Woodside Livery is based near Hatfield in Hertfordshire and is in close proximity to the A1, M25, A414 and M1. Woodside Place Farm has been in the Craig family for generations and from this the Livery Yard was born in 1994. A former cattle farm, Woodside Livery offers excellent grazing and off road hacking. There are also many inter-connecting bridle paths/by-ways which can give you hours of off road hacking.
American Barn style stables at Woodside Livery, give comfort and security for your horse together with all year turn out in small same sex groups. Individual turn out is available on request. And 7 day and 5 day Part Livery are available with a team of experienced and caring staff to look after your horse. Woodside Jumping Club has monthly clinics with Showjumping trainer John Adams and various other trainers attend the yard including, Simon Battram, Pippa Haywood and Terry Scudda.
Evelyn Adams took over the management of the yard in 2006 and has made many improvements have been made to the facilities. She is currently competing in Affiliated dressage but has in the past participated in BSJA Showjumping, Hunting and One Day Eventing.
Woodside is within an hour and a half’s journey of major competition venues such as Patchetts Equestrian Centre and Bury Farm Equestrian Centre.