Farm amenities include a recently remodeled barn, 100 acres of unique open
space for hacking, miles of trails for relaxing, several all weather outdoor rings (including a regulation dressage arena
and several rings with full jump courses), the area's largest insulated indoor arena with dust free, hybird leather/euro-felt
footing and USEF rated on-site horse shows. There are several wash bays with hot/cold water, two heated tack rooms, a heated
observation room and two heated restrooms (one with a shower). The farm is monitored by a closed circuit surveillance system.
Feeding (free choice hay, grain, rice bran)
stall cleaning with bedding added daily
Bucket Scrubbing Daily
Turnout (a minimum of half day seven days/week)
Turnout Prep (booting, fly sheeting, fly spraying etc)
Standing wrap removal
Salt block in
Documented night check
Feeding of owner provided supplements
Farrier, Vet Appoinment Management
TLC for your horse
Individual tack cubby in one of two heated tack rooms
Individual designated storage space for
trunk, blankets, etc
Proper nutrition is key to feeding any horse but particularly those who undergo
the rigors of training and showing. The farm's feed program is based on excellent quality, plentiful Canadian Timothy
and Alfalfa hay that is analzyed for nutritional content with each incoming shipment. We feed Blue Seal and Purina grain
and the feeding of pelleted, stabilized rice bran (an excellent source of highly digestible fat) is included for each horse.
The feeding of long term unit dose supplements (i.e. Smart-Pak or owner provided baggies) are also included in the board rate.
We strive to provide each horse and rider with the most positive boarding and
training expereince possible. Board includes feeding (free choice Canadian T&A hay and premium grain), pelleted rice bran,
salt blocks in each stall, daily stall cleaning (including plentiful stall bedding), daily fastidious cleaning of water buckets,
blanket changes, minimum half day turnout (individual or with company), wraps removed as necessary, feeding of supplements
and medications, dressing for turnout as neeeded (boots, fly masks, fly sheets etc), documented night check and daily TLC
for your horse.