If you’re not lucky enough to keep your horse at home, finding a boarding barn that is a good fit for you and your horse can be … a lot. Here are five things to consider as you begin your boarding barn search.
Finding the a boarding barn that is a good fit for you and your horse can be stressful. A way to ease that burden is by asking the right questions before you bring your horse to a barn. Here is a brief list (hah!) of things you can ask at a potential boarding barn. (more…)
In this Q & A, Armand Leone, Jr. of Leone Law offers advice about whether or not you should offer boarding at your barn for extra income. (more…)
For those of us who are lucky enough to board at a great facility, it’s easy to take for granted all the things that go into our horses’ care.
Finding the right boarding situation is imperative to your horse’s well-being and your peace of mind. Know how to recognize the tell-tale signs that a situation is not the right one for your horse. (more…)
Boarding at a “bad” barn can be devastating to your horse, your mental state and your bond with your horse. However, there are lessons to be learned from it. Here’s what my experience taught me.
Because for all the reasons that exist to get kicked out of the boarding barn, there are an equal number of reasons that it might be time to leave on your own.
Carla Lake’s post How to Stay on Your Barn Owner’s Nice List was a big hit last week, but as reader James Powell points out, it works both ways. (more…)