Welcome to Billow Farm Livery
Billow Farm Livery was the first livery yard in Gloucester to be approved by the BHS under the Livery Yard Schemes.
The livery yard is run by Hazel and Simon Pain, both of them and their staff are dedicated to offering their liveries a highly professional service. Hazel is an extremely knowledgeable horsewoman and is an NVQ Assessor, she has strong training links with Summer House Equitation Centre. At Billow Farm Livery there are a number of livery options available to horse owners and packages can be tailored to suit individual needs.
Packages include, Full Livery, Part Livery, DIY Livery and Assisted Livery. The yard has by the far the best equestrian facilities in the area, large stables, secure tack rooms, individual turnout, three arenas’ (one being indoor), horse walker, horse solarium, wash box, excellent hacking, ample trailer/lorry parking and highly qualified instructors based on site. The yard has a very friendly and relaxed atmosphere with a key emphasis on giving the horse owner the opportunity to enjoy their horses to the full.
Whether you ride for pleasure or are a highly competitive rider, there is something for every owner/rider at Billow Farm. Please feel free to contact Hazel and Simon to discuss your livery requirements and to arrange a visit to see what Billow Farm can offer you and your horse(s).
Billow Farm Livery was the first livery yard in Gloucestershire to be approved by the BHS under the Livery Yard Schemes.
Enjoy DIY or Full Livery services from Gloucestershire’s first livery yard to be approved by the BHS under the Livery Yard Schemes.
Our Indoor Arena’s are available to all livery customers.
With many teachers selecting Billow Farm Livery for their own horses, it’s a great place to learn, wether you use the inside or outside arena’s, or the surrounding countryside.
The area’s directly surrounding Billow Farm and the livery yard are ideal for hacking! A selection of tracks and trails, with the livery year in site, make Billow Livery a unique and wonderful year in the South of Gloucestershire.