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Horse boarding can seem like a scary prospect. This is your good friend—perhaps your best friend—and as much as you love him you may not have the room to keep him with you, or you have had to move away from a more spacious property and can't take him to your new home. On the dark side, perhaps you or your friend have had a bad experience with some other stable, or you've heard horror stories from someone else, and you hesitate to jump into anything you aren't absolutely sure of.

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Here at Double H Stable, horse boarding is available to a limited number of horses. It's limited in part to ensure that we don't take on more than we can handle and to guarantee that we can give your horse the high-quality care he needs and deserves. Unfortunately, we don't offer strictly field boarding, but we do provide excellent care for all equines in our barns—including some time outdoors for leg-stretching and a change of scenery—and we can easily customize a boarding plan to fit your horse's specific requirements.The following are some questions you may have about boarding with us, to which we're happy to provide answers. If any of them confuse you, please don't hesitate to contact us and ask for clarification!

1.) What kind of boarding do you offer?
We offer stall boarding only—we do not field board.

2.) Are there leases to sign? What do they entail?
We lease on a month-to-month basis at a cost of $400 per month; however, we do offer a discount for multiple horses boarded by the same owner.

3.) What if something happens and I need to make changes to my lease?
If you are currently boarding and your circumstances change, we require thirty days' notice.

4.) Is insurance needed? What kind and how much?
No. We pay $6,000 each year to insure for the care and custody of horses.

5.) What are the health requirements for horses being boarded?
Prior to bringing your friend to Double H Stable for stall boarding, you will need to:

a) prove that he or she is up-to-date on all shots, and
b) present current proof of a negative Coggins test.

6.) What is a Coggins test?
The Coggins test is named for Dr. Leroy Coggins, who developed the test in the 1970s to determine whether a horse was infected with the virus that causes equine infectious anemia (EIA), also known as 'swamp fever.' Equine infectious anemia is a highly contagious and devastating disease spread by biting insects (usually horseflies). It has an estimated fatality rate of thirty to fifty percent, but not all horses that carry the disease show symptoms—and symptoms that do show are not specific to EIA—which is why a Coggins test is so vital.

Please understand that there is no vaccine for EIA. While relatively rare in the modern day, the control of this disease is the result of strict laws regarding Coggins testing and the horse owners who not only comply with those laws but take their own steps to protect horses. We at Double H Stable hope that you, as a horse owner and horse friend, understand the danger posed by EIA and do your part to prevent the spread of this disease. One Coggins test typically costs thirty to fifty dollars, which we think is a small price to pay to ensure that our beautiful four-legged friends stay safe and healthy.

7.) Are veterinary and farrying services provided by Double H Stable?
We do not provide veterinary or ferrying services; however, you are welcome to be part of our rotation. Boarders pay for any veterinary or ferrying needs, though there is no charge for holding your horse.

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8.) What kind of hay and grain is provided? What about supplements?
Our grains are Triple Crown Senior, Sport Horse Plus, and Omega Plus from the Southern States Legends line, as well as Southern States’ Reliance (textured) feed. Our hay options consist of second-cutting orchard grass, alfalfa, timothy, and mixed hay.

If you have any specific supplements you'd like your horse to have, you must provide them to us—we're happy to administer them during the regular feed schedule free of charge.

If you have your own preferred feed or some other food concern, please let us know and we'll do our best to work with you.

9.) Does the boarding fee include storage?
We provide individual lockers for boarders to store their tack and other horse items, and have a specified location for you to park your trailer, all at no extra charge.

We are low-key and drama-free—we will work with boarders to ensure their horse is well cared-for, so when you call to discuss boarding, please let us know of any special accommodations your horse needs., Please look over the box below to learn about our rates and what's included with a typical horse boarding at Double H Stable. Note that for separate fees, we do also offer riding lessons for riders of all levels as well as horse training to help you get a handle on a difficult horse or just to keep your friend in top form while you're away.If you're ready to board with us or have any questions about what you see, feel free to call us at (540) 636-4523 or send us an email and we'll get back to you as soon as we can.

Includes:

  • Quality hay and grain
  • 12x12 matted stall
  • Ample turn-out daily
  • Blanketing
  • Administering supplements
  • Use of riding ring with jumps and access to approximately 250 acres of trails

*Please note that we do not offer a field boarding option

The following are some questions you may have, to which we're happy to provide answers. If any of them confuse you, please don't hesitate to contact us and ask for clarification!

