Agistment « Weiti Station Sport Horses

By: Weiti Station  05-Apr-2012
Keywords: Horses, Sport Horses

Agistment « Weiti Station Sport Horses

We have a limited number of spaces available eash season for outside grazers.


Grazing at Weiti offers a friendly sociable enviroment both with our team and other grazers, there is generally always someone around to ride out with.

All of our staff  live on the station and there is always at least one of us working in the yard everyday. Your horse will have a knowledgable eye kept on them all the time.

Horses graze in herds of between 5-8 in safe, clean paddocks of about 15 acres (all are close to the stable) They are rotated in two herds one requiring good feed and one heard for fatties or out of work horses.


We don’t offer full livery as we are to busy with our horses however we can tailor a program in which we feed, change rugs, bring in etc if you struggle to find time each day to come out. This comes at a little extra cost.


$161 per calendar month

A discount applys for more than one horse.

The information in this article was current at 27 Mar 2012

Keywords: Horses, Sport Horses

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