The Equestrian Center

The Equestrian Center is built in line with the philosophy of the old English stables and with modern measures to promote the welfare of horses.

The stable is made up of 17 ventilated in summer and warm in winter boxes that offer an ideal and comfortable shelter.

The stable is home to a stable clubhouse consisting of changing rooms, services, professional kitchen and large recreation room with a typical 18th century fireplace. On the second floor there are the lodgings of the service personnel residing on site.

The external structures of the Equestrian Center consist of a field, a covered riding school (20 x 40), a 4-seater carousel, numerous large and shaded paddocks, 2 paddocks with external sheds that allow horses to remain outdoors.


The Center can accommodate horses of all ages and health conditions, the staff offers dome of young horses, training of sport horses and retirement of horses at the end of their career.

The Villa Fava equestrian center employs the professionalism of two federal instructors (Maria Luise of second level and Massimiliano Musatti of third level) and of a veterinarian residing in the structure (Dr. Gabriele Delli Veneri). They collaborate in the welfare of the hosted horses, in their training and preparation in the three Olympic disciplines (dressage, show jumping and complete).


Pictures of the equestrian center and horses