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Horses and their owners will find our stabling arrangements very convenient. The boarding barn is separate from the lesson barn and located in close proximity to all riding arenas.
The farm is gated and the manager/instructor lives on the premises.  


Each stall is12x12ft and rubber matted. Boarders have their own tack room and a hot & cold water wash bay. The barn also features a built in ventilation system and concrete aisleways. There are several areas for boarders to gather, relax or enjoy our breathtaking sunsets. We even have an outdoor fire place and BBQ grill.


We feed the horses twice daily and provide high quality feed and hay. If your horse needs supplements, you supply those and we will give the supplements during feeding time. We will also blanket your horse(s) at no additional charge. Our farrier makes weekly visits and we have a vet on-call, however you may use your own farrier and vet if you prefer.

Honeysuckle Farm has several large pastures for turnout. During the summer months, we bring the horses in during the day and turn them out at night; when it is cooler. During the winter months, we reverse that.

We have multiple areas available for riding: a large outdoor arena, a newly constructed covered arena, an oversized round pen and 50 acres of beautiful trails. We are considering building a small cross country course in one of our fields.


We are a non-competitive, family-oriented barn and we like our boarders to enjoy their horses as much as we enjoy ours. We accept any riding discipline and any breed of horse and kids and ponies are just as welcome.

The full board is $475 per month for a single stall. We do not offer pasture board.

We do not accept stallions, cribbers or windsuckers. All horses should be well behaved and not dominant or aggressive towards humans and/or other horses.