Retired national hunt horse

“Park Farm is a very special yard with its easy and stress free environment, my old horse thrived with the retirement horses even though he had never lived out before he joined the herd. We sadly had to say good bye to him at the age of 32  but his last four years with Delyth were really calm and tranquil. I am still at the yard with my youngster and still get great support from the Mottershead family.”
          — Louisa Renshaw with Irish Sports Horse, Montraux (17.3hh)

“My exracehorse has not been the easiest at times but with the support from Delyth and Rowena our partnership is now growing and we are taking our first full season by storm. As my transport is limited its great we have visiting specialist instructors as they really help with our progression.”
— Rebecca Brooks with TB Charlie (16.1hh)

 “I came to Park Farm on recommendation from a friend as my confidence was rock bottom and my pony was very difficult. With support from Delyth and her team we are having regular lessons and even hacking out on our own! The best thing of all is that I attended my first dressage competition a few weeks ago and won a rosette and I feel none of this would be possible without Park Farm. My horse is also on full livery which is great as I always know he’s in safe hands.”
          — Janet Cottam with Welsh Cob Ed (14.2hh)

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3 months ago

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The girls have moved to their winter grazing.... a short walk but they thought it was a very exciting adventure 🦄 #irishfillies ... See MoreSee Less

9 months ago

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The official Park Farm “Loo Roll Challenge” video!

Thankyou everybody for your efforts! 💕

#supporttheNHS #stayhome
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Brilliant, love the ending.

Love this so much ❤

Great guys xx

Miss you all, hope you are all well xx

Great to see you all! x

Haha love it xx

Haha this is ace!!

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10 months ago

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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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