A quiet and private farm near the waters of the Columbia River, we have a four stall barn with pastures on 10 acres. To ensure the best management of the facility, we continually strive for many features including: pasture rotation (mud/grass management), high ratio of acres-per-horse, fence quality checks, and just continual improvements of the facility in general to ensure our horses and people are happy.
We currently do not have any open boarding spots.
Full Care Board includes:
- 24/7 Turnout: Pasture in good weather and dry lot with sand/bluestone footing and covered area in inclement weather. We bring the horses in 2x day for AM and PM feeding.
- 12 x 12 matted stall, cleaned daily
- Eastern Timothy Hay and Alfalfa
- Meals twice a day: owner provides grain and any supplements
- Blanket and Fly Mask Management
- Water cleaned daily
- Salt block provided
- 150′ x 150′ Outdoor Sand Arena
All disciplines are welcome. Owners live on site. Perfect place for a retiring horse or a boarder looking for a quiet and private barn. Trails are available. Training also available, but not required to board.
Whether you’re looking to improve your horses flat work (smoother transitions, halting, balanced circles, building up the topline, etc.) and/or increase their experience and exposure outside the arena, we will work with you and your horse to achieve that goal together. Monthly packages are available and are flexible dependent on the clients needs and budget. Our goal is to not only train your horse, but also bring the rider along in the training so when the horse is brought home after this course, that knowledge stays together as a package.
Recently having permanently moved to the west coast, we are originally from a variety of places with diverse backgrounds. The owners, Michael and Shauna, have collectively lived in a number of places domestically and abroad including living and studying in England, having spent a majority of their time growing up in Southern California and Virginia, respectively.
Shauna grew up with horses in Virginia, eventually training during her competitive years under Lisa Reid in Eventing. The love of this sport stuck with her; it was the combination of the cadence in dressage, the technicality of Stadium Jumping, and the adventure of Cross Country she found that gave such a comprehensive knowledge base and fun experience for both horse and rider.
The owners live and work on site, constantly improving on features of the farm as well as spoiling their animals.