Livery

We carefully tailor livery packages to meet the needs of our clients, however here is a general guide to the care we can provide:

Full Livery –

Part Livery –

Holiday Livery –

Competition Livery –

Breaking/ Schooling Livery –

Included in all of our livery packages, we welcome the use of our excellent facilities at Ardnacashel:

Use of Monarch lunging pen
Use of Monarch covered six horse walker
Trailer parking
Onsite coaching and competitions
All weather turnout paddocks in winter
Paired grazing paddocks

Our full livery is a comprehensive service including:

Stabling
Haylage fed three times daily – morning, lunch and dinner
Mucking out -Shavings beds, includes 1 bale a week, however more can be purchased.
Daily turn out & brought in (weather dependant)
Changing of rugs
Grooming
Put on and taken off the walker each morning if required.
Arranging & holding for vet/farrier

Our part livery includes:

Stabling
Feeding of daily feeds (hard feed supplied by owner)
Haylage three times daily – Breakfast, lunch and dinner
Use of walker/ lunge pen
Shavings are available for part liveries on a Monday and Friday.
*We offer a very flexible daily service to our part liveries, therefore any extras can be added simply by sending a message to the livery facebook page. 

*additional charges apply

Our Competition & Holiday livery packages may include any of the options from Full and Part livery.

Our team have extensive experience in dressage, show jumping and professional production for showing & working hunter. We currently have horses from both north and south of Ireland in residence, competing at RDS Performance qualifiers.

We specialise in breaking and producing horses correctly for competition and can provide many references from happy customers who have enjoyed great success at all levels, with Ardnacashel graduates.

We take great pride in our success in training horses to load calmly onto both trailers and horseboxes (lorries). Videos and references always available.
We are also happy to welcome injured horses, and can provide a specific rehabilitation programme, with onsite veterinary care and assistance available.