Farm and Yard
Yardman at Arlary
David is based at Arlary and is responsible for yard management, and general yardwork. Davy is the first person that our horses see each morning as he starts shortly after 4am, checking around the yard and giving each horse haylage. He is also in charge of the mucking out and bedding down of the stables in the main front yard. On work mornings Davey harrows the gallops in between lots and has overall management of the woodchip gallop at Arlary. He also organises the delivery of Jenkinsons shavings at Arlary.
Yardman At Arlary
James joined the yard in March 2017. Born and raised in Kinross he started work as a kitchen porter. Feeling a change of career he joined the yard to help David as the yard has continued to grow. In his spare time, he prefers two wheels instead of four hooves by participating in cycling and motor cross.
Kilduff Farm Manager
Bradley joined in May 2017 as a yardman at Kilduff. Growing up on a farm he is a great help and a hard worker and to start with he was responsible for keeping the stables and yard tidy. In the spring of 2019 he was promoted to farm manager and now runs the farm work, including looking after the gallops and the grassland and making our main crop, haylage. Anything mechanical takes Bradleys interest, especially cars.
Callum joined us in September 2016 as a yardman. With prior experience in this field working for the council in ground maintenance. He has previously been part of the Amazon team in Dunfermline. Callum is a Milnathort local.
Yard Help At Arlary And Kilduff
Ronnie is self employed and helps us when we need an extra set of hands. He drives the tractor, helps with building issues, helps on the farm, and is generally there when we need him. In his spare time Ronnie is a musician and has played in bands since the 70s. His band plays at our owners lunches and yard parties.