Hey, barn owners, I have a question for you. Can you tell me what makes a great boarder?
My friend was nice enough to let me board my horse at her place while my husband and I are saving to buy our own place. She isn't charging me much and she is happy to take care of my horse when I can't make it out there. I really want to be a "good boarder" so that no stress is placed on our friendship and she doesn't think she made a huge mistake!
So paying board on time is an obvious. I told her I'd help her out with whatever she needed around the barn. When she isn't at the barn at the same time I am, I'll clean her stalls for her and I clean poo out of the pen. I try to leave things the way I found them, shut doors and gates, etc.
I just want to make sure I'm doing right since she was awesome enough to let me keep my horse there.