1.) What kind of boarding do you offer? Are there leases to sign? What do they entail?

We offer stall boarding only—we do not field board. We lease on a month-to-month basis at a cost of $400 per month; however, we do offer a discount for multiple horses boarded by the same owner. If you are currently boarding and your circumstances change, we require thirty (30) days' notice of any cancellations.

2.) Is insurance needed? What kind and how much?

No. We pay $6,000 each year to insure for the care and custody of horses.

3.) What are the health requirements for horses being boarded?

Prior to bringing your friend to Double H Stable for stall boarding, you will need to a) prove that he or she is up-to-date on all shots, and b) present current proof of a negative Coggins test.
4.) What is a Coggins test?

The Coggins test is named for Dr. Leroy Coggins, who developed the test in the 1970s to determine whether a horse was infected with the virus that causes equine infectious anemia (EIA), also known as 'swamp fever.' Equine infectious anemia is a highly contagious and devastating disease spread by biting insects (usually horseflies). It has an estimated fatality rate of thirty to fifty percent, but not all horses that carry the disease show symptoms—and symptoms that do show are not specific to EIA—which is why a Coggins test is so vital.

Please understand that there is no vaccine for EIA. While relatively rare in the modern day, the control of this disease is the result of strict laws regarding Coggins testing and the horse owners who not only comply with those laws but take their own steps to protect horses. We at Double H Stable hope that you, as a horse owner and horse friend, understand the danger posed by EIA and do your part to prevent the spread of this disease. One Coggins test typically costs thirty to fifty dollars, which we think is a small price to pay to ensure that our beautiful four-legged friends stay safe and healthy.

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5.) Are veterinary/farrying services provided by Double H?

We do not provide veterinary or ferrying services; however, you are welcome to be on our rotation. Boarders pay for any veterinary or ferrying needs, though there is no charge for holding your horse.

6.) Hay/grain/supplements?

Of course, your horse's food needs are of utmost importance. Our grains are Triple Crown Senior, Sport Horse Plus, and Omega Plus from the Southern States Legends line, as well as Southern States’ Reliance (textured) feed. Our hay options consist of second-cutting orchard grass, alfalfa, timothy, and mixed hay.

If you have any specific supplements you'd like your horse to have, you must provide it to us but we'll administer them with the regular feed schedule free of charge.

If you have your own preferred feed or some other food concern, please let us know and we'll do our best to work with you.

7.) Does the boarding fee include storage?

We provide individual lockers for boarders to store their tack and other horse items, and have a specified location for you to park your trailer, all at no extra charge.
Ajax (The Grey)

17 Years Old Flea bitten Grey – Quarter Horse

Ajax, also known as “The Grey”, is an intermediate level riding horse. He was previously used as a pick up horse for rodeos in Colorado, and is now learning to slow down his pace for our easygoing trail rides. He loves his friends and is rarely seen far from them.

Belle

13 Years Old Dappled Grey – Arabian Appaloosa

Belle is an intermediate level horse. Yet, many of our more advanced riders favor her because of her speed and agility.

Choco

1337x watch the wolf of wall street movie online free 123movies. 19 Years Old Liver Bay – Quarter Horse

Choco is an intermediate level horse. He is a little paranoid of anything new and tends to think that everything is out to get him. Yet, once he understands what is expected of him and that there is no danger involved, he is quick to please his rider and do what is asked of him.

Joey

27 Years Old Red Roan – Appaloosa

Joey is a beginner level horse and an intermediate jumper. He is known as “the camel” because of his high withers, the funny faces which he sometimes makes, and his love to lie play hide and go seek by lying down in his stall. He tends to be sort of a sleepy old fellow because beginners usually ride him. Yet, if someone manages to wake him up, he can go VERY fast!

Mufasa

20 Years Old Chestnut – Halflinger Pony

Mufasa is a beginner level horse. He is sometimes affectionately called, “Fatso” by the kids who come to the farm because he is always eating and is very reluctant to exercise. Yet, once he does pick up his pace, he has one of the smoothest cantors of all the horses on our farm.

