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Cedar Haven

Cedar Hill, TX 75104
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Cedar Haven is a Cedar Hill horse boarding and training center. The owner has been running the facility since 2010 and is assisted by a team that includes a fully qualified trainer with over 15 years experience. Owners with problem horses will be interested to know the trainer carries a passion for complicated rides and always looks forward to taming challenging horses. Customers can board their horses in either pastures or stalls.

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Confederate Park Farm

Fort Worth, TX 76135
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Confederate Park Farm is a family owned full-service equestrian center which specializes in both outdoor and indoor horse boarding. The owners tend 20 acres of wooded pasture with three ponds. The Fort Worth farm conducts basic riding lessons for all disciplines and specializes in hunter-jumper dressage for advanced lessons. The farm draws young and old riding enthusiasts. The company also follows the state dressage and hunter-jumper circuits and competes in them.

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Horse Feathers

Midlothian, TX 76065
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Horse Feathers is a Midlothian full-service horse boarding barn specializing in lessons, training, breeding, and boarding for the Morgan horse. The stable's horses have competed and won at local and world championship competitions. The owner and resident trainer boasts 20 years of experience in training horses and teaching riders. The rider lessons cover grooming, tacking up, and riding basics like seat balance and safety. They also conduct invitation-only Saturday camps and unsupervised rides for leisure riders.

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JoMar Farms

Midlothian, TX 76065
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JoMar Farms is a Midlothian equestrian farm specializing in horse boarding and training services. The owner is a self-taught rider and trainer who bought JoMar Farms in 2006. The owner and her daughter, who both are accomplished horsewomen and give Western and English riding lessons while another person manages the property. The boarding facility spots well-tended round pens, lighted dressage arenas, four pastures, and five individual paddocks.

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Lake Lavon Stables

Lucas, TX 75002
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Lake Lavon Stables is a family owned private horse boarding and training facility located in Lucas. It is run by its owner and head trainer whose horsemanship skills were honed over thirty years of horse care experience. The head trainers include legendary horsemen Buck Brannaman, Richard Winters, Chris Cox, George Morris, and Wilhelm Mueller. The popular 25-mile Trinity Trails takes riders through a wooded landscape around Lake Lavon where they can spot several wildlife species.

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Rocking J Stables

Garland, TX 75043
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Rocking J Stables is a horse boarding business in Garland. Complementary to the boarding service are riding lessons for beginners and intermediates. The stables are named after the owner's horse, and it sits on nine acres of land with a creek and riding trails. The boarding facility features 12 camera-monitored stalls, a wash rack, hay loft, tack room, and lighted riding arena. The stables' onsite manager has over 20 years equine care experience.

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Tate Farms

Rockwall, TX 75032
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Tate Farms is a 600-acre horse riding and training ranch located in Rockwall. The farm's horse boarding service comes in three packages: full boarding, pasture, and small paddock care. The expansive ranch hosts events like cattle working and colt starting throughout the year, along with an annual cattle round-up. The event is an annual highlight with a mix of trail rides, picnics, and weddings.

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The Paddocks Stables

Cross Roads, TX 76227
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The Paddocks Stables is a horse boarding center specializing in hunter-jumper horses. The owner of the stables has had a distinguished life, caring for and competing with horses beginning in the 1950s. She moved from England to Panama, through Germany, and eventually landed in Cross Roads in the 1970s where she set up Greenbriar Stables, later renamed The Paddocks Stables. The full care facility has 25 paddocks, ten large pastures, 50 stalls, along with all the modern equestrian amenities.

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Treeline Stables

Parker, TX 75002
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Treeline Stables is a full-service hunter-jumper equestrian center in Parker that was established in 1980. The owners and their four trainers share a combined 100 years equine industry experience. They provide beginner to advanced level training for both child and adult riders. The boarding service offers blanketing during winter and fans to cool the horses during the hot summer months. Treeline Stables hosts ladies’ night cookouts, rodeo outings, karaoke, and pizza parties.

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Trinity River Farm

Fort Worth, TX 76120
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Trinity River Farm is an equestrian farm serving the Fort Worth area that offers horse boarding and training services. The farm teaches horsemanship and English riding to students of all ages, and also hosts educational summer camps and clinics. The boarding service includes cross country jumps and indoor turnout in bad weather, along with full care options like free supplements and run-in barns. The farm hosts events and functions as well.

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Windmill Stables

Richardson, TX 75082
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Windmill Stables is an equestrian center with over 20 years horse boarding and teaching experience. The family owned center in the Spring Park area of Richardson features 30 stalls, two lighted arenas, open riding trails, nine runouts, and large jumping fields. Windmill Stables offers multi-discipline, for all ages and any skill level. The company conducts summer and winter educational riding camps where beginner, intermediate, and advanced campers learn in a safe and fun environment.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Is horse boarding considered farming?

A: Horse boarding is considered farming by the IRS. It’s considered agricultural production when you board or train horses for others. Maintain records related to horse boarding and your farm. Choose an accounting method to follow. Additionally, track all farm business information, such as gas mileage and employment taxes if you hire workers.

Q: How much should I charge for horse boarding?

A: The amount you charge for horse boarding should be based on the type of boarding and service packages you offer. On average, you should charge between $350 and $400 per month for each horse. This can be lower for pasture boarding and self-care packages or higher for stable boarding and full-care packages.

Q: Is boarding horses profitable?

A: Boarding horses can be profitable when approached professionally. Carefully manage records. Buy seasonal items, such as hay, when prices are low to store for off seasons. Offer full-care boarding rather than self care so you stay in control of keeping your stables clean. Offer extra services for an additional fee, such as grooming and braiding.

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