Boone Creek Farms is a hunter-jumper facility in Zionsville that boards horses. The company's amenities include large grass fields, outdoor and indoor arenas, heated tack room, and all-weather turnout paddocks. Some of the farms' horse boarding services are morning and evening feeding, weekly bucket scrubbing, and the administration of basic first aid and medications. Boone Creek also hosts summer and Saturday horseback-riding camps, and it provides leasing services to equestrians of all levels.
Zionsville, IN(317) 695-4868
Bradley Training Stables is a six-acre facility in Middletown that provides horse breaking, finishing, and boarding services. The company's full-care boarding rate is $300 per month, and the amenities include a large pasture, indoor and outdoor arenas, paddocks, and a barn with 12 stalls. Bradley Training Stables gives riding lessons, and its website has a shopping cart for gift certificates and merchandise like hoodies.
Middletown, IN(317) 509-9067
Bridle Oaks Farm is a horse boarding service provider in Whitestown. The barn accommodates equine guests on a daily or monthly basis, and monthly boarders enjoy daily turnouts on good weather, standard feed, ample space in the heated tack room, and the use of the outdoor and indoor arenas. Clients are requested to bring any special supplements and medications for their animals. Bridle Oaks Farm also sells and leases horses, and it provides lessons and rides.
Whitestown, IN(317) 769-3483
Buck Creek Farm Indy is a facility in Indianapolis that boards horses of any type. The camp offers care for a day or a week that includes clean and safe stables, daily walks and feedings, and “lots of petting and love.” Buck Creek Farm Indy also provides dog boarding, as well as bed and breakfast for human guests, and its property yields fresh produce, garden plants, and cut flowers that are for sale.
Indianapolis, IN(317) 862-0003
Collier's Lane Farm is a horse boarding and training facility in Sheridan that is owned and operated by a multi-awarded equestrienne. The farm's amenities include an outdoor arena with all-weather footing, a well-lit indoor arena, a climate-controlled tack room, tack stalls with rubber mats, and wash racks with cold and hot water. The boarding horses can enjoy grass pastures for turnout, front hay fields, well-bedded and ventilated stalls, professional care, and other indulgences. Collier's Lane holds shows and lessons regularly.
Sheridan, IN(317) 867-5554
Come Again Farm is an all-season dressage and eventing facility in Sheridan that opened in 2005. The company boards horses, and its services include twice-daily feeding, stall cleaning, daily turnout in small groups, and the full use of amenities. The 40-acre farm has indoor and outdoor arenas, a galloping track, multiple turnout fields, warm-water wash stalls, and accommodations for riders and other guests. Come Again Farm also offers group and private lessons in dressage, cross-country, and stadium jumping.
Sheridan, IN(317) 371-4688
D-n-K Horse Farms is a 23-acre equine facility in Danville that offers boarding and training services. Some of the farm's amenities are arenas, heated and non-heated stalls, wash rack with hot and cold water, and a group pasture area. D-n-K also provides human guests with portable bathrooms, a viewing room, a heated lounge with Wi-Fi and TV, and venues for parties and other special occasions.
Danville, IN(317) 539-5114
Dan Hobyn Stables is an equine facility in Greenwood that provides horse boarding services. The monthly boarding fee schedule has $450 for a stall measuring 10 square feet, $475 for a 10' x 12' stall, and $500 for a 10' x 15' stall, and the packages include feeding, twice-daily watering, daily haying, group turnout, and other services. The stables also offer riding enthusiasts the opportunity for instruction and competition in English riding and horse management. Dan Hobyn gives military discounts.
Greenwood, IN(317) 888-7050
Genesis Equestrian Center is a ranch in Noblesville that boards and trains horses. The facility has stalls with windows, and a regular board costs $425 per month. Genesis conducts classes, and it sells horses as well. The center also has a hotel for transients, and it charges $25 per night.
Noblesville, IN(317) 690-9307
Grandview Stables is an equine facility in Indianapolis that boards and trains horses. The 33.5-acre facility has a fully equipped and furnished 60-stall barn, warm-up and show rings, a training track, and several other amenities for the horses and their owners. Grandview has been training champions since 1952, and it is a member of industry organizations like the United States Equestrian Federation, United States Hunter Jumper Association, and Indiana Hunter Jumper Association.
