Terry Teeples Boarding Stables – Horse Boarding Stable, Utah

February 20, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Terry Teeples – Horse Boarding Stable, Utah
P.O. Box 93
450 North 200 West
Willard, UT 84340
Phone: 801-349-6101
Web Site:

Boarding Stable

24 indoor 12×12 Barn Stalls
40+ outdoor Covered Stalls
6 12×12 Stallion Stalls
4 riding arenas
3 riding tracks
Breeding barn
3 round rings
Turn-out Corrals
10 minutes From the Golden Spike Fair Grounds
Lessons, Trainers, and Rehabilitator Available
Only 15 minuets from Ogden
Easy access to local trails
1 mile off I-15 (exit 357)
Ample trailer parking
Owner Occupied

Terry Teeples is proud to bring you 15 acres of diversity and beauty. Nestled in the trees is this equestrians dream.

Full-care Board: twice daily feedings of high quality hay, fresh water & cleaned stalls daily. No additional charges for turn-out services and feedings of your own provided supplements.

We offer:
Monthly Full-care
Overnight Full-care
-Discount at nearby hotel for boarders.
Training People and Horses
AQH Race Stallions at Stud
Onsite Leasing
Family Atmosphere- no smoking or drinking allowed.

Campbell Farm – Horse Boarding Stable

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Campbell Farm – Horse Boarding Stable
Jessica Campbell
2387 North Fort Lane
Layton, UT 84041
Phone: 801-774-6557 
Alt Phone: 801-628-0161 
Web Site: 

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Campbell Farms is a family owned and operated horse farm and horse boarding facility located in Layton, Utah. Campbell Farms is the home of Gaslight Hurricane, our Welsh Pony Section A stallion. We produce high quality kids ponies that are well mannered, of good temperament, and have good comformation. Welsh ponies make great crosses with any other breed to enhance different disciplines.

T.W.O. Horse Farm – Horse Boarding Stables, Pennsylvania

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T.W.O. Horse Farm – Horse Boarding Stables, Pennsylvania
3989 Parestis Rd
Barto, PA 19504
(610) 845-0003

T.W.O. Horse Farm is the reality of what was once just a name.  Here, my husband Jerry  and I are working to put into practice a dream of having our own place to operate as we see fit. We work hard to keep our farm  and horses in good condition. We are pleased with the quality of the foals we have produced. They are people friendly, good looking and well built horses. We breed Foundation bred FPD horses and those by our former stallion have just a bit of Arabian blood for good measure. Claude Thompson, the founder of the ApHC, recommended using Arabians in breeding programs to help improve and refine the bloodstock available during his time. We do not believe that Appaloosas were ever intended to be another kind of spotted Quarter Horse which is what seems to be so prevalent today.