Wednesday, 16 July 2014

Monarch Equestrian are looking to recruit self-employed Agents worldwide

We are looking to recruit self-employed Agents worldwide

Monarch Equestrian are the UK’s leading internal stables and horse exerciser manufacturers.  With presence already within the Middle East and Argentina we are looking to expand our Export profile and are looking to recruit self-employed Agents worldwide.

Our expertise lies in advanced manufacturing techniques, with years of experience in professional equine management we have become a world leader in the design and build of high quality stabling and equipment.

We manufacture an extensive range of stabling in traditional and period styles for internal and external buildings.  Our range extends from External Doors and Internal Stables to a Monarch Barn, Lunge Pens to Horse Exercisers, as well as Stocks and Solaria.
We are looking for pro-active individuals or companies that will actively promote our products and establish long term relationships with contractors and customers to maximise exposure and sales overseas.

With support from Monarch with promotional literature and advertising, you will be key in developing an agreed region, offering a consultative sale which may include measuring barns, working with architects through to installation of the product (or appointing a team of fitters within your area).

You will have either an equestrian background or have a background in equestrian related construction.

Excellent rates of commission paid.


Wednesday, 4 September 2013

Visit The Monarch Stand at Burghley Horse Trials

5th -8th Sept 2013

We look forward to meeting you  on our stand G1 at Burghley Horse Trials, Stamford, Lincs.

Monday, 4 March 2013

Country File visits Stallion AI 's new Monarch Stables

New Monarch Stallion Yard at Twemlows

The BBC's Country File visits Stallion AI in Whitchurch, Shrosphire to feature the work done by Tullis Matson and his Team in the preservation of Rare Breeds by freezing semen. They  featured a stunning Hackney Stallion from the Halloughton Stud . The programme showed the new specially designed stallion unit supplied by Monarch Equestrian.  The Monarch design team worked with Tullis to build this uniuqe stallion unit in time for this years stud season. The unit provides  roomy, airy boxes, that provide the necessary privacy for each stallion with  labour saving features such as swivel managers and aisle filling hay racks make life a little easier for staff in busy periods. 24 hr CCTV means Stallion owners can view their stallions at anytime from anywhere in the world.

Monarch Equestrian provide stables for BETA Iternational

World Horse Welfare at BETA International

This year the demonstration area at BETA International at the NEC Birmingham hosted a range of interesting product demonstrations throughout the 3 days .Once again Monarch Equestrian provided the stables for the demonstration horses and the backdrop to the presentation held on Tuesday by the World Horse Welfare .

Roly Owers, Chief Executive explained the charity's rehoming system ,and four of the ponies that had been rehomed appeared, all of whom  seems to enjoy the outing and were very well behaved! One pony had recently come back to be found a new home after the current rider had out grown her, so she will now be looking for somewhere she can continue to enjoy life as a true all rounder. Claire King ( Emmerdale star) also appeared as one of the WHW patrons and explained how she became involved with their

Other demonstrations and appearnces included Charlotte Dujardin and Elle Harrison (Countryfile presenter)  continued throughout the three days.

Monday, 24 December 2012

Happy Christmas from all at Monarch Equestrian

Happy Christmas and a Prosperous Healthy New Year to all our customers .

Our office will be closed until 2nd January 2013 at 8.30am.

Please use the contact form or email if you wish to leave us a message and we will attend to it on our return.

Thursday, 2 August 2012

Brixton Ebony Horse Club has Monarch Stables

The Ebony Horse Club in Brixton are celebrating their 1st year in the new purpose built Equestrian Centre, which has enabled the young people of Lambeth to have th opportunity to ride. The Charity was  set up in 2006 but until a year ago the young people had to be driven to other Riding centres in London, now they have there own base enabling many more people to have the opportunity to ride.
Monarch Stable Doors at Ebony Riding Club

We hope that they are enjoying the Summer Holidays at the stables and also watching the other Equestrian activity in Greenwich Park at the Olympics, Team GB will certainly be inspiring many young people to take up riding in the future.

For more details of the Ebony Horse Club and how you can support their excellent work go to 

This year they are also the Charity of the Year at The Olympia Horse Show in December, they will be manning the bag drop so please support them and let them look after your shopping while you enjoy the action.
Posted by Barbara Fill

Monarch Equestrian complete Olympic Legacy Stables at Greenwich

          OLYMPIC LEGACY  PROJECT       

Monarch Equestrian are proud to have been chosen to build the stables that will form part of the Olympic Legacy at Greenwich.  The Monarch Barn at Shooters Hill Road  houses 20 stables and will be used for local people after the games.

Despite the poor weather conditions Monarch were able to get the Barn up on schedule, with the remainder of the site being completed after the Games.

The Monarch Barn nearing completion.

The Monarch Barn and the rest of the Equestrian Centre has been jointly funded by Hadlow College who will be running the centre in conjunction with their Equestrian Department, together with  Greenwich Council and the ODA and LOCOG.

We are looking forward to seeing the whole project completed and in use for the local people of Greenwich, hopefully many will have been inspired by the excellent job our Eventing Team did gaining a silver medal.

Check back and we hope to have further photos when the site has been completed in September.

by  Barbara Fill