Your horse's health is our primary concern. Although we offer stalls, we also believe your horse should be outside all day, as nature intended. Horses are healthiest when they are allowed to move around, graze green grass, enjoy the sun on their backs, and socialize with other horses. If a horse is physcially and emotionally happy, they are more responsive to you!
1. Pasture Boarding
Features well-maintained green pastures to graze on all day. Social interaction with other horses means your horse is content even if you are unable to make it out to the farm. After breakfast, roaming free and grazing provides the most natural atmosphere that healthy horses thrive in. Whether your horse just needs a stay-cation to rejuvenate his weary bones, needs a change of scenery, or is recuperating from an injury, there are a variety of pasture sizes to meet your needs. Every pasture has a covered manger from which to ear, concrete flooring, and grass to eat all day. Pasture boarding includes hay, access to a tack room with individual lockers, various pastures to choose from (including lay-up paddocks), and fresh water and salt at all times.
2. Full Care Stall Boarding with Daily Turnout:
If you want it all, this is the option for you. Horses are in stalls at night and turned-out all day, every day. There is no extra charge for turnouts. Horses are rotated between pastures, paddocks, and large turnout areas. Dedicated caretakers live on-site. This option included premium quality hay, grain fed 1x/day if you provide & mix it, large matted stalls, covered mangers with matted footing, and access to a tack room with individual lockers. For those seniors that need to move around at night more than their younger counterparts, stalls with attached paddocks are available.
3. Extra Options:
To inquire about more specific details, availability, or to schedule a tour, please feel free to email or call us!
Boarding rates: Please email the farm for the most current rates
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