Mid september is not all that far in the future, and you are smart to start thinking about it now. You can do some "homework" in your free time, like browsing here Virginia Equestrian.com
. It doesn't begin to compare with the Equiery, in MD, but it is a start. I found my boarding place on Craigslist, but you have to be careful with that and may need more experience. If you don't know all the "ins and outs" of your horse, like exactly what he/she eats, amount of turnout, how much grass/hay he/she needs etc, get familiar with that now, and prepare to take at least one bag of feed with you to transition your horse over to what the new place feeds if needed. Lots to think about and plan.....but it is fun, and Virginia is such a horsey place it is wonderful.