Stall & Pasture Board
All boarding includes feeding, hay, and blanketing of you horse when the weather permits. We generally feed Purina feeds including Equine Senior, a 10% Protein Sweet Feed, and Amplify. We use the local feed store, Griff's Home and Garden, as our supplier. Any additional supplements or daily dewormers should be provided by the boarder. We encourage the use of SmartPaks if a horse eats multiple suppliment.
100% Turnout Full Care (Pasture Board) includes the horses staying out in one of our group pastures during the day and night. All pasture board horses are fed in individual locations. Each horse is brought into it's own place twice a day for feeding so they are guaranteed to eat their individual ration. While in their location, the feeders look over each horse in order to assess their health and to change any blankets or sheets if necessary. After they finish their meal they are returned to their pasture. Grain, hay, and blanketing are included in the board. See the Boarding Contract for more details or Price Schedule for boarding rates.
50/50 Stall Board includes the horses staying in one of our 12' x 12' rubber matted stalls during the day (in summer) or during the night (in winter). This means the horses will be in the stall either day or night and in a group pasture for the other portion. Grain, hay, blanketing, stall cleaning/bedding, and twice daily evaluation of health condition are included in this board. See the Boarding Contract for more details or Price Schedule for boarding rates.
24/7 Full Stall Board includes the horses staying in one of our 12' x 12' rubber matted stalls during the day and night. The horses will be provided with hay and water throughout the day. This board includes individual turnout as needed. See the Boarding Contract for more details or Price Schedule for boarding rates.
Full Training Option can be added to any board type. This option is a full coverage for training, lessons, and any extra care your horse might require. All holding charges and other extra charges you might incur are all included in the full training option. This option pays for itself if you want to take more than one lesson per week. Check out Training Rates on the Price Schedule link from the Boarding Contract Page.
See Below for Notes to New Boarders
Notes to New Boarders:
Proof of Negative Coggins within 12 months Required.
Out of State horses must have a Health Certificate.
Vaccination Records must be with new Horse upon arrival.
Required Vaccinations are: Rabies, EWT, Flu, Rhino, West Nile Virus.
All new horses will be dewormed before turnout. Owner is asked to provide a broad spectrum dewormer.
If your horse needs supplements, we recommend using SmartPak.
**All new horses to the farm are required to be kept on 50/50 Stall Board the first month. This is to allow new horses to become acclimated to the pastures and the other horses for safety reasons. After one month they will be allowed to go onto full Pasture Board.
***Return Boarder horses may have the acclimation period board either prorated or waved depending on an individual horse by horse basis.
****There is a $150 Stall Reserve fee if a stall is to be held for a boarder on leave from the barn. This also applies to holding a stall for new boarders moving in from the waiting list (when a space is confirmed), but the horse is not at the barn yet.