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Boarding and Training Facility! Year Around/Seasonal
For the FIRST TIME Bocoy Stables is opening up to the general public for Boarding and Training!
Bocoy Stables is a beautiful, peaceful barn in Loxahatchee that prides its self on TOP quality care for your horses.
We are a Full Care facility only. (Dry Stall available seasonally only)
We have a mirrored and lighted arena
Full Fanned Barn
Matted Stalls
Hot/Cold water on watch racks
National Champion Trainer on staff
Equine Massage Therapist on staff
17 Stalls/9 Pastures/Tack Room/Feed Room/Office/Indoor tack and wash area/ 5 tack and wash areas in total
CEM Certified
Adult only Facility (18 and under must have an adult with them)
Training in Dressage(up to Grand Prix), Hunter/Western Pleasure, Saddle seat, Show Hack, Young Horses, and problem horses.
Lessons available
We are also the home of the Budweiser Clydesdales

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