Your horse is part of our family here. We feed Nutrina and Poulin grain, and our own farm made hay that is a mix of Timothy , Alfalfa , clover and grass . Our hay is tested yearly and is fertilized . We feed twice daily and horses are all checked during the day and evening before bed. Your horse can come for the day, week , or by the month.
-24/7 turnout with Run In Barn
-Beautiful Wood Fence with Electric
- heated Automatic water
-our own hay, or grass
-Nutrina Balance feed
- use of stalls, hitching posts
-large 200 by 150 ft riding ring
-60 ft round pen
- liability insurance
Price is $350 per month , or $12 daily per horse.
*Life and injury insurance , Farrier and veterinary care are the responsibility of the owner.
Any additional grain or supplements must be provided for by the owner . Handling, Training, lessons are $30 hourly. All breeds are welcome. Stallions welcome for additional charge of $100 per month. We do our best to pair your horse with others of similar nature.
Full Board is now offered! With full board, your horse will be in a stall each night and will be put outside during the day. Our stalls have rubber mats and we will use shavings for bedding, that will be cleaned daily. Cost is $450 for the month.
“I board both of my horses at Melissa's Edge of Time Stables and highly recommend her stable . I have been so happy with the daily care and riding opportunities there. There is always someone to ride with out on the many trails or in the large arena. She is always so willing to help with training questions . Her knowledge is immeasurable . We are like one big happy family !!! “
“Great down to earth place to keep your horses. Melissa is extremely knowledgeable and I feel comfortable leaving my horses with her. Miles and miles of trails make for amazing riding.”
“Wonderful, peaceful farm! My horse absolutely loved being here and was taken very good care of. The owners are wonderful and tentative to all of the horses on the farm. The outdoor riding ring is great and there is an abundance of great trails! Had I not moved out of state I would still be boarding my horse here.”