Agistment Options

Agistment – Basic, Full Care, Casual

Gooromon Park offers a limited number of places to clients committed to learning & developing their horse skills.

Agistment at Gooromon Park is dependent on having a riding lesson with our highly qualified riding instructors once a week, either on your horse or on a Gooromon Park Horse. This is a prerequisite to having agistment at Gooromon Park. Lessons can be private or group and organised through reception at a regularly scheduled time weekly.

Fees are due 1 month in advance

Permanent Basic - $80.00 plus gst $8.00= $88.00 per week

Stable + Day Yard + rotation through larger paddock
Use of all GP Facilities outside riding school hours

Feed lunch hay that you have prepared/provided to your horse at lunch time

Permanent Partial Care - $120.00 plus gst $12.00= $132.00 per week

Includes Basic Care plus – putting out horse either in the morning or bringing-in in the evening plus add or take off one rug (top rug only)

Permanent Full Care - $210.00 plus gst $21.00 = $231.00 per week ($30 per day + gst)

Full Care - Stable + Day Yard + rotation through larger paddock
Feed package - 2 feeds per day+ Hay prepared and fed at lunch and dinner
Putting out and bringing in of horse daily and rugging/unrugging (one rug only)
Stable cleaning daily

Casual Extra Care

Daily Day Paddock—To or From - $7.50
Daily Rugs/boots or bandages On or Off - $7.50
Stable Cleaned Casual (No top-up) - $15.00
Day Paddock Cleaned (Weekly) - $20.00
Hold for Farrier, Vet or Other - $40.00 p/h
Feed GP food - From $15 per feed (medium sized horse)
Prepare and feed owner’s feed - $7.50
Prepare Horse for lesson - $20.00
First Aid Extras - POA

Special Notes

Please note a lesson fee is not included in Agistment price and is required to be paid before each weekly lesson is taken. As a condition of agisting at Gooromon Park a lesson must be paid for even if you choose not to take a lesson that week.

A sawdust levy is charged to each individual agistee every time a new sawdust load is delivered and is based on the number of agisters at the time of delivery.