Hill Top Equestrian Centre offers full livery packages which can be tailored to your requirements. Tamara can help school the horses, staff can exercise and lunge and we also have the horse walker.
We cater for all equines from competition horses that benefit from our excellent training facilities, to riding horses and rehab livery. All benefit from our quiet, peaceful yard with a sympathetic and caring horse friendly approach and atmosphere. We also have full grass livery for aged horses or stud and young stock and also offer holiday livery (both full and grass) if you need your horses to be looked after for your holiday period.
We can help with veterinary or farriery visits and when required, our staff are on hand to help assist you at no extra charge. Our aim is to make sure all of your requests are fulfilled.
Liveries are supervised and overseen by the proprietor and qualified, experienced staff and there is someone on site 24 hours with the added security of the CCTV in and around the yard, car park, tack room and stables.
2017 Livery Prices
|Type Of Livery||Day/Week Rate||PCM|
|Full livery (Pony)||£18 per day||£550|
|Full livery (Horse)||£20 per day||£606|
|Schooling livery (Pony)||£200 per week|
|Schooling livery (Horse)||£250 per week|
|Stud/Grass||£5 per day||£152|
|With feed and ab lib Hay||£50 per week||£215|
Additional Livery Services
|Competition prep (bath, plait, Stud holes, tack clean)||£25|
- Bedding (Pellets/wood chip)
- Key flow feeds
- Soaked hay/haylege
- Feet picking and leg hosing when necessary
- Rug changing
- Turn out and catching up
- Use of all facilities
- Paddock maintenance
- Mucking out and regular skipping out
- Vet and farrier care.
- Twice daily checks
- Separate turn out for mares and geldings
- Vet and farrier care
- The feeding of hay/hard feed as necessary (feed/hay not included unless in the winter package).
This can be tailored to each equines needs. It can be full box rest or with a restricted turn out on a full livery basis.
We can lunge or in hand work or grazing and either work to your own program or develop one with you while the horse recovers from illness or injury.
Insurance companies will often cover all or part of this cost when the vet recommends the horse should have use of the horse walker etc.
All livery is paid one month in advance and paid by standing order on the 1st of each month unless it is a visiting horse and that can be paid by BACS, card or cheque.