Definition of at livery in English:

at livery

phrase

  • (of a horse) kept for the owner and fed and cared for at a fixed charge.

    • ‘My Lord, on the question of horses used for hunting kept at livery, our survey showed about 10,100 horses kept at livery or in riding stables and used for hunting.’
    • ‘Keeping horses at livery and going out hunting are expensive pursuits that are totally unaffordable by those claiming penury status.’