Razz

25 Years Old Grey – Appaloosa

Razz is one of our beginner horses. He is known for making funny sounds and acquiring the skill to untie ropes with his teeth. He also chews on other horses’ saddle blankets when he is bored.
Toby

25 Years Old Flea bitten Gray – Appendix

Toby is an intermediate level horse, who is known for turning his head to give hugs to people whom he likes. He has super floppy ears and gets a long with almost everyone. His pace is usually very smooth and slow, but he also can pick up the speed if someone asks him to!
Angel of Hope

28 Years Old Palomino – Quarter Horse

Angel is a beginner/intermediate level horse. She is a favorite for our riding camps, and there are many children who specifically request to have her for their lessons. Angel is very picky about her choice of friends, and she likes her space. So, we usually put her at the front or the back of our trail rides with other horses whom she likes.

Bud Lite
Cutter

24 Years Old Bay – Quarter Horse

Cutter is a favorite on the farm because of his ability to adapt to his rider’s experience level. With beginners he is slow and gentle, with intermediate riders he easier picks up the speed without too much encouragement, and for our advanced riders he knows some dressage moves.

Lando

16 Years Old Bay – Quarter Horse

Lando is the newest addition of our horses to the farm. He was purchased on May 7th, 2017. He was a running champion for rodeo team roping in Colorado four times.

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Oakley

23 years Belgian Draft Palamino Gelding

Oakley is the biggest horse on our farm! He is our “go to” horse when we have someone ask “How big can I be and I can still ride?” The answer: 375 pounds!
Reubik
Russo (Kuro Kishi)

8 Years Old Black – Gypsy Vanner

Russo is the youngest horse on our farm. His nickname is “Kuro Kishi” which means “Black Knight” in Japanese. We have only been riding him for a few months, and he has become quite responsive to our commands. He is now considered an intermediate horse, but he has to get more used to everything before we let customers regularly ride him. He loves attention from people and will follow whomever comes to visit him all over his pasture. If you walk, he will follow you at a walk, and if you run he will also pick up his pace to match yours!
Set Free (Cyns Mystique Dream)
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19 Years Old Bay – Egyptian Arabian

Set Free’s official name is “Cyns Mystique Dream”, yet that has been kept quiet until now! He is an intermediate level horse who is rather forward and has has a lot of energy. At the same time, he is very sweet and sensitive. He prefers to have riders who are gentle in the reigns with him.
Apache

15 Years Old Dappled Grey – Arabian Appaloosa

Apache is one of the newest additions to our farm. He was was not fully trained when we purchased him and is currently being ridden only by our farm hands.

Chief
Daisy

19 Years Old Red Dun – Quarter Horse

Daisy is an intermediate level horse. She is quite gentle, but will often pick up a little speed if she ever gets behind the other horses. She is more sturdily built than most quarter horses, and as a result of this, she is able to carry people up to about 300 lbs.

Jackson

19 Years Old Bay – Quarter Arabian

Jackson is the favorite horse of our farm owner. He is a very energetic horse and is very experienced with responding to whatever his rider asks of him. One characteristic which he is known for is that when he gets really excited he tosses his head a lot and tends to throw slobber back on top of his rider.

Liberty

20 Years Old Blue Roan – Quarter Horse

Liberty is a beginner level horse. She is a favorite for many of our summer camp kids, and they sometimes call her “The Mule” because of her extremely long ears.

Rosy

15 Years Old Chestnut – Quarter Horse

Rosy is a favorite for beginner and intermediate riding lessons. She is an great jumper and excels in many horse games. She can be affectionate as long as she knows you, and she respects people who tell her firmly what they want from her.
Sugar

18 Years Old Chocolate Palomino – Shetland Pony

Sugar is a favorite with kids who come to the farm for pony rides because of his size and gentle mannerisms. We also have some young students who have taken lessons with him. We don’t usually let him go on our trail rides though because he can be stubborn and loves rolling in water.
Tucker

19 Years Old Bay – Polish Arabian

Tucker is a beginner level horse for trail rides, but at an intermediate level horse for lessons. He likes a loose reign. If you are gentle with him, he will be gentle and docile towards you. If you pull on him a lot, he will pull back. He seems to think of it like a game of “Tug O War”! Since he does this, some people say that his name should be “tugger” instead of Tucker.
Tshakhana

31 Years Old Bay – Polish Arabian

Tshakhana (shack-on-a) is the one horse on our farm whose name almost no-one can spell correctly. As a result of this, many people look for her bridal under the letter “S” instead of “T”. It is believed that her name has a Russian background, and hence the confusion. She is one of our most highly requested horses for lessons as she is very responsive but does not move too quickly.