Rollestone Farm  is a modern, purpose-built livery yard situated on the outskirts of Exeter, just 5 minutes from Exeter University.

~ Beautiful brick stables all fitted with rubber matting as standard

~ 20m x 60m outdoor arena with superbly drained surface

~ Covered wash box

~ Off-road hacking around the Rollestone Estate (Summer only)

~ Varied livery packages

~ Full time groom & yard manager

~ Heated common room with kitchen and communal area

~ Toilet & shower

~ Secure tack room

~ Regular clinics and training organised

~ XC training course (seasonal)

~ Arena & show jumps available to hire by pony clubs, riding clubs & schools for training

Rollestone Farm is a friendly, professional yard – with a relaxed atmosphere that both our equine and human liveries enjoy. Despite the large number of liveries there is a feeling of support and friendliness which is often missing on big yards. From nervous novices, to happy hackers, to riders regularly out competing in all spheres, everyone enjoys their horses in their own way, and this diversity is very much accepted and welcomed at Rollestone

Our liveries are often out and about at competitions and training clinics together and you can follow their antics as they go out and about on our Rollestone Farm Equestrian Facebook Page

Ridden Exercise

We are now able to offer ridden exercise as an extra service to our full or part livery clients

Cameron Beer is a young 4* event rider, who teaches at Rollestone twice a week. He is available to school your horse for you, either regularly or on an ad hoc basis. Cameron is a skilled and tactful rider, whose ability to quickly assess and get the best out of most horses gave him a big advantage when competing for the GB Student Riders teams around Europe, and helping him bring home the medals.

Alaya Arden is currently competing at Newcomers in British Showjumping, and is eventing at BE100. She is a confident and intuitive rider, coached weekly by Cameron Beer, with a particular interest in show jumping. She is available to hack or school your horse, particularly useful for students leaving their horses here during uni holidays who want their fitness levels maintained


Lis is available to plait your horse in preparation for a show. She can also clean your tack so you are completely show-ready!