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What does your boarding stables offer?

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        06-03-2008, 01:51 PM
    Wow, you all have nice places!!

    -The barn where I board Hal has about 25 stalls, most of them are 12 by 12, some 12 by 16, and three about 12 by 8 or 10 pony stalls for the very little guys.
    -There are a variety of different paddocks and sizes available. Some smaller board paddocks for those horses that need to be bubble wrapped (there are some that aren't very bright I must say) some huge paddocks on the back 40 that are HUGE. And some medium sized ones.
    -daily turnout, blanketing, booting, etc.
    -hay a few times daily (I'm not even sure how many times, but a good amount)
    -grain 2 times daily
    -fresh water 2 times daily and multiple top offs on hot summer days
    -medium sized indoor arena,
    -heated lounge
    -heated tack room
    -HUGE outdoor arena
    -many different jumps available
    -grooming supplies, coolers, tack, all available
    -great coaching
    -stalls cleaned daily, some bedded with shavings, some with straw.

    And SO much more that I can't even think of it!!
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        06-03-2008, 02:47 PM
    Galant your stables look really nice!! :)
        06-04-2008, 08:44 AM
    Thanks for sharing so much

    Wow. I almost did not open this thread because I do not have a stable OR a horse. We ARE still getting ready to start up with riding lessons for my son, very soon.

    What I learned from you is a LOT about what to expect at the stables and some things to use when I am comparing them.
    That is so cool. And very helpful.

    And the photos are terrific, even the momma cat.

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