retired horse harveyWith equines living longer and our lives growing ever busier we understand the strain of owning older equines can add to your life, as they still require the same amount of care and commitment as a ridden horse.

Our equine retirement package takes the worry out of owning an older horse by giving you the peace of mind that they are being cared for properly on a daily basis by people who really care.

It is inevitable that with older horses the day will come that they will need to go to the ‘big ranch in the sky’ and as part of our commitment to you we can arrange this all for you making it as stress free for both your equine and you.

Retirement Image 1What the retirement package covers:

Our retirement horses live out 24/7, all year round (with appropriate rugs if required). We have found that this is the best way to keep them happy and healthy all year round. However should they require a stable for any reason one will be provided but we do try and get them back to their herd as soon as possible to reduce stress.

All our retirement paddocks are a minimum of 10 acres with plenty of natural shelter. All horses are individually checked daily and fed accordingly.

As well as the above your livery charge will cover wormers, feet trimming and hay. We will also send you a monthly report and photographs should you not be able to visit your equine.

All dental and veterinary bills are at the owners cost. We would contact you immediately should any medical care be required.

We will also deal with all end of life care should this be required. As animal lovers we know how hard these decisions can be so we will support you with as much or as little assistance as required. An agreed plan will be discussed as part of your livery contract on your arrival.

Residents image 3We cater for all horses from all different back grounds, our current residents consist of a retired national hunt champion, international show jumper, old hunters, beloved first ponies and a few hairy riding horses. Out of all the horses on the yard these are by far the happiest and the easiest to deal with.

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3 months ago

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9 months ago

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The official Park Farm “Loo Roll Challenge” video!

Thankyou everybody for your efforts! 💕

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Brilliant, love the ending.

Love this so much ❤

Great guys xx

Miss you all, hope you are all well xx

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10 months ago

Park Farm Liveries

Morning everyone, just a note to remind you that i am asking YOU all to take responsibility for YOUR own safety with regards to this virus.
So ideally wear gloves when at the yard try only to use your own equipment and wipe down areas like the kettle and fridge.
Also washing your hands is great but you may need to bring your own towels if your concerned.
May i also ask you not to bring any extra people to the yard such as family and friends as this will just increase the risk for us all and is not necessary at this time.
as hard as it is we do need to talk to each other but try to keep that distance apart.
we are all in this together so lets think of ourselves and others please.
Any problems as always let me know
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