Woolstone Farm is located in the heart of the village of Woolstone, Oxfordshire at the foot of the Uffington White Horse. There is easy access to the Ridgeway, the Downs and quiet country lanes. A short ride around the beautiful village leads to Woolstone Hill where riders can go through a gate onto the National Trust land. A permitted path goes up to and around the Uffington Hill Fort and just beyond is the Ridgeway Long Distance path and many miles of wonderful downland riding.
The farm offers a superb place to train horses for dressage, eventing, showjumping and endurance. The DIY livery yard is owned and managed by Hugh Baxter and, Elaine and Duncan Baber who live on the farm.
Caroline Evans BHSAI, who has run a livery business from this site for over ten years, runs a full livery service and will take horses for schooling. Caroline is also available to provide training for riders on their own horses, resident on the farm or non-resident. DIY clients can use the full livery side of the yard on a regular basis or to cover holidays or when life makes it difficult to look after their own horses.
The farm offers all-year turn out and livery includes the use of the large indoor riding school, jumps and cross country jumps when ground conditions permit.