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Boarding Your Horse

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  • 12' x 12' indoor stalls w/thick rubber mats
  • Stalls cleaned twice daily
  • Daily turnout available
  • 12' x 60' Run for each stall
  • Large private accommodating tack lockers
  • Blanketing/unblanketing in winter (for an additional fee)
  • Use of entire facility
  • Twice daily feedings
  • Supplements fed when supplied by owner
  • Mandatory Deworming Schedule
  • Shelter for pastured horses
  • Wash rack w/rubber mats and hot/cold water

Boarding Prices (Effective 4/1/2017)
Horse Boarding Stall Board (Includes 4 lessons per month) $750/month
Electricity for Fan $20/month
Pasture Board (Includes 4 lessons per month) $450/month
Paddock (pasture/pen w/no buddies) $650/month
Stall Fee for Pasture Boarder $10/night
Stall Fee for Layover $25/night
Trailer Parking $25/month
Barn Hours
Summer Hours (Effective in April when the time changes till the time changes in October)
½ hour before it is light until ½ hour after it gets dark (approx. 6:00 am - 9:00 pm), except on weekends when the barn closes at 7:00pm for feeding.
Winter Hours (Effective in October when the time changes till the time changes in April)
Monday - Friday: 7:00 am - 8:30 pm
Saturday & Sunday: 7:00 am - 6:00 pm

Stable Rules:
  1. No persons will be allowed to ride a horse or pony on Gallery Farm premises before signing a waiver.
  2. No horses are allowed on the premises without a current (within a year) negative Coggins.
  3. All persons 17 years and under must have adult supervision while riding a horse at Gallery Farm. All others are encouraged but not required to have another party (someone capable of following the emergency procedures and giving the appropriate instructions/directions) present on the premises while riding their horse or pony. Other alternative: Text someone that you are about to ride and text again when finished riding. Those under the age of 18 years are not to jump their horses outside a lesson.
  4. Riders may jump the cross country fences in the pastures only while being instructed in a lesson. Riders under 18 years old may not jump period unless while in a lesson. No exceptions!
  5. All riders must wear shoes w/heels and a helmet while riding. A helmet with a secured harness must be worn while jumping a horse.
  6. Boarders and students must leave the premises as they found them each day. This includes cleaning up manure piles in saddling areas, picking up pulled mane and tail hairs, putting away tack, etc.
  7. Horses are to be tied in the cross ties, at the hitching rail located in the wash rack or to posts within the barn. At no time is a horse to be tied to the bars of the stall.
  8. All boarders will be assigned a locker in the tack room of the barn. Please keep all your horse equipment and belongings in your locker. All other items will need to be taken home. Keep your locker locked with the provided key at all times when not using the locker. Each boarder will also be given a key to the tack room. The tack room will be kept locked from 10:00 p.m. until 8:00 a.m. on weekends; from 10:00 p.m. until 8:00 a.m. on weekdays; and any other times that is it deemed that no one will be using it. If you arrive and the tack room is locked, please lock it before leaving the premises.
  9. Boarders and students are welcome to keep food and beverages in the refrigerator but it is your responsibility to put your name on it. All food items must be dated. If food is over one week old it will be thrown out.
  10. Put your name on as much of your equipment and horse belongings as possible. Help stop the confusion!
  11. Safety first!