Making the most of your horse
RFS is run by Paul Herbert who has over 25 years in the equine business, both competing and teaching up to Prix St George level dressage. Paul is also a solicitor specialising in Equine Law and property disputes. Having worked for Edmondson Hall Solicitors for a number of years is now at Burnett Barker solicitors in Bury St Edmunds specialising in Equine, Property and Commercial litigation.
Rectory Farm Stables was established in 2004 and was purpose built using disused farm buildings as it’s base. It is now part of the working farm.
At Rectory Farm Stables you will find all the facilities you need to help keep your horse fit and ready for which ever equestrian pursuit you take part in whether it be dressage, eventing, showjumping or simply hacking. A floodlit arena means you can ride after work during the dark winter nights. Show jumps are available for those who enjoy leaving the ground. A small x -
Your tack is kept safe in an alarmed, secure tack room and guarded by security cameras. You can relax with a coffee or tea in the rest room and plan your competitive campaign or simply unwind after a bad day and catch up with other liveries. There is also parking for your trailer or horse box and if you don't have transport there is normally help available to help you get to a show.
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