Part/Full Livery

Fullers Hill Farm is set within 50 acres of flat and good quality grassland, providing a safe and secure livery for horses and ponies.   Each have their own individual field of at least 2 acres with excellent post and rail or electric fencing, hedge and or tree cover and plumbed water troughs. Each horse and pony will have a companion close by.

We would like to think that we can offer good facilities including an indoor school, horse walker, competition arenas, wash box and modern stabling as well as services carried out by experienced handlers as set out below.

Part/Full Livery Price £514. per calendar month due on the 1st of the month in advance by Standing Order (10% discount for ponies) to include:

7 day full care to include:

Turn out/Catch in and all rugs/boots if applicable

Own field allocated next to others

Attend to feet/wash off mud

Muck out on dust free bedding (at least 2 bales per week Winter)

Finish horse for night

Summertime care

2 x feeds per day (basic nuts and fibergy)

High quality Haylage or Hay (fed as required)

On and off Horsewalker

Attend routine farrier, vet

Use of the Indoor and Middle Outdoor School

Members rate for Course Hire and Dressage Arena bookings

Additonal charges: Supplements/special diets/non routine equine visits/full grooming/tack cleaning/ridden exercise.


Please email amershamlivery@hotmail.co.uk for further details

Farm Managing Director - Deborah Sanders 07711 199 166

Farm Manager - David Martin

Show Director - Philippa Dimmock

Regular trainers visiting - Philippa Dimmock, Clare Yetton, Demelza Hawes

Yard Veterinary Surgery - Farr Pursey, Tring

Yard Farrier - Joseph Terry, Chesham

Yard Physiotherapist - Anna Johnson, Thame

Yard Dentist - Grant Chantler, Thame



All terms and conditions of this livery service may be varied by 4 weeks written notice to the horse owner

OPENING HOURS 7:00am to 9:00pm daily

Entry outside these hours by prior arrangement

At least THIRD PARTY insurance cover is required for ALL horses kept at the farm.

The farm's staff reserve the right to call out a horse owner's chosen vet in the unfortunate event of their horse becoming ill or injured, should the horse owner not be available. However, every effort will be made to contact an owner in respect of any charges made on their behalf. Horses kept at the farm must have an up to date vaccination card and passport ID page, photocopies will be required before a new horse enters the farm.

All requests for services must be written in the diary. Horse owners going away or on holiday must provide prior notice to the yard manager.

Horse owners must provide access to the proprietor's employees to carry out any works to the farm, following reasonable notice.

Persons invited/employed by horse owners must be accompanied if they are newcomers or if they are unfamiliar with horses at all times. Horse owners are obliged to take responsibility for their visitor's actions whilst on the farm. Notice must be given to the yard manager of any unknown visitors entering.

Sorry no further dogs can be allowed on the yard or farm.

Head protection to current British Safety Standards must always be worn when riding on the farm.

Grazing is available throughout the year but from October to April all horses must be in at night. Turn out may not be possible in dangerous weather conditions but hay and water will be checked in this event subject to the above charges. Hay/feed must not be given in the fields. No horse must be left without a grazing companion. A routine worming programme is practised at yard, please ask for further details.

Fixtures and fittings belonging to horse owners are not permitted to the stables and facilities of the farm (including any changes to them) unless special permission has been given by the yard manager. Please ask how to fix name plates if required.

Children less than 15 years must be accompanied by their parent or guardian (adult) whilst on the farm, and young children must be fully supervised by their parent or guardian.

Forage and bedding - Please ask for details.

All persons entering the farm are required to conduct themselves in a considerate and safe manner and abide by the yard rules as stated by the yard manager by written notice. Clearing up must be carried out after attending to any horse. When leaving the farm at any time, all the lights must be switched off and gates closed. No person must touch the farm vehicles or enter designated private areas (details to be checked).

Smoking is only permitted in the car park.

Facilities - Notices are provided by the schools and jumping field for conduct. All lessons and training sessions must be booked in the Diary; clashes of use are best avoided. All animals and persons must remain on the designated paths when using the farm tracks.

Vehicles - No vehicle must be parked on the main yard unless unloading/loading, access-ways must not be blocked with vehicles. Horse owners must confirm the parking place for their horse box or trailer and flexibility from horse owners in this regard is required occasionally. It is recommended that all vehicles are locked and valuables removed. The farm cannot provide wash down facilities for horse owner's vehicles.

Any livery charges - Submitted to horse owners must be settled in full within five (5) days of receipt. The basic livery must be paid by standing order to be received on or by the 1st day of the month. Bank details will be provided.

Notice of Vacation - The farm's proprietor is obliged to provide four (4) week's written notice to any horse owner to remove their horse and possessions from the farm should they be in breach of these terms and conditions, or for whatever reason may be necessary. Horse owners must provide at least four (4) week's written notice to vacate the farm with their horse and possessions, all livery charges incurred must be paid up to and including the day of vacation. On vacation the stables and storage areas must be left clean of all debris and owner's possessions. Should a horse owner wish to retain a stable, the full rental will be applicable until four (4) week's written notice has been provided. Sub-letting of the stables by horse owners is not permitted.

Although every care is taken by the farm, the proprietor and his employees will not be held responsible for any loss, injury or damage to any person, horse or their possessions entering or visiting. Horse owners must first satisfy themselves that the facilities, grazing and services provided by the farm are adequate for their purposes.

All advice in respect of animal welfare (including abandonment) is taken by the farm from the RSPCA. If at any time the yard manager had cause for concern as to the well being of a horse kept at the farm, then urgent contact will be made with that horse's owner (or representative) in order to immediately and mutually resolve the matter.

All horse owners at the farm must complete the horse owner's information form enclosed, the horse owner's signature on this form is their acceptance of the above terms and conditions.