- LIVERY SERVICES -

Unfortunately due to increase in prices of growing grass and straw over the last couple of years, and especially after the very dry summer straw and hay will be hard to come by. It is therefore extra important that none is wasted. A surcharge will be added to anyone felt wasting/overfeeding hay and being extravagant with straw.

PART LIVERY PLUS

Stable, straw, hay, water buckets, muck out, turnout/bring in, feed, bed down and rugs change.

 

£85.00 per week

PART LIVERY

NORMAL

Stable, straw, hay, auto water, muck out, turnout/bring in, feed, bed down.

 

£65.00 per week

WEEKDAY PART LIVERY  WEEKEND DIY

Stable, straw, hay, auto water, muck out/turnout/bring in, bed down and feed Mon-Fri.  DIY Sat and Sun.

 

£55.00 per week

DIY LIVERY

Stable, straw, hay, auto water. Note:  there will be a hay surcharge if any hay/straw is being overfed and getting wasted.

£33.00 per week

GRASS LIVERY 

Field, auto water, daily check.

SUMMER ONLY

£25.00 per week

MIX & MATCH

Any choice of package tailored to your specific needs.

 

See Di to discuss further

Wheat Field

EXTRAS

Odd nights in (especially for grass liveries) £5 per night.

Ad hoc feeding for grass liveries

£1.50 per feed.

Feeding for DIY liveries £1 if haynet/feed ready or £1.50 if need to fill.

Rug change/turnout/bring in £1.50 per time and per change.

Ad hoc full days for DIY liveries £7 per day. At least 7 days notice is required for ad hoc full days, unless due to adverse weather, illness etc.

Use of outdoor/indoor school - FOC for livery owners (except £5 every 4 weeks contribution to upkeep).

Qualified instructors welcome by prior arrangement. This is going to be more closely monitored.

Indoor School - any friends or non “residents” welcome starting from £15 per hour for 1 horse up to £20 per hour with lights.

Show jumps in summer £15 per hour for “non residents”.

Horsewalker £5 per horse per session.

Use of Cross Country Course - FOC but priority given to those actually hiring it.

ANY QUERIES REGARDING THE EXTRAS PLEASE SEE DI IN FIRST INSTANCE

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