A Program Designed for the Best
We have a great boarding program which we formulated to ensure the optimal care for your equine companion. We’ll tell you why your horse will love us so much and never want to leave. We understand that not one size fits all and that applies to the rule of taking care of horses as well. We have our daily routine and promise that your horse will get special attention throughout each and everyday. Because at HHA you’re not just a number you’re family.
Your horse will love our indoor board package. First off, the barn is heated, which will pamper your guy/gal every winter night. To make sure they’re absolutely comfortable, we’ll change their blankets when they get into the barn into a cozy stable blanket or whatever you provide. In the morning we will bundle them up before they go out. We have the option of single turn out or herd turn out, whichever fits the horse’s needs.
We believe that good nutrition creates a strong healthy foundation for every horse. After all, you are what you eat. To back up our belief in nutrition we feed only the best grain. We have three different options of Tribute grain am/pm and feed hay 2 to 3 times daily depending on what’s needed. If you would like us to give your horse supplements in their grain, we will be happy to feed whatever is provided or give them their medication. If you have questions about supplements, we will be happy to help you create a nutrition plan that fits your horse.
To make sure that all of our horses are happy and healthy we ask that all boarding horses are either in a training program or a lesson program.
The wild winds called to her soul and through the ground she felt the thundering hooves of freedom.— Shikoba
A Horse’s Day @ HHA
- Waking up in a comfy cozy stall to a tailored breakfast
- Tons of fresh hay will be provided
- Being warmly bundled up before facing the snowy winter day
- Being turned out with friends or single turn out (upon owner’s request).
- Pasture play time
- Lunch hay may be provided depending on if breakfast hay is completely gone
- Pasture play time
- Being brought in for a customized dinner
- Being switched into cozy stable blankets