Fans of Scottish Olympic eventer Ian Stark now have the chance to visit the star’s very own yard.
Ian will demonstrate some of his horses and explain his training techniques to the public during the free two-hour visit.
There will also be a tour of his yard with a chance to learn about his stable management methods.
The opportunity comes as part of the latest series of Harry Hall’s yard visits, which take place at a variety of famous equestrians’ bases.
“At the Ian Stark Equestrian Centre here in Selkirk we are very much focused on helping riders to meet their potential and enjoy – safely – all the fun riding offers,” said Ian.
“Harry Hall is a brand every rider grows up with and it will be a great pleasure to meet fellow wearers of the brand, show them our facilities here, and share with them some of my methods and ideas as part of the Harry Hall yard visit programme.”
Other riders taking part include showing producer Jayne Ross and former Badminton eventer and regional under 18 eventing coach Simon Lawrance.
Simon’s yard visit takes place on 12 August at Barton on the Heath, Oxfordshire, Ian’s yard visit takes place on 22 September near Selkirk, and Jayne’s yard visit takes place on 1 October at her base near Holyport in Berkshire.
25 people will be invited to each visit. To apply for the free tickets, visit and like the Harry Hall Facebook page to find out how to submit your entry.
Harry Hall ran two yard visits earlier in the year (May), to dressage rider and trainer Matt Jenkins and showing rider Jenna Tyldesley, which were very popular with attendees.
“Harry Hall clothing is a stylish, safe, great-value brand that wants to help riders and owners maximise their enjoyment in horses,” said Harry Hall’s Lucy Higginson.
“Harry Hall yard visits help achieve this.”