Natural, Track and Barefoot Friendly Livery Yards are all welcome on this page.
Small private yard owner on site ,two stables available concrete fenced yard for each stable . Track system , round pen , new 60 x20 arena grazing. One retired pony on site . DIY . Contact owner for further details.... No shoes suit natural thinkers.. mature reliable persons wanted.
10 acres of natural unformed meadow land and 5 acres of woodland.
We bought the farm last year. Don't really know what to do with it as it's uneven and wet in places but is natural and has trees and natural shelter around the boundaries. We also have a river along one of its borders.
So far this year we have only had two ponies graze on it intermittently so lots of grass. We have a natural tree lined track that leads to it from a concrete yard . No proper stabling as yet but if there is interest then we could turn a large shippon into stables etc.
Ideal for horses or donkeys.
A DIY grass track livery system for barefoot horses encouraging natural movement all year round. Access to shelters, hard standing, water and hay feeders. Liveries share in daily poo picking and hay distribution. Rotas can be agreed. Middle sections used as standing hay Oct - March, weather dependent when ground conditions close track.
A beautiful setting to enjoy watching your equestrian soul mate interacting with the herd. Located on the East Leicestershire/Rutland border.
Diy, assisted, full and retirement retirement Livery available.
Fully flexible packages to suit you and your horse. Small friendly yard with eight stables, a school, and ample turnout. Riding straight onto Welshmoor common and linking to Cefn Bryn via the Gower way bridlepath. Both barefoot and shod horses welcome.
We are an Equicentral, welfare-focussed livery yard on the edge of the Peak District in Greater Manchester. We offer group housing (in herds) over our 50+ acres of biodiverse and native 'safe' pasture, expansive hard standing areas and tracks for mud-free winter turnout, run in barns, native edible hedges, access to ad lib meadow hay all year round and grazing whenever weather permits.
We believe in giving our horses freedom and choice in order to facilitate natural behaviour and minimise the stress caused by domestication wherever possible.
Tel: 07768 182 572 (Lesley)
07703 555 314 (Jen)
Restricted grass / Paddock Paradise livery - East Peckham. A rare place available for a barefoot pony - This livery would suit a pony that needs restricted grazing due to weight control, grass sensitive or for an older pony needing movement. . Ad lib hay, 2 low sugar feeds a day, would live in a small mixed herd, out 24/7 always with access to shelter, surfaced track, very little mud in the winter. Relaxed, quiet yard off a quiet country lane, Toll rides on our doorstep, grass schooling area.
We have created a horse track environment allowing our barefoot horses to live out together as a herd 365 days per year. Constant access to hay and limited grass grazing helps to maintain the condition of their barefoot hooves and reduce risk of laminitis, while continuous freedom of movement and contact with other horses mimics the natural horse environment and reduces stress and behavioural problems for the horse. Based on the research carried out on wild mustang herds by Jaime Jackson detailed in his book Paddock Paradise
We have availability for two full supportive liveries, can live out on a track system 24/7 with access to a field in addition all year round, also tailor made livery considered. Prices from £100pw
Please contact me for further info
I offer only one pony laminitis rehab space at a time on my home track to make sure I can offer the very best care. I find rehabbing laminitis cases extremely rewarding ever since I went along the whole laminitis journey with one of my own horses. He is now 27 and sounder than ever - there is always hope!
My main philosophy is to reduce pain as quickly as possible through using pads and boots, to give access to analysed soaked hay and a laminitis friendly diet (including supplements to support liver to get rid of toxins, nutrients to encourage hoof regeneration), going barefoot if not already, to encourage gradual weight loss and to check any underlying hormonal or other reasons behind the laminitis (Cushings, EMS).
I also think it is important to allow the laminitic to have equine companionship (my cutest and friendliest icelandic pony!) and a simulating and interesting and most importantly comfortable and grass free environment.
I am a qualified Equine Touch practitioner so will assist the body in recovery and I work closely with a barefoot friendly vet and a wonderful trimmer who has a lot of experience with laminitis. If you are interested and would like to know more, do get in touch with me.
6 Unique opportunities available for part livery in a newly developed specialist barefoot dedicated facility
Run by Sally Bell DEP, Member of the EPAUK, and also a BHSAI, this is one of the only specialist barefoot yards in the UK run by an Equine Podiatrist
Horse's also taken for Hoof Rehabilitation. We can provide totally flexible management systems depending on horses needs - A surfaced track can be mixed with an Equicentral type system, along with grass/dirt tracks, and we can also strip graze or provide full turnout
Stable and Yard facilities and a common room are all available freely for use, along with a 25m x 45m fibresand floodlit arena
Great accessibility just 3 miles from the main A38, 9 miles south of Bristol, with stunning hacking - quiet country lanes and bridlepaths, hills and fastwork, with amazing riding on the Mendip hills less than 4 hack-able miles away!
