Dairy House Farm is family run and farmer Richard Morton and his family live on the farm and manage the yard on a day to day basis.
Over many years the farm has gradually developed from being a mixed arable and livestock farm with a few shire horses into what it is today, a farm dedicated to horses and horse riders.
At Dairy House Farm you will find a wide range of stables, flexible livery options including DIY, expansive grazing and comprehensive horse riding facilities.
Here at Dairy House Farm we have over 100 acres of well maintained grazing together with fields for growing our own hay and barley for straw.
Call 0161 928 2415 if you would like to visit and see our stables and other facilities.
The horse riding route of the Trans Pennine trail crosses the farm giving access to safe hacking directly from the farmyard. From the nearby Carrington Moss, where there is extensive hacking, you can hack out via a traffic light controlled Horse Crossing to the river Mersey and on to Sale and Chorlton Water Parks and beyond.
There is trailer and horsebox parking available for those who travel further afield.
The location of Dairy House Farm is ideal for many owners and riders.
Located on the edge of Broadheath Altrincham, with fields stretching towards Dunham Massey, Dairy House Farm is only minutes by car from the A56, M56 and the Carrington bypass and yet it is in a quiet country setting with extensive hacking out available on bridleways, fields and quiet lanes.
The farm is very conveniently located for riders from Altrincham, Sale, Stretford, Urmston, Lymm and all of South Manchester. This is particularly helpful, together with our facilities, for owners who may wish to attract a full or part loan rider for their horse.See Google Map »
Many of the horse owners at Dairy House have kept horses at the yard for over 15 years and have seen the growth of our livery facilities. We have a relaxed and friendly atmosphere at Dairy house Farm. Over time there has developed a community spirit and much of the activity and services at the farm are arrange by individuals from our community of horse owners. This encompasses drill riding sessions, jumping sessions and our own dressage and cross country competitions. Feed Delivery, Rug Cleaning, Weekday This community approach together with the wealth of horse welfare and riding knowledge available at Dairy House Farm make it an ideal home for your horse.
Dairy House Farm caters for owners and riders of all ages and for happy hackers through to riders competing at national level in all types of equestrian competition. At present riders on the yard are competing successfully in large numbers at local shows and events together with supporters and helpers from the yard. This is helpful for riders who currently participate or who want to participate in showing or competition.
A range of vets, equine dentists, physiotherapists, saddlers and farriers, regularly visit the farm. Costs are often reduced by owners sharing visits. Nutritionists from Spillers and Baileys regularly visit the farm and weigh and give owners a condition report on their horse.
The yard has an excellent range of facilities including an all weather dressage arena with mirrors and flood lights, a well equipped and floodlit jumping arena and a further outdoor arena for lunging and schooling We also have an indoor arena For the exclusive use of clients we have a farm ride with cross country jumps and a jumping field.
The farm has its own show field which is home to The Bucklow Trafford Riding Club shows.
The Trans Pennine Trail passes across the farm and there is further off road hacking on Carrington Moss with access to the River Mersey and beyond using the traffic light controlled horse crossing at Carrington.
Here at Dairy House Farm our stables are in a range of sizes each with a tack area. Some are barn based whilst others are individual. In addition we keep a number of fields each for 3 or 4 horses living out throughout the year.
There is parking for horseboxes and trailers available on site.
Hay and haylage is provided based on a the size of your horse with the cost averaged across the year to a fixed monthly fee. Straw is similarly available on an average monthly fee based on usage. Bales of wood shavings are available each week, order by Thursday for delivery Friday.
A full range of livery services are available. Horse Feed can be ordered each Monday for delivery to your stable each Thursday.
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Here at Dairy House Farm we have a focus on enjoying your horse riding. Exclusively for owners and riders on the farm we have a farm ride, drill riding over winter, jumping sessions in summer, dressage competitions, cross country events and a number of owners on the farm are riding instructors. The show field is used by Bucklow Riding Club for their popular horse shows in addition to our own cross country events organised by riders from Dairy House FarmContact us today »