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Due to unforeseen circumstances our wonderful yard host can no longer stable Kingsley at their property so we need to move him by the end of March the latest.
Therefore, the search is on for a place for him and possibly for another 1-2 horses in near future.
Facilities needed: good hacking with some quiet roads for roadwork, all-weather surface arena, all-year turn out
Kingsley ideally needs flexible, all year round turnout with no access to grass during the day. A woodchip paddock (or one that could be covered with woodchip or pea gravel) would be ideal. He is fantastic with small horses/ponies so if someone needs their pony to be out but not on grass, Kingsley would make a great companion.
The stabling could be part of a larger yard or small livery yard where Kingsley could be kept on an assisted DIY/part livery basis. Individual & flexible attention to each horse’s needs a must so a yard with strict and same routine as far as feed stuffs, turnout etc for all would not be suitable.
Stabling as above but I would also welcome a business opportunity with a passionate, quality training & customer service focused yard owner/manager who would want to be involved in development of Aspire Academy’s coaching programmes (www.aspire-equestrian.com). This could be either as a facility and/or horse provider (share/loan agreements with Academy clients) and/or as a fully involved instructor/trainer/coach. Locations within 45-60 minutes drive from North West London other than mentioned above can be considered for this option.
A private yard with above facilities where owner(s) are keen to train on progressive, challenging programmes. I would be happy to offer the Academy training to the owner(s) (adults and children welcome) and/or school their horses/ponies in return for agreed livery terms (written contract would be required).
Thank you in advance for sharing this and I am open to suggestions and ideas you might have.
Further information: ridinginstructor at gmail dot com
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