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Best Horse Boarding Facilities in Miami, FL

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11970 Southwest 64th Street, Miami, FL 33183 Rating

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4.5 (23)
5.0 (5)
5.0 (1)

Why choose this provider?

Miami-based business Gold Stirrup Show Stables, LLC. provides horse boarding services to clients. The company's Regular Full Board package includes horse feeding in the morning and afternoon, lush grass acre paddocks, supplements, medication, food, and a stall with run-in cleaning. The Full Care Boarding package, on the other hand, includes everything in the Regular Full Board package with additional services such as mane pulling, daily grooming, trimming, tack cleaning, basic wound care, and deworming medication.

Homestead, FL 33032 Rating

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4.9 (36)
5.0 (9)

Why choose this provider?

Redland Equestrian Center brings 40 years of horse experience to Homestead boarding clients. Horses can graze on six seeded pastures on 12 acres, stay in 12x12 stalls, and have access to auto waterers, an exerciser, round pen, sand arena, and concrete wash racks. Full-board, part board, and pasture boarding are available, and staff will administer supplements as well as grain provided by the owner free of charge. Horse owners enjoy an air-conditioned tack room with Wi-Fi, picnic areas, and affordable fees for grooming, training, and exercising. The owners live at the center, leasing is available, and people also visit Redland Equestrian Center for tours of the working horse farm, horseback riding tours, school and corporate agricultural learning, birthday celebrations on horseback, pony rides, and petting farm tours.

Miami, FL 33177 Rating

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4.8 (14)
5.0 (9)

Why choose this provider?

Sports Horse Stables is a Miami horse boarding center. The newly renovated facility is located on 10 acres and features a 26-stall CBS constructed barn, stalls with mats, fans, and automatic waterers, 10 large turnout paddocks, a schooling arena, main 180x 240 arena, a five-acre Grand Prix Jump Field, and round pen. Owners can customize packages to fit their exact needs, and professionals are on hand to help plan a proper feeding and turnout schedule as well. Sports Horse Stables also sells and leases horses, offers various lessons for all levels, trains students for show, and runs Summer Horsemanship Sessions as well.

Southwest Ranches, FL 33331 Rating

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5.0 (9)

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The British Barn boards horses in Southwest Ranches. The equestrian center provides full board with daily turnout for all breeds including 12x12 stalls with fans and automatic waterers, orchard/alfalfa or timothy/alfalfa hay three times a day, preferred grain twice a day, supplements and medications as required, salt block, and twice daily stall cleaning. Horse owners also have access to two wash racks and a sand riding arena for jumping and dressage, and custom requests for individual horses can be catered to. The British Barn offers private and group riding lessons every day of the week, show training, horse and pony sales, Saturday day camps, and summer camps as well.

Compare our Top Horse Boarding Facilities

NameExpertise RatingAddressPromotionsLearn more
Gold Stirrup Show Tables
11970 Southwest 64th Street, Miami, FL 33183
Redland Equestrian Center
Homestead, FL 33032
Sports Horse Stables
Miami, FL 33177
The British Barn
Southwest Ranches, FL 33331


  • Introduction

    Choosing a horse boarder is a unique type of business transaction because it can become a long-term partnership. The boarder can become the person your horse relies on for care and attention when you’re busy. Additionally, the boarding facility becomes your horse’s home, so you want it to be safe and comfortable.

    Things to consider when choosing a boarding facility include the level of care your horse needs and how much you can comfortably spend on boarding. The amount of time you have available to take care of your horse is also a consideration. This detail is due to the types of care packages boarding facilities offer.
  • What is horse boarding?

    Horse boarding is when a horse farm provides a place for a horse to stay and manages its daily care in exchange for a fee. Some boarding facilities also provide medical care for horses. Boarding provides a way to be a responsible horse owner for someone who doesn’t have a safe place to keep a horse.

  • What are the different types of horse boarding?

    Horse owners can choose from two main types of boarding. The types are pasture boarding and stall boarding.

    • Pasture boarding does not include access to a stall.
    • Stall boarding provides horses with a place to sleep indoors.

    In addition to the two main types of boarding, there are different levels of care offered by some breeders. The levels of boarding care offered include:
    • Full care
    • Partial care
    • Self care

  • Why board a horse?

    Boarding a horse is usually chosen to enhance its well-being. Horses need room to run and play as well as a safe place to sleep. Additionally, horses need care, such as grooming and training, that take time. Horse owners who aren’t able to provide those things can choose to board horses at places that offer those things.

  • Where to board a horse?

    To find a place to board a horse, check online listings to understand what you can expect from each facility. Additionally, consider checking classified ads online or in print to find boarding facilities. Choose one that’s conveniently located so you can visit your horse frequently.

  • What is a horse boarding stable?

    A horse boarding stable is a place that rents out stable space and room for horses to run. It’s a service for people who don’t have room to care for their horses. It can also be used by people who aren’t able to give horses the care needed to be healthy and happy.

  • What does boarding a horse include?

    Boarding a horse usually always includes a safe place for a horse to sleep and a pasture area where it can exercise and eat grass. Some boarding facilities offer full-care packages while others offer partial packages that let owners choose the level of service they want.