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Auchlishie Livery

Outdoor Arena

Outdoor ArenaAuchlishie’s Outdoor Arena  consists of a  Martin Collins Fibre Sand school 60m x 45m which enjoys panoramic views of the Angus countryside and can be hired on an  hourly or day basis for lessons or clinics – there is a complete set of BS showjumps also for hire with the arena.

This October will see the school laid out with portable cross country fences which have been spirofixed and  the arena will be available to hire at £20 per horse per hour - please contact Auchlishie Eventing to book.

Indoor School

Outdoor Riding ArenaAuchlishie's Indoor School is invaluable during the long winter months. The Indoor Riding School allows clients to continue with both horse riding lessons and keeping their horse ridden and exercised.

The indoor school measures 46m x 21m and has been used in the past for indoor team showjumping, dressage and pony club, riding club evening rallies.

The surface is a rubber sand mixture which is kept chain harrowed to maintain condition.

The indoor school is available for limited outside hire on an hourly rate.

Outdoor Sand School

Sand SchoolAuchlishie has a further Outdoor Sand School of 40m x 30m, which is a useful warm up area for competitions and can also used by our clients for lungeing

 British Eventing Cross Country Course

Cross Country CourseThe summer of 1997 a duck pond was excavated to form a spectacular 70 feet water complex which is still in existence today.

20 years on from that initial start the cross country course at Auchlishie is now well known across Scotland and the UK as a recognised British Eventing track  Auchlishie has also played host to visiting riding teams from England, Wales, and Ireland.

Covering approximately 50 acres of undulating permanent pasture our cross country course can now offer training from the end of March - Scottish weather permitting and then evolves into our event season with our opening  BE event  in May- this competition  provides competitors  with straight forward well built free flowing fences encouraging both horse and rider.

Following our first BE event the course is open to hire until the end of may during which time we run camps and clinics and even carriage driving.  The course then closes to allow hay and haylege to be cut and then re-opens for July events which sees our second BE competition and in 2018  Pony Club Interbranch will make a return to Auchlishie.

Cross Country Water Jump

Auchlishie has invested heavily in the Cross Country Course not only in the building and maintaining of the jumps but also in drainage.

Verti draining to improve and preserve the going on the cross country and show jumping arena is carried out every Autumn

 

Hacking

Hacking in the Angus GlensRiders who wish to hack out can use the cross country course or take advantage of Auchlishie's location and escape to the foothills of the Angus Glens via the quiet country roads.