Livery and Loan
Bishop Burton Equine Centre has 110 stables across three yards.
Stabling solutions include the traditional stone built loose boxes on Main Yard to Beverley Yard’s wooden stables and York Yard’s American Barn system.
Students are able to bring their own horse to College on a DIY basis. This is subject to availability, so book early as demand is great.
There are a whole host of benefits to our DIY livery, including a free lesson with a qualified instructor once every two weeks.
Wanting your horse to join us in September 2021? Livery agreements and prices are currently under review and will be published here.
LIVERY OWNERS HAVE ACCESS TO THE EQUINE CENTRE'S FACILITIES WHEN NOT PRE-BOOKED.
This includes the horse walker, 6km hacking track surrounding Bishop Burton’s farm, indoor and outdoor arenas and Equine Therapy and Rehabilitation Centre.
DIY LIVERY PACKAGES INCLUDE ACCESS TO INDIVIDUAL TURN OUT AREAS.
Which is available via an agreed rota basis which will be discussed at your livery induction. We strive to offer turnout thoughout the year, however may be restricted should conditions be to wet.
EQUINE VETS ARE PRESENT ON-SITE WEEKLY.
Any veterinary consultations within the on-site visit are not subject to a call out fee. However, any treatment required or out of hourse services will be billed directly to the client by the vet.
Horses suitable for working as part of the college teaching sessions may be taken on a working livery basis.
This service allows a student to keep their horse at Bishop Burton College for use by the Equine Centre during the term for all educational and teaching purposes for a maximum of three hours per day. The student is able to ride their own horse when not being used for teaching purposes – this is usually at weekends.
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Bishop Burton College, Centre of Vocational Excellence for Equine, has vacancies for horses that are:
- 14.2 hh or over
- Six years or over
- Good temperament
Horses needed for both novice and advanced riders.
We offer your horse 24-hour care and attention, ensuring they have a varied work programme and are used in first-class equestrian facilities.
To make further enquiries, please call 01964 553087 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.