Shawni Oaks Stables – Horse Boarding Stables, Tennessee

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Shawni Oaks Stables – Horse Boarding Stables, Tennessee
Sevierville, TN
(865) 414-9554

Shadow Ridge Farms – Horse Boarding Stables, Tennessee

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Shadow Ridge Farms – Horse Boarding Stables, Tennessee
115 Henderson Rd
Jackson, TN 38305
(270) 293-4431

Runaway Farms LLC – Horse Boarding Stables, Tennessee

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Runaway Farms LLC – Horse Boarding Stables, Tennessee
Kingston, TN 37763

Here at Runaway Farms, we pride ourselves on the quality care and attention to detail that our staff and facility provides for our clients; both human and equine. When we opened our barn doors in 2002, we knew that people would be impressed by what we had to offer.

After years of boarding at different farms and stables, both private and commercial, we were basically just fed up. No matter where we went, we just could not find a place that met all of our needs as horse owners. First and foremost we wanted our horses to be taken care of properly. We wanted daily turnout in a safe area, a regular feeding program including high quality grains and forages, as well as a knowledgeable staff who would spot problems quickly and fix them. We also wanted a safe and clean stable environment, a nice place to ride and work our horses, and safe places to store our equipment. Of course, we needed a place that had reasonable rates. These requirements became the basis for our operation, and they are what sets us apart from other boarding stables. We put the horses and their owners first! We take our jobs seriously, and do our very best to provide our clients with the quality care, peaceful atmosphere, and safe, clean, and functional facilities that they need. Our philosophy is pretty simple; we give you peace of mind by caring for your horse the way you would if it was your full-time job.

We offer Full-Care Boarding to ensure the health and safety of all the horses under our care. The following services are included under full-care board:

   ~ Stalls completely cleaned daily, picked throughout the day, and re-bedded as needed
   ~  Water buckets scrubbed clean and re-filled daily
   ~  Customized feeding plan created specifically for your horse
   ~  Three daily feedings on a regular schedule, additional feedings by special request
   ~  Quality grass hay provided as needed
   ~  Daily Turnout in groups or in private paddocks (subject to availability)
   ~  Clean, fresh water always available in turnout areas, hay provided when needed
   ~  Blankets and boots put on or taken off as needed
   ~  Supplement Feeding (provided by clients)
   ~  Basic grooming for health or safety (cold hosing for hot/sweaty horses, dirt removed before blanketing, hooves picked when packed with snow or mud, etc.)
   ~  Use of farm veterinarian, chiropractor, and farrier by appointment
   ~  Horses held for vet/farrier/chiropractor by prior arrangement only
   ~  Administration of occasional medications, treatments ordered by vet, dewormers, vaccines, flyspray, etc (provided by clients)
   ~  Extensive or long-term care for injury, illness, or recovery should be arranged, and may necessitate additional fees.

We provide 24-hour on site supervision to ensure the safety of the horses, and to provide peace of mind for our customers.

Ridgemor Farm Inc. – Horse Boarding Stables, Tennessee

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Ridgemor Farm Inc. – Horse Boarding Stables, Tennessee
405 Roddy Branch Road
Rockford, TN 37853

Ridgemor Farm, Inc. is nestled in the foothills of the Smoky Mountains in East Tennessee. The farm started with the primary focus being promoting and preserving the Cleveland Bay, a rare and endangered breed. We hope to do this by showcasing the athleticism and the versatility of the breed in the show ring. We also have Cleveland Bay/Thoroughbred horses for sale, also known as Cleveland Bay SportHorses. These crosses have proven their athleticism in the international arena. We have a very limited breeding program for these SportHorses and hope to begin a limited purebred breeding program as we develop our farm.

In January, 2008, we expanded our operation by leasing an additional 100 acres one mile from the original farm. . We took over a boarding program in place. In additon, we added a trainer, Joni Scates (formerly Howington), who gives lessons, trains horses, and has horses and ponies for sale. To learn more about her, visit the Training/Lessons link. Tally Mock cares for the horses, which are checked over once or twice a day, depending on their location. Tally is excellent at picking up injuries which helps us provide superb care of the horses. We have a wonderful working relationship with Countryside Veterniary Services who will come out and evaulate an injured or sick horse whenever we need them. Other veternarians are allowed to be used if boarders have a preference. The horses are on a regular worming program and the farrier comes out regularly. We are looking into adding services such as tacking and grooming for interested boarders. We also plan to have Holli Adams, renowned AA circuit hunter/jumper trainer, visit often for clinics.

Red Clay Stables – Horse Boarding Stables, Tennessee

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Red Clay Stables – Horse Boarding Stables, Tennessee
1251 Weatherly Switch
Cleveland, TN 37311
(423) 432-9836

Equine facilities include acres of pastures, John Lyons round pen,
a wash bay with heated water, numerous paddocks, 14 stalls, 3 barns,
riding arena with professionally designed footing and drainage,
beautiful white vinyl fence for the primary pastures and paddocks.
The property borders Bowater’s tree farm which gives access to
extensive riding trails.

Discount Stall Board
$250/month – Initial check needs to include first month’s board and a security deposit equal to one month’s board plus fees for any optional services requested.
Includes up to 2 meals per day, stall rental, and pasture turnout. With discount stall board, the horse is fed in the stall and stalled during freezing weather but otherwise is turned out in the pasture.
Included meals currently consist of a mixture of 14% protein Advantage pellets, oats, oil, and Clovite mineral supplement.

Self Care Pasture Board
Pasture board horses are provided pasture during the summer and about 1/2 bale hay per horse per day as needed from December 1 till April 1. Anything beyond that is the owners responsibility. Keyed tack space is provided in the barn designated for the pasture boarders. Pasture boarders may use the arena and trails, but full boarders have priority. Please note: while many horses do very well on pasture board, some horses are not suited to pasture board, especially if they are worked regularly.

Overnight Board
$20/night for overnight boarders. Boarders to supply grain and hay the horse is accustomed to eating.
We don’t have full RV hook-ups, but you can park overnight here and hook up to our water and electricity for fifteen dollars per day.

Transportation to RCS
For horses located within a 25 mile radius of RCS, we will pick up your horse and transport them to RCS for a flat fee of $25. You are responsible for loading and unloading your horse.

In the case RCS elects to provide additional services such as the following, fees will be negotiated.
· Bathing and Grooming
· Blanketing
· Extra Tack Space
· Grooming
· Handling Fees for Vet or Farrier (not including Vet or Farrier fees)

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