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Services

We are a small yard specialising in the re-training and rehabilitation of horses who can no longer work or who are not performing to their known level especially if they have been diagnosed with Kissing Spines (See Big C case study). All stables contain fresh buckets of water daily so it is possible to see how much a horse is drinking, fresh hay, specialist total ration feed (mixed concentrate and forage) and a specialist herbal supplement. All horses are bedded on fresh straw as they like to eat this too. We have an indoor (25m x 16m) and outdoor arena (45m x 25m) and plenty of hacking out, mostly on private ground, for variety. The stables are on a busy farm so horses get used to all sorts of noises and traffic of various sorts as well as sheep, goats and cattle. We deliberately do not keep strict routines as we believe it is good for horses not to get into strict routines and as a result we also regularly move horses around in the stables. Our stables vary in size from 5m x 3.5m to 4m x 3m but all are well lit and ventilated and face inwards towards the yard so all horses can see each other. We have a large washroom with warm water, tack room, feed room and small paddocks for turnout close to the stables.

Please find below a list of the services we provide:

Samsara Equitation Equine Rehab Centre - nr. Whitney-on-Wye, HerefordSamsara Equitation Equine Rehab Centre - nr. Whitney-on-Wye, Hereford

 

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