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Cougar Mountain Stables

Renton, WA 98059
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Cougar Mountain Stables offers a variety of services for horses and riders at its Renton, WA facility. These services include horseback riding lessons, horsemanship skills training, obstacle training, horse training, and boarding. Cougar Mountain's full-care boarding offers access to over 75 acres and two barns. The team provides medication administration and many amenities. For an additional fee, owners can take advantage of Cougar Mountain's "Wellness Program," which includes trims, wormings, standard vaccinations, and more.

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Derby Farms

Woodinville, WA 98072
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Pamela T. Pentz has been the owner, trainer, and manager of Derby Farms for over three decades. Today, Derby Farms offers horse breeding, riding lessons, horse training, and boarding in Woodinville, WA. Boarding facilities include a covered, Olympic-size arena, an outdoor sand arena, grooming area, and a heated tack room. In addition, Derby Farms promises to clean stalls daily and has a 24-hour on call vet and farrier.

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Equine Life Solutions

Bothell, WA 98012
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Equine Life Solutions offers horsemanship training and horse care at its Bothell, WA facility, Holly Farm. Services include riding lessons, owner education, and horse training and boarding. Holly Farm is able to accommodate most custom boarding needs and has a staff of qualified vets, farriers, chiropractors, and massage therapists on hand to accommodate any and all needs. Equine Life Solutions stresses its holistic approach to services and strives to strengthen the emotional and physical relationship between horse and rider.

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Grateful Pine Farm

Snohomish, WA 98290
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Grateful Pine Farm is a horse boarding and training facility in Snohomish. The farm offers 17 acres of space, a lighted, outdoor sand arena, an indoor arena, many stable options, grooming area, a mountain trail, obstacle course, and more. Qualified horsewomen with decades of experience, provide performance and dressage training. In addition, Grateful Pine Farms hosts educational clinics and events.

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Leigh Mesher of Patterson Creek

Redmond, WA 98053
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Leigh Mesher of Patterson Creek Equestrian Center has been training horses and riders for over a decade. She has been riding horses and competing since childhood. Now, her 40-acre facility in Redmond provides horse boarding and training to the horse lovers of Washington. Patterson Creek offers training for riders and horses of all ages. In addition, the center provides full-service boarding in modern facilities with both an indoor and outdoor arena. Patterson Creek Equestrian is located by Soaring Eagle Park, which has plentiful horse trails to enjoy.

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Overlake Farm

Kirkland, WA 98005
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Overlake Farm is s horse boarding facility located within Bridal Trails Equestrian Park in Bellevue, WA. It is the oldest horse farm in the city and has served horses and their riders for close to seven decades. Overlake Farms offers both pasture boarding and full-service boarding with a daily turnout. The historic farm also hosts summer camps, where children from 5 – 11 can gain horsemanship and experience farm life.

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Ravenswood Farm

Issaquah, WA 98027
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Ravenswood Farm is a husband and wife owned horse boarding and training facility located about ten minutes outside of Issaquah, WA. The farm has been in the hands of the original owners for nearly two decades, and the daughter of the owners is now the on-site manager, making this a family business. Ravenwood Farm offers 25 acres of space and a staff of trainers with decades of experience between them. Boarding facilities include an indoor arena, an outdoor arena, jumps, a grass or dirt turnout, wash racks, blanket changes for horses, and two meal and hay changes daily.

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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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