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post #11 of 49 Old 06-27-2008, 06:23 PM
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My barn has 24 stalls. 23 are ocupied. We have a large tack room and feed room. I outdoor ring and indoor. Also four fileds
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post #12 of 49 Old 06-27-2008, 08:21 PM
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my barn has 2 barns. The main one is an 8 stall barn and then there's a 4 stall barn, but the mini donkeys kind of own that one
There are trails near by, 6 large pastures, 1 small one and a square round pen. And a large outdoor arena.

There is also a cleared path around the entire property that you can ride if you don't feel like going on the trails. I love it there :)
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post #13 of 49 Old 06-27-2008, 10:12 PM
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I actually just finished moving my boy to his new barn home this afternoon! I am really excited...the facilites are a lot better than where we are moving from although that is not the reason for the relocation...my instructor/friend will be working at the new barn and other boarders are movung as well.

I would post photos, but I haven't taken any yet! I am going out tomorrow to trail ride around the two miles of trails he has! Maybe I will take my camera with me. In the meantime, visit the website...

http://www.hitchingpostnc.com/
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post #14 of 49 Old 06-28-2008, 12:49 AM
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omg melinda!!! That is amazing!!!!!!!!!! I love that stable
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post #15 of 49 Old 06-28-2008, 10:43 AM
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all that for only $350!! Holy moley!!!

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post #16 of 49 Old 06-29-2008, 11:37 AM
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I pasture board at my new barn for $210/mth. I spent some time there yesterday walking my boy around, trying to teach him how to use the automatic waterers, rode him in the arena (took him a couple times passing the announcer's booth and seeing his reflection in the window before he could smoothly trot by), AND....my favorite part....rode out on one of the trails with a friend! He is also with the two horses we put him with before we moved, so he has buddies and they have a huge run-in.
I think we will like it there!
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post #17 of 49 Old 06-29-2008, 03:13 PM
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^^^^^^^^ ya well that is an amazing barn!
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post #18 of 49 Old 08-08-2008, 09:18 PM
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We are a family owned full service boarding facility on 25 acres in scenic San Timoteo Canyon located in Southern California. We provide custom care and support for each horse to meet the owner's needs in a friendly atmosphere. We have two Trainers on site to help with you or your horses training needs. One Trainer specializes in the American Paint Horse and the other specializes in Arabian horses. The owner of the ranch lives on the property and over sees the day to day care of your horse. The Ranch access is paved from the street to the barn. No dirt roads to deal with!


Standard Boarding Services include:

Feeding two times a day.
Barn and Mare Motel cleaned once a day.
Pipe Corrals cleaned daily.
Variety of hays offered for feed.


Also Include the use of:

Three Arena's
Six Wash Racks
Six turn-outs
Two 45' Bull Pens
One 40' Round Pen
One 60' Round Pen
One Hot Walker
Miles and Miles of Trails with year round water crossings.

Here at Jeffries Heartland Stables we offer several optional services to make owning a horse easy for you and help your horse feel at home.

Optional Boarding Services:

Daily Grain and supplements
Daily Blanketing
Turn out options
Monthly Trailer storage
Short term board

We are willing to customize the care for the comfort of you and your horse.


www.heartlandstables.net
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post #19 of 49 Old 08-09-2008, 10:03 AM
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O geez, I'm feeling slightly un-done! Eventhough I probably pay WAY less then some of you guys. "Besides the ones who own their own barns!!"

I pay $150/m onth for feed x 2 a day. Pasture 24/7. 3- five acre pastures with run ins. 12x12 stalls. Hot/Water wash stalls. Free transport to shows/trail rides that owner goes to.

I'm not sure I have any pictures. Let me look.

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Legend in her paddock.

Legend in the field.

Me riding Legend in the far back pasture.

One last thing I forgot we got tons of riding trails. We also back up to state game land that we can also ride on freely.

Last one is of Legend in her stall looking out at her paddock.

"It's not about waiting out the storm, it's about getting out and dancing in the rain."
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post #20 of 49 Old 08-09-2008, 06:37 PM
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Wow, you guys have amazing barns!
My barn I board at does not have an actual barn. There is just pastures with a large shelter in each . There are 5 grass pastures. 3 are smaller and two are quite large. My horse is in the biggest. There are two round pens and a huge arena with a calf return, nice trails and a field. It is only 40 acres but I love it and its like a huge family there. No one new has come to board in a long time, and the boarders/leasers are all friends, its just awsome, and somewhat exclusive, lol. I love it.

This is my horse in the arena, all the dirt is the arena. Its pretty big lol.
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