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Plas Tirion Farm

Plas Tirion Farm is a friendly, British Horse Society-approved livery yard sitting in 40 acres of permanent pasture with mature hedges and trees and fantastic views across the Dee estuary towards the Wirral and beyond.  The livery is ideally placed with good road connections, yet sufficiently rural to provide good hacking.


The yard is very close to the 9km Mostyn Farm RideColeg Cambria Northop Equine Centre and other indoor arenas at Pennant Park Riding Centre and EquiTi are within easy traveling distance.  With fabulous riding along the beach at Talacre and on Halkyn Mountain, Plas Tirion Farm Livery is an ideal base for the competition and leisure rider alike.


Claire and Phil Harrison bought the property in August 2014 and undertook an extensive programme of renovation of the house, buildings and land.  The result is a high-quality, purpose-built equine facility with everything required for excellent horse management and enjoyment easily to hand. The number of full livery equine guests is intentionally small so that they can all receive plenty of individual attention.


  • Purpose-built American barn indoor Monarch stables, with one-piece rubber flooring, with additional stables facing onto main yard 

  • Owners' tack room with individual lockable storage  

  • Rug store with several racks and shelving for each horse  

  • Rug drying room (with heated rails when weather demands)  

  • Heated and well-maintained kitchen and toilet facilities 

  • Floodlit 30m x 60m silica sand and fibre arena 

  • Space for trailer parking

  • Washing-down area with cold water hose and warm water shower

  • CCTV system remotely accessible by owners

  • 40 acres of old meadow pasture with mature trees and hedging

  • Grass canter track

  • Holiday cottage available to let through Sykes Cottages.
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Phil Harrison MBE owns Plas Tirion Farm Livery and has kept and ridden horses for the past 20 years alongside his wife, Claire. Although he has been a rider, his passion is for the welfare of the horse and, to that end, the conservation and development of the best pasture and best practice at Plas Tirion Farm. 



Founder: Claire Harrison (1964-2019)

With more than 30 years' experience of keeping and riding horses, Claire competed at county shows, British Eventing, British Dressage and twice competed at British Riding Clubs National Horse Trials Championships. As a qualified human and equine Bowen therapist (with 6 years as chair of the largest professional association of Bowen Therapies in the UK) she was very much concerned with all aspects of horse health. She was particularly interested in straightness and soundness and classical methods of horse training. This philosophy continues at Plas Tirion Farm in everything we do. 



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