Boarding

Pasture Board – $350

Pastured horses graze in large pastures no smaller than 15-20 acres with trees for weather protection. On the north side, horses are grouped in one large herd, with no more than 8-9 horses. This works well for a horse who is used to being part of a herd. All pasture horses are individually seen, fed (up to 3 lbs/day included in boarding price as well as minerals and salt) and checked once daily. As a pasture boarder, you have access to hot/cold wash rack, 50’ round pen, tack room, temperature controlled waterers, 600 acres to ride on and free choice access to quality grass hay during the winter when pasture is short. Grooming, blanketing, sheeting, vet and farrier handling services are available at an additional charge.

 

 

Stall Board – $500

Stall board includes hay, shavings, grain twice daily (up to 4 lbs/day included in regular board price), basic minerals and salt, free choice access to grass hay outside during the winter, outside temperature controlled waterers, and routine vet and farrier handling services. Turnout rotates with the seasons, inside during the hot, summer days and the cold, winter nights, but is a standard twelve-hour time period. Blanketing, sheeting and fly mask services are also available. A partial list of additional services may be seen on the services page. Special needs will be handled immediately if it is in the horse’s best interest. Stall board provides us better flexibility to handle special situations that may arise such as sunburn, dew poisoning or rain rot, and any lameness issues that may occasionally occur. In a stall, your horse is handled a minimum of twice a day and seen more frequently than a pastured horse.