5* Livery based in Royal Wootton Bassett in Wiltshire
Caron offers clients bespoke livery services, from part livery to a livery which can be tweaked to meet your individual needs. You can also upgrade your livery if required; for example if you are going on holiday or if you need us to step in and do the odd exercise. All the horses and owners are catered for on a individual basis and we run a friendly but tight ship. The horses at Lanes Farm thrive as they are kept in a routine with plenty of hay, regular exercise and turn out.
Our livery starts at £125 per week for Part Livery through to £220 per week for Breaking & Rehabilitation Livery.
Our aim is very simple and very clear - we are here to offer a service to you and your horse and it is our every intention to get it right .We are approachable and conscientious and never take our clients for granted.
See the options below to see which one best fits your needs. If you need a different type of livery, then just call:
Basic / Part Livery We look after your horse 7 days per week, 365 days per year, which means that all you need to worry about is when you want to ride.
Full Livery As for part livery except we will exercise your horse for you, a lot of our owners use this livery as an upgrade when going on holiday
Schooling Livery Horses normally go on this type of livery when they need help with certain areas of schooling. This involves a more intensive programme to help you achieve your own personal goals, whether that is for pure enjoyment or for improving those scores. We care for your horses 7 days a week
Rehabilitation Livery This type of livery is normally used when a horse is coming back from an injury, so the programme varies and needs great communication with your self and the vet. Along with a great understanding of different types of aliments and how best to work through them.
Breaking Livery We recommend this is carried out in the spring/summer when the weather is on our side. We have all the facilities to hand at Lanes farm to ensure the breaking is done correctly as this stage is vital for the future of your horse.