We require all clients to have the Fluvac and Rhino vaccine in the spring and the fall (every 6 months) as well as tetnus once a year. Because we are a boarding facility we also recommend that boarders strongly consider Strangles vaccine.
We also require all horses to have a current Negative Coggins
We have found that horses adapt very well after they arrive at the stables. But we are very cautious to make sure the transition period goes well and your equine partner is solidly ready to be mainstreamed into their prospective herd. Your horse will be placed in a transitional lot for the first fourteen days after their arrival at the stables. They will be closely monitored, temperature taken and feed evaluated to make sure they will make this transition as smoothly as possible.
If you are the proud owner of a mare and a gelding we offer a "Family Pasture"that both of your horses can be together. Our four main full time pastures are divided into two mare and two gelding all seperated by a grassy lane.
We offer two arenas for your use. One is our 100x200' outdoor arena and the other is 60x120' indoor arena. Our trainers are very willing to share the arena even if they are giving a lesson to a fellow horseperson.
Horses are put out to their prospective turnouts at dawn and are usually brought back in at dusk. Stall horses are fed their evening hay and grain in their stalls and are usually given their morning hay in their pasture or paddock.
Basic pasture board includes full time group turnout, 24/7 access to grass or hay, large shelter, automatic waterer, with daily checks
Deluxe pasture board includes all of the above plus we will pull you horse out of their pasture and feed concentrates (included) , supplements and medications (owner provides).