DIY and assisted livery, in the heart of Teesdale countryside near Barnard Castle


Raygill Farm Livery is located in the heart of Teesdale, just 1 mile from Barnard castle and within easy access to the A66. We’re a working farm offering friendly, family orientated DIY and assisted livery, managed by us, Adam & Caroline Wall.

Our family has been at Raygill since 1896 breeding and producing Clydesdales for The Crown Estates. Although the farming has changed, horses have remained, breeding and showing Dales ponies was a life passion of both my grandfather and father.

More recently, Raygill was a riding school for more than 25 years and is now a livery only yard. But the passion and care continues.

“Living on site and being equestrian enthusiasts ourselves we make regular checks on horses and if needed, we’re easily found on the farm somewhere. From happy hackers to junior riders and amateur competition horse owners, Raygill Farm Livery is a great location for every level of horse owner to enjoy their horsey pal.” Adam & Caroline Wall.


Here’s a quick run through of what’s on offer here at Raygill, but if you have any questions feel free to contact us.

  • DIY and assisted livery
  • Large, well ventilated stables
  • All paddocks are electric fenced, automatic water, accessed by hard roads and tracks with hard standing gateways
  • 55 x 30m surfaced arena, flood lit, automatic sprinkler system, full set of show jumps
  • 5 horse walker
  • Hard standing yards, tie up areas, car parking and trailer parking
  • All year turn out, 24/7 turnout available during the summer months
55 x 30m arena at Raygill Farm Livery
  • Turn out in pairs or small groups of three. Paddocks sized accordingly
  • Dry well draining land
  • Excellent quality hay and haylage made onsite
  • Hay, haylage and bedding provided and included ad-lib in the winter months
  • Secure tack room
  • Feed rooms / indoor storage areas
  • Hot running water
  • Toilet facilities
Flood lit arena DIY livery Teesdale


Beautiful scenic off road hacking – with bridleways to our north, west and east boundaries, all linking up to create circular routes unique to our location.

  • Surrounded by miles of beautiful hacking, with fantastic ‘road free’ circular routes along with access to acres of moorland and local reservoirs.
  • Onsite parkland with natural water crossings and cross country jumps (from 50cm up)
  • Parkland open for riding 24/7 all year round. Perfect if you want a 30 minute hack without leaving the boundaries of the farm.


If you’d like to know more, arrange a visit or have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Raygill Farm Livery
Lartington, Barnard Castle, Co Durham DL12 9DG
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Adam Wall

07740 072709

Caroline Wall

07944 054890