The 203 acre Farm and Livery yard is set within the Exmoor National Park.
Small friendly livery yard on a working hill farm. Facilities include hot water horse shower, secure tack rooms, sand schools, off road riding. 24 hour security.
Hire of schools available to non liveries - please call to discuss
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It would be nice to get to the poly tunnels and veg patch. Have tried digging it out but the drift is still frozen.
Thank you thank you to the wonderful Mr Sean Kellaway and his big telehandler for clearing most of the farm track. Along with Best Mate and Cousin for clearing the rest. Tabor Hill is no longer snowed in. Yipeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
I hate bloody snow.......
Part of the farm track is clear but some parts aren’t ..........
Would like to give The Rock Inn at Georgeham North Devon a HUGE thank you. I did phone to ask if they are dog friendly and the answer was "yes". They were slightly surprised when we walked in with 7 dogs, but were fantastically welcoming. Even said how well behaved our dogs were. Food also fantastic. To sum up a bloody good pub.
We like to keep our horses warm up here at Tabor Hill Farm. Here is Cornflake modelling the latest fashion.
Love it when rent is paid, especially when its paid like this! Thank you Ian Wallace of Quinces Honey Farm your bees are always welcome.
On the first day of Christmas my Spaniels said to me…..Yum yum a Partridge for tea…... On the second day of Christmas my Spaniels said to me….Stamp 64p and yum yum a Partridge for tea…... On the third day of Christmas my Spaniels said to me…..No Christmas card, 64p and yum yum a Partridge for tea…….. On the fourth day of Christmas my Spaniels said to me……Bah Humbug, no Christmas card, 64p and yum yum a Partridge for tea………. On the fifth day of Christmas my Spaniels said to me……Can’t keep this up, Bah Humbug, no Christmas Card, 64p, MERRY CHRISTMAS and yum yum a Partridge for teeeeaaaaaaaa…….
My dogs went out this morning before 7am with Cousin and Rodney the horse. They were out for over an hour scampering across the moor and fields. They got back before the rain came in, surely enough time to do their "business"! So why the hell less than an hour after their return is one of them gassing me out with farts!