About Bow House
Bow House Farm got its name from the Ox-bow lake that once flowed through one of the fields. The Bishops Castle to Craven Arms railway used to run through the property until it was closed in 1936.
Mr. and Mrs. Meddins purchased Bow House in 1963, originally forming part of the Plowden Estate. It was farmed along with Totterton and Home Farms and grew corn and reared livestock.
In August 1986 Mr. & Mrs. Meddins and their daughter Caroline moved here from Totterton and set up the riding stables.
In 2004 Caroline married J.P. and together they manage the equestrian business. Caroline & J.P. live onsite next door to Mr. & Mrs. Meddins, who take a keen interest in the horses and keep an eye on the place when J.P. and Caroline are away competing.
CAROLINE:- BHSAI reg. First Aid at Work. Diploma in Sports Psychology. Health and Safety Certificate. UKCC LEVEL 2. competed sussesfully at Eventing, show jumping and dressage.
J.P:- BHSAI reg. First Aid at Work, Diploma in Sports Psychology, Health and Safety Certificate. UKCC LEVEL 2, HGV, International Show jumper and Event rider. Competed at both Badminton and Burghley 4 star events. Dressage won at Advanced Medium.
GROOMS: Laura Hudson. BHS Stage 4. Show Jumped to 1.40m.
Both J.P. and Caroline have many years teaching experience, from the novice rider to advanced eventers and show jumpers.
We hold regular show jumping, arena cross country competitions, jumping clinics and adult camps here at Bow House, see dates on the Diary Dates page.