Carrowgar Stud

Here at Carrowgar Stud we can provide a number of services from livery to rehabilitation and retraining, to the supply of quality showjumpers that we breed here onsite from our own broodmares.

Facilities at Carrowgar Stud

There is an 18m x 18m bark arena suitable for loose schooling, lunging and general training.

The main arena of sand and fibre is 25m x 45m and is fully equipped with showjumps.

A large parking area is available for boxes and lorries.

The barn consists of 7 stables (two 14'x 12' and five 12'x12') and a hot wash/farrier area, and has separate tack and feed rooms with a toilet/washroom. There is an eighth stable (14' x16') in another block.

Purpose-built outside yards with full shelters comprise another way of keeping the horses in groups. There is 150m of part covered yards.

The land is divided mostly into 3-acre paddocks safely fenced with covered horse wire and electrified, and most fields have a covered field shelter. There is a track which spans the whole farm for safely accessing each field and can be used to create a round track for hacking.

Carrowgar Stud - View of Yard

Livery at Carrowgar Stud

Here at Carrowgar Stud our main concern is for your horse's happiness and your peace of mind.

We realise, through experience, that most livery yards offer the same limited service, and that you and your equine companion will have different requirements to that of someone else.

We offer an individual service that guarantees a happy relationship for all. With both full or part livery you are entitled to use all the available equestrian facilities. 

The Yard has a relaxed atmosphere, set in quiet rural surroundings.

With expert staff and a friendly environment we welcome you to come and have a look at Carrowgar Stud.

Carrowgar Stud - Horses Heads

Breeding at Carrowgar Stud

My three current broodmares come from a TB mother x Sheer Grit and all Irish breeding, including Robertstown Boy, Flagmount King and Coolcorran Cool Diamond.

All mares competed at showjumping, hunting and some cross country. The Coolcorran mare jumped up to 1.30 as a 5 yr old.

There are some Crannagh Hero (RID) young horses and a 2 and 3 yr old by JeT'Aime Flamenco (BWB) and a Sibon W (KWPN) yearling from the Coolcorran mare.

The Flagmount King mare has a 2 yr old Nerrado (Holst) and a yearling Sibon W (KWPN).

The Robertstown Boy mare has a 3 yr old Crannagh Hero (RID) filly and a yearling Future Trend filly.

carrowgar Stud - Kali, Max and Neela