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Services and Livery at Stockley Farm

Stockley Farm is a professional competition training and livery yard run by event rider Helen Martin (nee Cole), it is situated at the foot of the Marlborough Downs in Wiltshire. Once a dairy farm it has now been transformed into a successful equestrian establishment with excellent facilities either to be enjoyed by the leisure rider or a fantastic base to train competition horses and riders to the highest level.

Helen is based at Stockley Farm. The excellent training facilities at Stockley Farm include:

  • 60 x 30 Martin Collins waxed pro track arena with flood lights and mirrors
  • 40 x 20 Martin Collins waxed eco track arena
  • International Dressage Arena set up on grass
  • Set of British Showjumping Standard Show Jumps
  • New X-Country Schooling Fences designed by Eric Winter FEI International Level Designer and built by Dominic Moore of Jump 1. (including two water fences, a selection of ditches and banks and a variety of other fences)
  • 5 Horse covered Horse Walker
  • Lunge/Loose School Pen
  • All weather turn out pens for use during wet weather or rehabilitation.
  • Extensive grass turn out paddocks weather permitting

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Competition Livery

Having competed at 4* level and produced many young horses, Helen is always keen to take on competition horses to compete for owners. Helen treats every horse as an individual giving all the necessary time and patience. Many of the horses Helen competes she has produced from young horses or novice level but she is happy to take on horses of any age or ability. Please contact Helen to discuss rates and your requirements.

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Full Livery

We are able to provide tailor made packages which includes full care of your horse. This includes mucking out, turning out, straw bedding, hay or hay ledge, exercise, grooming and day to day care of your horse.

School and University Livery

We are able to provide tailor made packages which include full care of your child’s horse/pony whilst they are at school or university. This enables your son or daughter to continue to develop their riding whilst at studying. Helen Martin (nee Cole) is a BHSI, BE Accredited Coach , former BHS Young Instructor of the year in 2006, an International Event Rider as well as being a former pupil at St Mary’s Calne.  Helen and her team are able to offer a friendly, yet professional environment at Stockley Farm, we can put together tailor made training and competition packages so that we cater for both the leisure rider as well as the aspiring competition rider so that we can help each individual child achieve their goals and ambitions.

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Sales Livery

If you are looking to sell your horse we can provide a professional tailor made service. We will place and word the adverts and take phone calls to arrange the viewings. We will then professionally present your horse to prospective clients.

Schooling Livery

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