We have spaces for 2 DIY liveries 



 Mandy and Martin Irish, previous owners of Leyland Court Equestrian Centre for 29 years. We have 6 brand new, very large stables in a newly build barn. All stables come complete with rubber mats, cctv, and water drinkers. Horses are spoilt for turn out with grass turn out, outdoor and indoor pens for when the weather is typically British!

If you wish to discuss your horse's needs with us, please feel free to contact us. 

We are now full for Livery. Please email us if you wish to go on the waiting list thank you. 


We have 6 large stables, 12ft 6in x 13ft & 13ft x 13ft, they all have rubber matts, automatic water drinkers,full length hay racks and cctv in the stables so we can even keep an eye on the horses when indoors. 


Gravel Turn out

This area can be used in the winter if the fields get to wet for turn out, it can be used at any time, or just used as turn out while you do stable work.  


The Stable yard is in the middle of the farm, all the fields are post and railed with electric on the rail to stop the horses rubbing and chewing the rails, we have 20 acres where we can rotate the horses as necessary. 

Price List

DIY Livery, stable and grazing, hay or haylage + straw or shavings can be bought from Holcombe Farm.

£25 per week

Hay or Haylage,  Winter price. Horses £12 per week,

                                                                  Ponies £10 per week.

                                     Summer price. £3.50 per small bale.

Bedding, Big Bale Straw (6 strings 4ft by 8ft) £35,


The Livery price  do not include, vet fees, worming, farrier and hard feeds.

A Little history about Martin & Mandy.

Martin moved with his parents to Leyland Court Farm in 1966 where the equestrian business was started, it became B.H.S. approved in 1968, the business evolved from a riding school to all types of livery including Hunting Livery.

Martin has been riding from 2 years of age, starting with all Pony Club activities, Hunting with the Berkeley Fox Hounds for many years, (now has his Farmers Hunt Buttons). Went point to point racing but unfortunately struggled with his weight. Competed at show jumping, cross country and later on he started ODE, competed up to Novice level on his mare Huntsham Hornet, he had to stop competitive riding due to an neck injury,(not from riding).

Mandy  rode from a young age, when she left school, trained at Leyland Court and passed her B.H.S.A.I. in 1980. She became head girl at Leyland Court shortly after and then caught the eye of the bosses son and got married in 1985 and took over Leyland Court with Martin from his parents. Then started competing at British Dressage on her horse Two Tone. She also did Cross country events and  also Hunted with the Berkeley Fox Hounds.

They expanded Leyland Court from a Riding School and Livery yard to a Facility Centre where clubs and individuals could hire a large Cross Country Course with over 100 fences, a Derby Show Jumping Arena and 3 All Weather Arenas, they also expanded the Livery side of the business and Looked after 36 horses on various Livery packages. 

They sold Leyland Court in 2014 and are now enjoying semi retirement in Somerset, but horses are still in their blood so decided to look after a handful of horses again. They have extensively modernised Holcombe Farm and brought it in to the 21st century and are now able to offer 5* livery for your horse.