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Elk Pass Ranch

Newman Lake, WA 99025
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Elk Pass Ranch offers Spokane-area clients services in horse leasing, boarding, cowboy mounted shooting lessons, trail rides, pack trips, and overnight stall rentals. The facility has full-service boarding for long and short-term stays. Special discounts are available for CMSA, MSA, WSHA, and SASS members.

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Kruger Ranch

Rathdrum, ID 83858
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Kruger Ranch serves Spokane area clients through horse boarding, breeding, training, lessons, clinics, overnight stabling, and more. Boarding offers stalls, pipe panel pens, and large paddocks for daily turnouts. Clients can request special care for injured horses and veterinary services as needed. Kruger Ranch specializes in a select group of stallions, with a variety of disciplines and breeds, for mare owners to consider breeding.

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Pam’s Paddock

Otis Orchards, WA 99027
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Pam’s Paddock boards horses within the greater Spokane area. Boarding packages include two feedings a day of grass and alfalfa, constant fresh water, 12x12 stalls with 12x20 runs, daily cleaning and fresh shavings, and daily turnout in three acres of irrigated pasture. The facility also grooms, clips, bathes, and braids horses. Training is available for weanlings, yearlings, and behavioral issues.

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Prairie Sky Equestrian Center

Spokane, WA 99224
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Prairie Sky Equestrian Center serves areas around Spokane and offers various horse care and boarding assistance. The center is accessible through strategic transport points and strives to maintain a safe, clean, and healthy environment for horses. The facility provides horse lessons, training, clinics, and dressage services through amenities such as stalls and tack rooms. It also has an indoor and outdoor arena, a round pen with sand footing, and a groomed bridle path for various activities including horse shows.

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Spokane Dressage

Spokane, WA 99224
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Spokane Dressage is an equestrian dressage training facility based five minutes from downtown Spokane. Clients in full dressage training may board their horses at the facility. Horses are given individual paddocks with shelters and stalls. The facility also offers two turnout pastures, a dressage arena, 60-foot round pen, and access to Palisades Park trails.

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Valley Chapel Farms

Valleyford, WA 99036
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Valley Chapel Farms is a full-care horse boarding facility near Spokane with scenic riding trails overlooking Latah Creek. The facility includes a 70x140 indoor arena, two outdoor arenas, one round pen, and an obstacle course. Horses are kept in large pens with shelter, BarBarA automatic waterers, free fed quality hay, and horse-safe fencing. An instructor with 30 years of experience is also available to provide training and lessons in a wide range of disciplines.

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Westar Ranch

Spokane, WA 99224
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Westar Ranch is a horse training and boarding facility near Spokane serving Eastern Washington clients. With over 100 acres, the facility offers several barns, white fenced pastures, and three indoor arenas: 91x200 with deep sand, 60x120 with dirt, and 60x90 with stalls attached. Trainers are available for free rein therapeutic riding and equestrian sports.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is horse boarding considered farming?

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.

How much should I charge for horse boarding?

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.

Is boarding horses profitable?

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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