Our all weather hill gallop gives our horses plenty of exercise and challenges them to build speed and endurance
Horses can acclimatise to racing alongside others across the length of the gallop
and do so at varying paces
before being cooled down on the walk back
Our turning circle allows horses to run the gallop multiple times as per their training plan
The bottom of the gallop is equipped with a water walkway for cooling tendons to reduce chance of injury
before heading back off to the stables
Our all weather circle gallop gives the horses balanced exercise at varying paces.
Our all weather arena can be used for training young or inexperienced horses
and for lunging
Horses can begin their schooling on cross polls and small jumps
before moving onto bigger things
They then graduate to our schooling field to train on grass
and moving onto practice hurdles.
and over fences
Meanwhile our flat horses are trained in starting stalls
We also have cold and warm water hoses to make sure horses are cooled off and groomed properly after exercise.
We also have options for stabling - including open stabling for improved ventilation if required.
We are close enough to the Dick Vet Equine Hospital in Edinburgh that they can visit the yard. Seen here is Charlotte overground scoping Gowanbuster to see how we can improve his recent lapse in performance.
Our horses at grass have plenty of grazing for their holidays
We also have plenty of experience raising and weaning youngstock
and plenty of grazing for them too.