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Hack Hall Stables

Hack Hall Stables, founded in 1990 by Raymond and Christopher Thompson. The centre is consider to be one of the best DIY livery stables in the North East.  Situated only minutes from the A1 and a short distance from Newcastle city centre. Hack Hall Stables enjoys excellent transport link.


Spread over 130 acres, Hack Hall Stables has excellent grazing facilities and produces hay, haylage and barley-straw bedding, as well as being able to provide shavings and Littlemax bedding to accommodate your individual requirements. The riding school strives to provide the best facilities and has over 60 high quality “Monarch” stables divided into two blocks.


Hack Hall Stables has been British Horse Society approved since 2008 and regularly receives High Commended approval ratings.  There is an abundance of hacking on offer with both permissive and public rights of way across the farm offering fantastic off-road riding, linking to Havannah Nature Reserve, Newcastle Great Park bridleways, Coast to Coast Cycleway and the former wagon ways to Weetslade Country Park and on down to the coast!


Facilities include two outdoor floodlit arenas with sand and fibre all-weather surfaces. A “Monarch” solarium was installed in 2015. Livery clients have access to secure tack/storage areas adjacent to their stables.  All grazing paddocks have their own gateway with no more than 8 horses per paddock. The paddocks are fenced with either post and rail or high tensile “Gallagher” off mains electric fencing. There are separate summer and winter grazing paddocks.

Hack Hall Farm, Sandy Lane, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, NE13 7AZ
01912 363379

Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear NE13 7AZ, UK

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