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Triple M Equestrian Farm – Horse Boarding Stables, Tennessee

February 2, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Triple M Equestrian Farm – Horse Boarding Stables, Tennessee
110 Puncheon Camp Rd
Bell Buckle, TN 37020
(615) 419-8484
renee@boardingandtraining.com
www.boardingandtraining.com/

ALL BREED FACILITY
60 X 120 Indoor Arena
100 x 200 Outdoor Arena
12 X 12 Morton Custom stalls
Separate Mare and Foal Barn
Roundpens
All new obstacle course including
platform, see-saw, bridge and more
Trails
10 Turnout paddocks and pastures

Full Board: $275
stall (cleaned once daily)
daily turn-out
blanketing (owner provided)
Fed Twice daily (Nutrena SafeChoice
and grass hay)

Complete Care Board:  $400
stall (cleaned twice daily)
daily turn-out
groomed daily (coat groomed,
mane/tail brushed, feet picked out)
worming every six weeks (included in board cost)
farrier trim/shoe every six weeks (included in board cost).

Stonewall Stables – Horse Boarding Stables, Pennsylvania

January 17, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Stonewall Stables – Horse Boarding Stables, Pennsylvania
 231 Bertolet School Rd
Spring City, PA 19475
(610) 469-1841
SeyfrieC @aol.com
www.stonewallstables.com/

Situated on 19 acres in scenic Chester County, PA, Stonewall Stables is conveniently located at 203 Bertolett School Road, Spring City PA, near the intersection of Routes 100 and 23.

Services:
Services offered include various levels of boarding from self-care to full board. To ensure adequate quality pastures and small herd sizes the capacity of the stables is limited to 14 horses. This ensures uncrowded use of the indoor and outdoor arenas and trails. The small herd sizes allow safe handling and interaction between animals. Horses are individually walked to and from their pastures allowing for routine monitoring of their condition. Feed and hay are of the highest quality and are adjusted according to each animal’s nutritional requirements. Dietary supplements can be added at the owner’s request. In some cases solitary turnout can be arranged. Local professionals provide veterinary and farrier services. Owners are also permitted to use their own.

Facilities and Instruction:
Riding is safe and fun in the 95’ x 120’ indoor mirrored ring or in the lighted open-air dressage ring. When weather permits an outdoor jump course is both challenging and fun for all level of riders. Many beautifully wooded trails and meadows complete the all around riding setting that surrounds Stonewall Stables.

Individual and small group instruction can be provided by local trainers. Advanced training and specialized riding instruction can also be arranged according to the rider’s interests and abilities. A nominal fee of $15 per hour is charged for visiting horses using the riding arenas. A limited number of day use and monthly access passes are also available for nearby residents.

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