LIVERY

The farm, under the daily management of Christine Shubrook, offers a range of services for the competitive horse owner, especially those who due to other commitments are not able to tend to their horse on a regular basis. We are an ideal base for the enthusiastic BS amateur owner/rider. Our aim is to provide a service where you do not have to worry about the wellbeing of your horse. The care of the horses is based on the same formula that we have used for over 20 years for the production of our own competition horses.

We have also attained BHS Approval, being assessed as 'High Commend', as an independent assessment of the quality of our service.

This page describes our livery services. We have two levels of livery service Complete and Basic. Please call us if you have any questions or would like to visit to discuss your requirements.

Complete livery for the busy person with limited time

The complete livery service is fully comprehensive and provides everything your horse requires to keep it happy and in peak condition, ready for you to ride. The horses have a work program that allows for a variety of work and turn out to keep them fit but happy and relaxed.

The cost of this service includes many things that other 'full' livery services omit. Should your horse need any additional attention due to injury, e.g. cold hosing 6 times a day, hand walking, limited turn out, poulticing, we will see that it is done, there are no extra charges for effort required, to meet the full daily needs of your horse, on the yard. This might be sound too good to be true, but you are welcome to visit and talk with other owners about their experiences of keeping horses with us.

This service means that you truly don’t need to worry about your horse when you are busy with other things. We really do what we say we do!

Thundry offers the highest level of care and attention to detail to ensure that your horse is kept comfortable and in peak condition. Your horse will be well cared for. It won’t be left under rugged or out in the field when it is raining.

The number of horses is limited to 14 so that facilities and staff are not over stretched.

The horses have a high fibre diet and are fed 6 times a day:  7:30am,10:00, 12:30pm, 16:00pm, 17:30pm and then a late check and hayledge at between 21:30pm to 23:00pm. We will feed early if you are leaving for a show.

Thethat our staff work to give structure and ensures that every horse gets some 1-2-1 time and routine tasks are compleated each day.

We have contacts with a number of equine vets and equine practitioners to keep horses at peek performance.

We run a selective worming routine, and our last worm count was zero.

Horses on full livery have an individual weekly work programme which takes into account its needs and what work the owner is planning to do within the week. This ensures every horse has the correct amount of work and a variety. You can do as much or as little with your horse as you wish, we just need to know your plans.

Copyright Thundry Farm Livery & Training Centre 2009

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