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livery stable

Line breaks: liv¦ery stable
(also livery yard)

Definition of livery stable in English:

noun

A stable where horses are kept at livery or let out for hire.
Example sentences
  • Under amendments to the Waste Management and Licensing Regulations, livery yards, stables and riding schools who add anything to their muck to compost it for fertiliser will be eligible for the fee.
  • This would help the rural economy, and provide diversification possibilities for farmers - bed and breakfast for both riders and their horses, livery yards, toll rides - as well as promoting a healthy outdoor activity.
  • The cost of a horse at livery, to hire from a livery stable, by the day would range between £75 to £130 in different parts of the country, according to the quality of the horse, broadly.

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