Paloma Equestrian Centre offers agistment for your horse. You can choose between a private or a shared paddock.  It is a very peaceful place for your beloved horse.

Horse agistment facilities include:

  • Private tack room
  • Indoor (with light) 60x20 meters
  • Outdoor arenas 80x40 meters
  • Race track 1400 meters
  • 2 round pens
  • Equine swimming pool
  • Big shower area
  • Weight scale
  • Direct access to the forest
  • 60 stables available - 9x3m or 4x4m (extra cost)
  • Qualified coach available for training in jumping and dressage.


Self-agistment PACKAGE $90/week/horse

  • Paddock with shelter + access to all our facilities + tack room
  • Rotation every month: 2 paddocks for 1 horse

Full agistment $230/week/horse

  • Food included
  • Paddock with shelter and steel fence + access to all our facilities + tack room
  • Rotation every month: 2 paddocks for 1 horse

Horse care $20/dayHorse training by our instructor $67 in group lesson or $85 in private lesson  " Book online"($10 refunded each lesson on your next agist invoice)Stables for night : $20 /night for agistees

Terms and conditions:
  • No stallion accepted

Agistment Enquire

Please contact us if you would like to find out more about our agistment solutions. Contact us by email at or using this online form.

    “I have been agisting at Paloma for almost 2 years. My horses are very special members of the family so it’s important they get good care if I’m not around.
    It a beautiful centre, very family orientated.
    I would recommend agistment here for anyone who really cares about how their horses are treated.”

    Lola Paddison

    “Paloma is a lovely estate with lots of facilities (that are free to use when agisting), and direct access to forest trails. Marie and Alain have been so accommodating and helpful from the start, and have a strong focus on animal welfare. The coaches are incredibly talented, and I love to watch and learn as they have gradually – and so very gently – trained and broken in my young rescue horse.
    There is always someone onsite or nearby to keep an eye on the horses too – which I find reassuring – and means one less thing to be concerned about while I’m away or at work.”