Newbrook Farm Equestrian
At Newbrook we specialise in retirement livery. This is something Team Newbrook is very passionate about. We feel that whether it’s through old age or injury that when a horse becomes retired its remaining days should be spent enjoying life to the full in a natural environment.
We have everything from your family pony up to top eventer’s retired with us at Newbrook and they have come to live with us from all over the country.
We also operate a very friendly family run livery yard and fully licensed riding establishment. We have horses of all sizes from Shetlands to Shires available to take out on hacks around the magical Cotswolds. We have direct access to miles of off road hacking as well as our own private off road track.
Newbrook Farm Equestrian is set in a stunning 160 acres of beautiful green pasture on a working farm nestled in the heart of the beautiful Cotswolds. The farm is 100% organic and the location of the farm is exceptional with such picturesque local landmarks surrounding the farm. On one side of the Valley we have Uley Bury and on the other Coaley peak. We also have Cam Peak and of course Downham Hill which is situated within the farmland itself. From here you get stunning 360 degree views from the summit over the Black Mountains and the Royal Forest of Dean.
Uley itself is only a short hack away with its village pub, post office and very popular with locals & visitors alike the Vestry café. All of which we can arrange visits to on horseback. So whether you fancy a children’s pony ride to Vestry café for a hot chocolate and one of their yummy cakes or something stronger for the adults at The Crown Pub we can tailor make packages around your requirements. You will have an experience to remember and also one that does not break the bank.
At Newbrook we want to make horses available to everyone, not just the people who are able to afford the extremely high prices normally associated with anything equestrian. We are also very passionate about working with schools educating children about the horses and learning how to care for them. We are also in contact with other organizations such as mental health groups as well as children and adults with learning disabilities as we believe that spending time around and interacting with the horses can really make a difference to people’s wellbeing.