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Welcome to Inchcoonans Equestrian, Perthshires Premier Competition Yard & Livery Facility. For futher information please feel free to contact us. Enjoy!

ABOUT INCHCOONANS

Inchcoonans competition and livery yard is situated between the Historical Royal Burgh of Perth, the Gateway to the Highlands and the port city of Dundee in the small historical village of Errol. The facility is easily reached being approximately 1/4mile from the main A90 road. A stones throw away from the River Tay, and Sheltered from the cold north winds by the Sidlaw Hills to the north, the flat Kerselands is more commonly known as the Carse of Gowrie. This area rarely exceeds the height of 15m (50 feet) above sea level, which enables Errol, being one of the chief settlements of the Carse, to enjoy a milder all year around climate hopefully allowing us to hold more outdoor activities.

Inchcoonans House and Grooms cottage with woodland and pond is set within approximately 30 acres of which 22 acres are of level grazing, sheltered by woodlands, split into well proportioned paddocks. We opened in the spring of 2009 after complete renovation of the disused existing equine facilities along with new facilities being created. It was inspired by husband and wife team, Neil and Carol Wivell, who have owned and competed horses over the last decade and has become part of a long term ambition to own their own facilities and competition yard.

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Still some spaces for Saturday’s Arena Eventing training with Martin Arnott.. great variety of fences to practice over before the season really starts... pm to book. £45 for a 45min private lesson. Or why not join a friend for a shared lesson at 2x£30 for the hour. ... See MoreSee Less

One MONSTER lorry load of carpet fibre arrived.. got Ross to stand next to the giant monster of a lorry. It makes him look like a midget. Think we will need 3 of these monsters to finish. ... See MoreSee Less

One MONSTER lorry load of carpet fibre arrived.. got Ross to stand next to the giant monster of a lorry.  It makes him look like a midget.  Think we will need 3 of these monsters to finish.

 

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Richard Jenkinson

Richard Jenkinson

Exciting !!!

What a monster of a lorry as you say - Ross sure looks like a midget next to it!!

Is thats for woods and tracks?

😎👌🏻

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Winners of the 70cm Becky Miller With Gracie. ... See MoreSee Less

Winners of the 70cm Becky Miller With Gracie.

About to start the 80cm winter Woolies working hunter class ... See MoreSee Less

About to start the 80cm winter Woolies working hunter class
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