INDOOR SCHOOL FACILITIES FOR HIRE, GROUP BOOKINGS, INDIVIDUALS, EQUINE, CANINE, SPORTS ETC - PLEASE CALL LIZ ON 07787 931147
We are an established livery and competition venue offering excellent facilities, with excellent local hacking. We hold regular Show Jumping, Dressage and combined events for all types of rider. We can provide training for horse and rider and are happy to compete your horse if required. Our resident rider competes in Show Jumping, he has ridden for Andy Austin and currently training with local international Show Jumper Simon Crippin.
Our additional stable block, new indoor surface and horse walker enables us to take horses for schooling, full and competition livery, at competitive rates, DIY is also welcome.
Please contact Liz to discuss your requirements.
Client comments .....
Just a note to say thank you so much for the last year at Warehill. We have really enjoyed our time with you and will miss you all. Thank you for all your help, tuition and support. I have achieved more in the last 12 months than I have in the past 5 years, and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves in the process , I could not have asked for a more supportive yard. Best wishes Liz T, Charlie, Robbie & of course Hazel
Finding the right horse can be a big and sometimes complicated task. As a livery at Warehill Equestrian I decided to seek help from Liz Wallace, owner and trainer. With many years of training and competition experience Liz has an excellent eye for talent. In just 5 days I was found a beautiful horse that has totally exceeded my expectations. The support I have been given throughout has been exceptional, a professional yet honest and friendly service that I would highly recommend. Many thanks, Rachel C
A past example: The outstanding 6 year old Contenda B, purchased direct from Holland unbroken as a 4 year old. Now owned and ridden by International young rider Abbe Burchmore-Eames. This horse has been hugely successful jumping the young horse classes and just completed a tour in Spain concluding with Grand Prix. ** We wish Abbe continued success**