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  • What is part livery

 
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    08-19-2009, 05:16 PM
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Foal
Question Part livery

I don't know if im right or not, but is part livery when you take care of half the things, and the workers do the other half? Im not sure. And is full livery when you only ride? I was just wondering, for future horse care
     
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    08-21-2009, 01:40 AM
  #2
Yearling
I'm fairly sure that's right. It would be specified in the contract though I'm sure.

For example - the stable I'm taking Carolina to, offers full care or full livery. The the things the stable is responsible for are listed on the contract. IE: I opted for the staff to be in charge of the stall, mucking out etc, turning her out to the paddock and bringing her in, feeding three times a day. I was given the options also for daily grooming, blanketing when needed, hand walking and also paying someone to ride her, trailering to shows. A whole bunch of stuff. All at extra charge of course LOL.
     

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