The ethos for livery clients is pretty simple since we will look after your horse just as we do our own. All the stables are within a large barn, are built by Monarch and completed with rubber matting and automatic drinkers. We’re super keen that each client can thrive both personally and competitively by stabling with us.

Livery clients benefit from free use of the facilities, turn out (weather permitting) year round, as well as top care in our yard managed by a BHS and UKCC trained team. The real benefit is being part of a yard where learning and professionalism along with the joy of riding all work hand in glove.

* All turnout is weather and ground permitting
* Weekly lesson and training plans are not transferable from one week to the next

Full, training and competition livery is available. Our livery packages are shown below. However, we regret that there is no availability for DIY or part DIY livery.  Please call Elizabeth or Alex to discuss your requirements.



FULL
LIVERY
PLUS

  • Straw box, hay, feed plus all stable duties for your horse
  • Tack cleaning
  • Use of turnout/walker
  • Late night check
  • Farriery, dentistry, flu, physio, saddle check schedule managed
  • Lessons with the team or individual schooling sessions discounted to £25 each









£172 per week

FULL
LIVERY
PLUS

  • Shavings, choice of hay or haylage, feed, all stable duties for your horse
  • Tack cleaning
  • Use of turnout/walker
  • Late night check
  • Farriery, dentistry, flu, physio, saddle check schedule managed
  • Lessons with the team or individual schooling sessions discounted to £25 each
  • Hacking or lungeing by a member of the team up to four times per week




£189 per week

COMPETITION
TRAINING
LIVERY

  • Shavings, choice of hay or haylage, feed, all stable duties for your horse
  • Tack cleaning
  • Use of turnout/walker
  • Late night check
  • Farriery, dentistry, flu, physio, saddle check schedule managed
  • Lessons with the team discounted to £25 each
  • Hacking/lungeing by a member of the team
  • Plaiting, show preparation
  • Schooling by a Collective Equestrian rider up to 4 times a week supervised by Alex or Liza


£207 per week

FULL COMPETITION
TRAINING
LIVERY

  • Shavings, choice of hay or haylage, feed, all stable duties for your horse
  • Tack cleaning
  • Use of turnout/walker
  • Late night check
  • Farriery, dentistry, flu, physio, saddle check schedule managed
  • Lessons with the team discounted to £25 each
  • Hacking/lungeing by a member of the team
  • Plaiting, show preparation
  • Schooling by Alex or Liza up to 4 times a week



£232 per week

COMPETITION
TRAINING LIVERY PLUS

  • Shavings, choice of hay or haylage, feed, all stable duties for your horse
  • Tack cleaning
  • Use of turnout/walker
  • Late night check
  • Farriery, dentistry, flu, physio, saddle check schedule managed
  • Plaiting, show preparation
  • Hacking/lungeing by a member of the team
  • Schooling by Alex or Liza up to 4 times a week
  • Up to two lessons a week with Alex or Liza included
  • Extra lessons with the team discounted to £25 each

£242 per week



COLLECTIVE EXTRAS

Late night checks

This is something we do every night. No, not most nights, every night. Particular attention needs paying if the horses have been travelling or even if it’s been a busy day on the yard. This is also a good chance to check that horses have the correct amount of rugs on and look settled.

Three on, one off

A lot of thought has to go into each horses work routine. Of course, it depends on the horse. But, we’ve found that most seem to thrive on the 3 on 1 off rule. So, the first day might be spent hacking with very light schooling followed by two more days of schooling. This is followed by a day at rest before beginning another three day’s work. Certainly, horses do not have a physical capacity to be schooled every day and their bodies need rest and lighter work built into the routine to complement their schooling.

Let's do everything you want to do

No really, when it comes down to training it doesn’t come down to saying what we think you want to hear. Sometimes, we find that learning actually involves changing what the rider wants. This is often the hardest thing for riders to get to grips with but certainly in the longer term it gets the best results.



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