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Over 30 years ago Lisa Ogilvie started her career, in her small family estate called Champfleurie, near Linlithgow.

The name is French for 'Flowering Fields' which dates back to the 15th Century given to the place by non other than Mary Queen of Scots who would often ride out to the area with her ladies while staying at the Palace.

It was here that Lisa's father built her a stable block and arena and this is where she started her riding school and livery yard. She also began teaching with daily private lessons, as well as teaching as the chief instructor of the Linlithgow & Stirlingshire Pony Club.

It wasn't long before the business started to outgrow her little stable, so Lisa purchased 30 acres of land 'The Brunton Farm, at Torphichen' which was a blank canvas of empty fields... ideal for her purposes as she could create a bespoke environment to look after and care for horses, as well as providing a centre of learning for the local riding community.

We're a family run business here at Champfleurie and we're passionate about providing you with the ultimate equestrian experience.


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