Our naturally well draining, traditional pasture at HHH is fenced with a mixture of
hedges, post and rail and electric fencing, making a secure, safe environment for our horses.
The combination of up to three times weekly removal of droppings by a specialist
machine, regular rotation of paddocks and the grazing of sheep ensures the pastures are kept in tip top condition.
The pasture is managed within the guide lines of An Environmently Sensitive Area.
All the paddocks have their own automatic water supply, drawn from a local reservoir.
As well as natural shelter on the south facing slope, all the paddocks
have field shelters, which are appreciated by the horses and ponies as much in the summer as in the winter.
All pastures can be seen from the stable yard, this gives a high degree of supervision, plus they
are thoroughly checked twice a day.
All horses have access
to shelter summer and winter, whether they have been allocated a large 14ft x 12ft, well ventilated and well lit stable, or
they have opted to use the field shelter accommodation instead.
stable floors are cushioned with rubber matting and shavings or straw. There are talk grids built into the dividing
walls, which allow the horses to see and chat to each other.
encourage good respiration, and even dental wear, low-level mangers are used when feeding.