Catherston is extremely proud of their excellent facilities at Croft Farm, Over Wallop. The main house is positioned centrally within 100 acres of rolling chalk grassland which allows easy supervision of all the grounds. Post and rail paddocks house the visiting mares and foals whilst the remainder of the grazing is surrounded by Tornado fencing which allows maximum visibility of the grazing stock. There is a small, well sheltered paddock, immediately in front of the house for turning out the newly born foals and larger paddocks for our other herd residents. The American barn type stable block can accommodate twenty horses with an adjacent traditional stable yard housing the foaling boxes and accommodation for visiting horses. The stables are large, light and airy with rubber floors and walkways. There are 14 individual turnout paddocks for livery horses. We have a large naturally lit indoor school with small viewing area, covered horse-walker and lunge ring, an all weather outdoor arena, indoor covering yard and adjacent laboratory and veterinary room. Croft Farm also boasts excellent off road hacking, wash boxes, laundry facilities, heated tack rooms and visitors rest room to ensure comfort of not only our equine guests but our clients and staff. Competition Livery: Competition stabled livery incudes all of the Full Livery in addition all schooling, preparation and competing of the horse by Jennie, Anne or any of the Senoir Riders. Full or Hunter Livery: Full stabled livery includes general feed, hay or haylage, bedding (2 bales per week), mucking out, skipping out, grooming, general exercise (either riding, lunging, hacking or horse walker), turnout (weather permitting), tack cleaning, plaiting up to twice a month, clipping, trimming and attendance furing professional services (inc farrier, dentist, vet etc). Part Livery: Part stabled livery includes general feed, hay or haylage, bedding (2 bales per week) mucking out, skipping out and turnout (weather permitting). Grass Livery: We have limited availability for youngstock / broodmares at Grass, with / without stable dependant on stocking densities. The fields are checked twice daily and all are within site of the main stable buildings. Hay / haylage and hard feed is fed as appropriate to compensate for climate variations.