Facilities

Alne Park is made up of Labrador Farm & Hill Farm, and set in 120 acres of Warwickshire countryside. Centrally located, the yard is a short drive from major motorway links making it an ideal base to travel to most racecourses.

Stables

38 modern boxes split into two barn yards, all horses are on rubber matting, in warm well ventilated and calm surroundings. Tack and feed rooms are incorporated into the yards, making an ideal working environment for staff. Matted wash down areas are also immediately on hand.

All-Weather Gallop

Our newly refurbished all weather gallop is a mile long, with a large canter circle at one end. It is easily accessed from both yards, and incorporates a good incline.

Grass Gallops

Alne Park also boasts extensive grass gallops, which are kept in top class order, and allow plenty of variety in the horses' work.

Arena

The centre of the canter circle has been turned into a huge sand and rubber arena. Brilliant for warm up, schooling and loose schooling. It is ring fenced, making a safe environment for riding youngsters. A wonderful extra to the usual gallop facilities.

Hacking

With the yard situated in rural Warwickshire there is excellent hacking, both within the 120 acres of Alne Park and also in the quiet lanes surrounding the farm. There are plenty of steep banks to trot and hack up.

Schooling

A huge schooling ground is well equipped with everything from logs and tyres to hurdles, and fences. We also have a variety of jumps in the arena.

Horse Walkers

Both yards are equipped with New Claydon horse-walkers.

Turn-Out

Our turn out is second to none, with over thirty small paddocks, as well as a hundred acres of well fenced level pasture. We turn out everyday, except in bad weather. The horses love to be out, and it certainly helps their mental attitude and keeps them calm and relaxed.

Staff Accommodation

We are lucky enough to have Very high class accommodation for our staff, the majority of whom live on site. Robin and Claire live at Hill Farm.

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