Advanced search

Will i find someone to share my field?

(5 Posts)
PoshPenny Sun 06-Jan-13 00:50:10

I would have thought you would, that does not seem excessive to me.

Whether or not you will be GLAD you have a field sharer is another matter... It's like flat sharing, but somehow worse I found. On balance, I would rather do without the additional money coming in and have the place to myself. It is better all round (for DH and the kids) than the seething resentment that always seems to build up after a period of time when others dont do their fair share of the chores...

horseylady Wed 02-Jan-13 10:05:20

I pay £70 a month in the midlands. Similar situation by the sounds of it. I have a stable and grazing. But there's no grazing in the winter. And I hardly use the stable in the summer.....

I think it's fair.

aamia Wed 02-Jan-13 09:12:57

North London.

BehindLockNumberNine Wed 02-Jan-13 07:51:14

Whereabouts in the South East is the field?

aamia Wed 02-Jan-13 01:38:01

Have reduced how many ponies we have but love the field which is now far too big. When full it costs £70 per pony per month for: sufficient acreage that you only need to supplement with hay for two months a year, a flat well drained riding area that is usable in all but snow/deep frost, two emergency stables, tack and feed room, mud free fields but no hard standing. Reasonable hacking.

So will i find anyone at that price? It was worth it to us as so close to home but is it too steep for what it is in the south east?

Join the discussion

Join the discussion

Registering is free, easy, and means you can join in the discussion, get discounts, win prizes and lots more.

Register now