Freedom Equine – Horse Boarding Stable

February 20, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Freedom Equine – Horse Boarding Stable
Ashley Carlson
637 E 950 S #51
Brigham City, UT 84302
Phone: 435-720-2011  

Freedom Equine is offering affordable, customized horse boarding.  Indoor stalls measure 10X16.  Outdoor stalls measure 10X30, with 10X12 covered, and the rest open.  45X90 indoor arena, 100X200 outdoor arena.  Local access to mountain trails only 5 minutes away.  Convenient location.  Base board is $55.00/month for indoor stalls, $60.00 for outdoor stalls. Stall rental and facility use is included.  Full board is $150.00/month if you provide feed, or $225.00/month with alfalfa feed provided.  Locking tack rooms available, trailer parking, turn-out time, covered hay storage.  Friendly environment. 

Affordable horse boarding in Brigham City, UT. (45 minutes North of Salt Lake).  Indoor and outdoor arenas, 10X16 indoor stalls, 10X30 indoor/outdoor stalls, tack rooms, trailer parking, feed storage.  Starting at $55.00/month.

Red Clay Stables – Horse Boarding Stables, Tennessee

January 28, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

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)