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.’