Livery Information - At Murton Equestrian centre we offer full or schooling livery only. We do not offer Part, DIY livery or grass livery. This will include
Hay or Haylage
Weighed according to the horse’s size and given morning between 8.30am and 9.30am and again in the evening between 5pm and 8pm.
Bedding over rubber matting
Straw or Wood Pellets mucked out daily before 12noon and skipped out around 4pm.
Any additional hard feed to mix/chaff must be bought yourself and kept in your own bin clearly labelled in our feed room. Additives can also be bought and labelled for staff to feed for you. Staff make feeds daily according to board.
Water provided by automatic drinking bowls cleaned weekly.
Turn out/Bring in daily Separate grazing for mares and geldings. During winter this is restricted to a winter paddock for a few hours on a separate grazing rota or on horse walker. (We ask that you do not turn horses out in indoor or outdoor school as they chew the gallery/arena fence.)
Change of rugs
Changing of rugs is very time consuming therefore we ask you to keep rug changing to a minimum to assist the staff.
Summer livery the same as above however hay will be cut down as grass appears. Horses can be left out overnight. Poo-picking daily. All paddock care conducted by MEC including rolling, harrowing, spraying and fence maintenance.
The quote above allows us to keep the costs as low as possible. Anyone requiring ad lib hay, exercising or lessons, horse held for vet/farrier will incur a cost to do so.Owners will be expected to muck out their own horses on all public bank holiday including Christmas Day. Any breakages must be paid for.
Livery charges for Full Livery Winter from September 2020 are:
Under 14.2hh £90 per week or £390 per calendar month
14.2hh to 15.3hh £95 per week or £412 per calendar month
16.hh to 17hh £100per week or £434 per calendar month
17.1hh plus £110 per week or £477 per calendar month
Prices are subject to change at any time due to costs beyond our control.
Schooling Livery £160 per week- Full livery including Schooling sessions 5 days a week.
Worm count every 3 months - £10
Wormer – price varies from £8
Exercise by Staff - £20 per session
Holding for vet or farrier £8
Tidying up after farrier £5
Full Livery on Weekend Summer (Part liveries) £10 per day
Full livery on Weekend Winter (Part liveries) £20 per day
Full livery on Bank holidays Summer £10
Full livery on Bank holidays Winter £20
3rd Net of Hay/Haylage per day £10 per week
Fines - All droppings left on the yard, drive, school etc. will incur a £8 fine to be paid at the end of the month. Wheelbarrows and tools left on the yard; jumps left in school will also incur a £8 fine.
Free access to indoor and outdoor arenas when they are not in use by the riding school lessons.
Full set of show jumps and portable xc fences.
Off Road Hacking and Bridleways for miles
Locked tack room providing small storage for tack and grooming kit.
Toilet, break room (with kettle/microwave/toaster) Electricity points,
Painting and disinfecting of stables annually
On site tack shop.
Small Friendly competitions
On site instructors for lessons
All Horses must have a negative strangles test before entering the yard, they must be worm counted on entry to yard and are not allowed to be turned out until they are worm free.
A Bi-annual tetanus booster is also required, and a Flu vaccination advised.
Horses must also have a clear worm count before they can be turned out and will be kept in isolation for the first 2 weeks at the centre
Isolation usually only involves a single horse however if more than one horse is being moved at the same time, the group can be tested and isolated together.
- Isolation should be in a separate airspace from other horses and at least 10m away from other stables
- Isolation may be a field so long as no nose to nose contact is possible with other horses
- All equipment, buckets, tack grooming equipment etc. must only be used on the isolated horses
- Bacteria can be spread on owners’ clothing and hands etc. Limit access to a minimum number of people needed to look after any horses in isolation.
- Protective clothing and disinfectant should be provided and used after handling horses in isolation.
- Ideally do theses horses last after non isolated horses. Ideally the isolation facility should be located in a position which means it can be accessed without passing any other horses and exited the same way.
- Clear signage should be displayed to indicate horses in isolation