Indianapolis, IN(317) 691-8686
Grey Stone Equestrian Center is a facility in Lebanon that is part of IRUS Stables. The center offers owners “excellent care for their horses through boarding,” and its amenities include an adequately furnished barn with 40 regular stalls and double-sized stalls for stallions and larger horses. Grey Stone's owner and head trainer obtained her bachelor's degree in Animal Science from Purdue University, and she has more than 25 years of experience in riding and training horses.
Lebanon, IN(574) 360-5953
On the Rail Farms is an equine facility in Fortville that opened in 2002. The farm offers horse boarding services, and its amenities include a lighted indoor arena with dust control, an outdoor dressage arena, a grass jump field, rubber-matted stalls, secure tack lockers, and 30 acres for roaming. The farm also has a flex-rail fence, as well as a break room and a viewing room that are heated. On the Rail Farms gives lessons, and it hosts summer camps.
Fortville, IN(317) 937-7572
Open Door Equine is a camp in McCordsville that offers horse boarding services. The facility has amenities like indoor and outdoor arenas, and a boarding isle with a wash stall, hay loft, and a bathroom with hot and cold running water. Open Door Equine offers riding opportunities for retired and active military personnel, as well as their families, and it provides therapy programs for special-needs and at-risk students. The camp also holds corporate team-building activities that involve horses as facilitators.
Mccordsville, IN(317) 416-8632
Southport Equestrian Center is a facility in Southport that offers horse boarding services and riding lessons. The full-care boarding fee is $350, and this includes the feeds, health checks, daily turnouts on one of the 11-acre farm's several pastures, and supplies like blankets and fly masks. Clients can call to ask about the center's individualized care plan.
Indianapolis, IN(317) 289-4439
Star Stables is a boarding and training facility in Indianapolis that opened in 1985. The farm has front and back pastures, a paddock, and a range of indoor amenities where the horses can stay in case of severe weather conditions. The barn has 34 stalls that each have a turnstile feeder, a heated bucket for winter, a fan for summer, rubber matting under the sawdust, and an automatic lighting system. Star Stables gives riding lessons, and it hosts pony parties.
Indianapolis, IN(317) 258-6405
Swinging M Stables is a horse boarding facility in Cicero that has 20 acres of pasture, a lighted outdoor arena, an indoor arena with a heated observation room, and other amenities. The manager has more than 30 years of professional experience, and some of her past work has involved overseeing a Girl Scout camp barn and training race horses. A client says of the manager, “[She] is very knowledgeable about dietary and vet needs, [and] pasture management...”
Cicero, IN(317) 758-1140
Taylor Turn Stable is a horse boarding service provider in Indianapolis. The facility has separate barns to protect the health of the boarders and to keep these safe from situations like fire. Some of the stable's amenities are lush pastures for grazing, stalls with rubber mats and appropriate utilities, and heated water buckets. Taylor Turn Stable offers riding lessons, and it hosts events like the Western Dressage Clinic.
Indianapolis, IN(317) 250-2603
Travis Creek Farm is an equestrian facility in Greenwood, which has “pristine grounds and tranquil settings” that are suitable for boarding horses of any breed or discipline. The 16-acre ranch has five turnout options, and its amenities include a barn with a heated viewing lounge, fireplace, kitchenette, and restroom. Travis Creek offers individualized instruction for riders, and it accommodates requests for haul-in use of the arenas.
Greenwood, IN(317) 532-7119
Treesdale Farms is a stable in Carmel that is part of Lucky Farms. The facility offers horse boarding services at $700 per month, and the price includes feeding, basic grooming, trimming, mane pulling, turnout, blanketing, stall cleaning, and laundering of supplies like saddle pads and wraps. Treesdale holds lessons and shows, and it is a member of industry organizations like the United States Jumper Association and the Indiana Hunter Jumper Association.
Carmel, IN(317) 872-5175
Willow Acres is a boarding stable in Mooresville that has more than 20 years of experience in providing horse care in a natural environment. The farm has indoor and box stalls that can be transformed into foaling stalls, an outdoor arena, and a solid-wall round pen. Willow Acres assists foalings, from ponies to drafts, and it also takes in rehabbed race horses and competition companions. The stable's human crew has experienced four-legged assistants like dogs and pigs.
Mooresville, IN(317) 690-4554