Cumbrian yard prepares for expansion following substantial financial support from HSBC

Cumbrian Stable Yard Transforms into Premier Track Livery Business with HSBC Support

Cumbrian Stable Yard Transforms into Premier Track Livery Business with HSBC Support

A Cumbrian stable yard in Grange-over-Sands has made a remarkable transformation into a premier track livery business, thanks to a six-figure investment from HSBC Bank. Boundary View has utilized the funding to acquire a new 10-acre plot and purchase essential equipment to enhance their offerings for equines in the region.

The innovative track systems at Boundary View mimic the natural environment of horses, allowing them to roam freely in the company of others. This setup promotes natural herd behavior, improves welfare for horses, aids in rehabilitation, and minimizes stress by keeping horses together with their companions.

Ruby Kowalski, Equine Veterinary Rehabilitation therapist at Boundary View, expressed her pride in the free-range track designed to prioritize the horses’ needs. She highlighted the importance of providing a niche yard in the North West that focuses on the wellbeing of the horses.

With the support of HSBC, Boundary View is expecting an increase in turnover over the next year and plans to create new jobs to support their growth. Fiona Wilson, HSBC Agriculture Relationship Manager, commended the development of Boundary View and emphasized the exciting opportunity it presents for horse owners interested in creating a progressive home for their animals.

Boundary View aims to offer this unique type of livery for all horses in the region, including retired, ridden, and horses in rehab stages, to elevate animal welfare standards and reduce equine metabolic diseases. The transformation of Boundary View into a premier track livery business showcases the dedication to providing top-notch care and facilities for horses in the Cumbrian region.

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