Nearly all horses are turned out 24/7, unless other arrangements are made. This is much healthier for the pregnant mare and young horse. Mares that are within a month of foaling out are stalled at night as are mares with foals less than a month old. Layups are housed as per vet instructions. All visiting horses are stalled during inclement weather. I don’t like my horses out when it’s lightening - and we will treat your horse like it’s one of our own!
Main Barn: 2004 barnmaster barn with twelve 12 x 12 stalls. Amenities include: tack room, wash rack (hot and cold running water), utility room with washer, dryer and bathroom.
Mare Barn: Newly installed six 12 x 24 stalls. Wash rack (hot and cold water) with stocks. The mare barn is fully monitored with infrared cameras in every stall. In addition, each pregnant mare wears an EquiPage monitor.
Turnout: We have 3 paddocks available for mares and foals as well as mares that are here to be bred. Our pastures are a coastal/bermuda mix. Stallions will have their own field (almost an acre) as well as a stall. We also have 2 smaller pens available for layups that require a smaller space for limited turnout. All horses in stalls or small paddocks are fed hay 3 times a day.
Full grooming is available. Otherwise, we just give them a quick brush-over in the morning.
Because we give such individualized care, space is limited. Book early!
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