Innovative Livery Yard Galloping Towards Growth with HSBC UK

21 June 2024

Grange-over-Sands-based Boundary View, owners of a former traditional stable yard, has transitioned into a premier track livery with support from HSBC UK. The six figure funding package from the bank has enabled the business to acquire a new 10-acre plot in Cumbria and purchase the essential equipment. 

Track systems mimic horses natural environment. Unlike a traditional paddock, the track allows horses to roam freely with the company of the others, which increases natural herd behaviour.

Boundary View is set to enhance the offering to equines in the region, providing species appropriate living and improved welfare for horses. The yard benefits from a grass free track system which aids rehabilitation, promotes movement and minimises a stress environment by keeping horses, as prey animals, together with their companions.

With the support of HSBC UK, Boundary View is anticipating an increase in turnover over the next 12 months and the creation of new jobs across the business to support growth plans.

Ruby Kowalski, Equine Veterinary Rehabilitation therapist at Boundary View, said: “We are so proud of the free range track that we have designed to put the horses needs first. Horses are my pride and joy, and I’ve been working with them for over 11 years professionally.

“We’re excited to offer a truly niche yard for the North West which has been designed with the wellbeing of the horses as a primary focus. Our grass free system gives horses the freedom to roam, exercise as necessary and thrive within a herd dynamic. It is fantastic we have been able to make this option of boarding more readily available to equine enthusiasts in the North.”

Fiona Wilson, Agriculture Relationship Manager, added: “It is great to support the development of Boundary View. While many may not be familiar with this innovative livery yard boarding system, it presents an exciting opportunity for horse owners who are interested in creating a progressive home for their animals. We look forward to seeing the growth of Boundary View over the coming months.”

All horses including retired, ridden and horses in rehab stages are welcome on the track. Boundary View aims to offer this type of livery for all horses in the region to help increase animal welfare standards and reduce equine metabolic diseases.

You can find Boundary View Listed on LiveryList: Boundary View Track Livery


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