I got my first horse nearly 35 years ago. Since then, there has rarely been a day that hasn’t both started and ended with a trip to the barn to care for my horses. Now my daughter is getting old enough to take on some of the daily responsibilities of proper horse care. Luckily, she is eager to learn. Any true horseman knows the time and commitment required to keep horses in top condition and even more so when they are aged. We look forward to keeping your horse in good health and allowing him or her to enjoy their well-earned retirement. You can be assured that they will have the nutrition that they need and the company of other animals, no matter which board situation you choose for them. While we do not allow riding on the property, we do welcome visitors by appointment. We use social media and email to keep all our boarders in touch and up-to-date on farm happenings. So even though your horse may be miles away from you, you are still able to keep a good eye on him.