Part Livery includes daily basic care, hay, feed with a bespoke forage balancer and regular trimming, all included at £95 per week
Rehabilitation livery also includes appropriate work, use of boots/pads, and basic topical treatments included, at £180 per week - please ring or email to discuss specific details and to talk through your horse's situation
Barefoot friendly yard, DIY and livery spaces available for the right people.
I just like people on my yard to be interested in the welfare of their horse from the inside out, I have spent many years practicing good horsemanship from some amazing horsemen and consequently it has become a way of being and communication with the herd on the ground and in the saddle.
I hold various clinics with visiting instructors from foundation training to a straight well balanced horse ready to enjoy your chosen discipline.AllHorses are. Barefoot - I have a podiatrist who attends the yard weekly
All year turn out 24/7 in summer
Indoor school, brand new outdoor arena, fields to ride in, horse shower, night checks as I live on site, lots of friendly advice and help always available.
Equi central yard with 2 12x24 bedded shelters in a 30x40 corral , two paddocks and a track around the outside . All bare foot (apart from one with fronts on) good browsing and no rich cattle grazing. On site self selection available . I am offering two places for either full grass or retirement livery . Over 30 years of experience. Secure fencing, checks twice a day , rain water drinking troughs (and tap for back up if needed ) . Please call for more info. Thanks
We are a small Barefoot friendly livery yard and would like to welcome like minded people to join our mixed herd. The horses live out 24/7 with free access to barns, under cover yard, hard standing areas, woodland and over 25 acres of ideal non-rye grass grazing. Plenty of enrichment and medicinal plants and shrubs to self-select.
RETIREMENT /NON-RIDDEN LIVERY ONLY
Willhayes Arabians has two full livery spaces available for 2017. On site qualified trimmer trained with UKNHCP to assist with transitioning your horse from shod to barefoot if required.
We are a small, barefoot, friendly yard. We would like to welcome like minded people, who want to keep their horse(s) as naturally as possible.
DIY Livery - Bare/Grass track in Summer with 24/7 turnout and stabled overnight in winter in large brick built stable with daily turnout on track or grazing in field in small herd. We can't surface all the tracks as we are in an AONB, but we're doing bits by stealth! Also have a hybrid Equicentral system.
I also train using +R and ride both my boys bitless. Find us on FB, message, or call me on 07919 854854
A barefoot only livery yard based on a 450 acre farm . Offering part and full livery . Mixed herd on our track and then in our winter communal barns and outside hardcore yard . Hay supplied ad lib all year and all bedding also included in the pricing . Friendly group of liveries who care for their horses well being .
Barefoot and natural horsemanship grass livery to share with like minded. Part or full livery. Beach and other good hacking close by.
Enriched yard for barefoot only- tracked system in summer, paddock turnout in winter in a mixed herd of happy relaxed horses. Hay fed out all year on a custom built hardstanding, herb bar, salt, hedgerow foraging and many enrichments.Floodlit school, tieup area, tack room, tea room, trailer parking,direct access to miles of off road hacking. Worm counts, hay, chaff included in package, horses checked throughout the day. Trimmer with over a decade of experience visits every 6 weeks.
Located between St Agnes & Perranporth, ( north cornish coast) small yard, max 6 horses, track system on 12 acre hill field (further 12 acres for winter grazing) 20 min. Ride to beach! All barefoot. New stables with own/individual tack storage, feed bins & storage areas, although all horses can live out 24/7. Field shelter, schooling field etc.
At the Horse Haven we offer natural herd living on a full livery basis for horses young and old at our beautiful holding in the idyllic Aeron Valley in rural mid-west Wales.
Passionate about what we do - Our aim was to provide the very best in natural horse care for our own barefoot horses and we are lucky enough to be able to share our Haven with a select few other horses.
We run a part track / Equicentral system to ensure the horses can safely experience the three core needs of all horses - Friends, Forage and Freedom in a relaxed purpose built environment.
In addition we can provide life skills training for very young horses or rescues and pre-backing or backing & riding away for the more mature youngster. We also offer reschooling, rehab or retirement livery options to suit the needs of your older horse.That's us then Debs, thanks for getting in touch.
Track Livery on 6 acres. Grazing fields used in winter for a few hours every day. Old land grass, no chemicals. Field shelter and shelter with access to sand school (for sunbathing)! Constant access to hay in various locations. Use of outdoor school and stable available - for emergency only. Small friendly yard. £200 pcm.
My mission is to create a livery yard for like minded people where their horses are free to express their natural behaviour, and is a place of retreat where people challenge themselves to build on their relationships with their horses and offer encouragement, guidance and support between one another.
Currently full, waiting list available!We are between Painswick Glos GL6 7QS ( A46) and Slad Road (B4070) we have 9 barefoot horses in a herd here on 17 acre track system, 24hr 365 turn out, shelter/shade from tree triangles, and interconnecting free open stables. Natural worming every month, salt lick available. In hand schooling area, field school. FAB off road riding (Bridle path at entrance to yard)
Phone: 07974 038 510