Newspaper article The Journal (Newcastle, England)

Service That Is Riding High; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE

Newspaper article The Journal (Newcastle, England)

Service That Is Riding High; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE

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THE North East has a great many livery yards, with different levels of service to cater for the horse owner's various needs.

At High Plains near Riding Mill, each of its 25 Monarch stables are spacious, well ventilated and light. Its liveries enjoy year-round turn out, along with a variety of livery options which can be tailor made to suit your budget.

The facilities include the very popular Woodland Ride, a cross country schooling field and the 60x40m arena which is floodlit for the darker months.

Yard Manager Julie Howard said: "We have a very diverse client base including riders competing at affiliated level, through to families who may have a horse for each generation of the family. We have also had riders who may have ridden as a child and then after a break are venturing into horse ownership as an adult. High Plains is an ideal place for such owners because we have all the facilities they would need to enjoy their horse and progress, as well as help available with the care of the horse or indeed lessons,.

Little extras like our stables kitchen with a TV to watch back video lessons over a cuppa, and the shower & changing room add to the comfort and convenience of our customers.

High Plains also runs unaffiliated competitions in show jumping and dressage which means riders can compete on their doorstep which is ideal for those who do not have transport.For more information visit www.high-plains.co.uk or contact Julie Howard on tel: (01434) 682980 or 07855 440 757 to arrange a viewing.

At Holmside Hall DIY livery, you can benefit from a range of service at unbeatable value. From happy hacker to eventer, Holmside Hall Equestrian provides more for your money.

One of the few BHS approved yards in this area, the business provides DIY Liveries extremely competitive prices for its stables, haylage and straw. …

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