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FourB Farm

Sun Prairie, WI 53590
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FourB Farm is a Sun Prairie facility that offers clients riding lessons, horse sales, and boarding. Rough board and stall board is available and staff is there 24/7. Some of the amenities are stall cleaning once a day, six days per week, a heated tack room, indoor arena and lit outdoor arena, trainer and instructor on hand, a deworming schedule, farrier and vet visits, fresh water daily, and a groomed trail.

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Liberty Stables

Verona, WI 53593
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Liberty Stables is a Verona horse training facility on 20 acres that offers lessons, training, leasing, horsemanship classes, and boarding. The facility offers rough board and stall boarding which requires enrolment in their lesson program. Liberty Stables has a heated indoor arena and an outdoor arena, a round pen, indoor wash racks, and a groomed riding trail. Clients remark on their passion and the atmosphere.

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4.8

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Little Lake Stables LLC

Rio, WI 53960
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Little Lake Stables LLC is a Rio facility that has been serving clients for over 18 years. Boarding is available which includes daily turnout, water, hay, and bedding. Owners can supply supplements. Feed options include rice bran, standard 12% “sweet feed,” straight oats, senior, and low starch. Some amenities at Little Lake Stables LLC are indoor and outdoor arenas, wooden tack lockers, oak box stalls, a convalescing pen, and outside tie rail for horse bathing or tacking up.

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Pine Dance Ranch, Inc.

Lodi, WI 53555
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Pine Dance Ranch, Inc. is a Lodi equine boarding and training facility that is suited to recreational or trail horse owners. Boarding options are group rough board and private rough board. Some of what is included are twice daily feedings of quality hay, manure cleanup in paddocks, miles of private horse trails, turnout in grassy pasture every day, grain feeding, professional trainers on site and a trail obstacle course, and large outdoor areas and solid wall round pen. Pine Dance Ranch, Inc. provides a laid-back, friendly place for clients and boarders to share in their love of horses. Clients appreciate the trails and the welcoming environment.

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Pine View Stables

DeForest, WI 53532
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Pine View Stables is a DeForest family farm that has been serving clients for over 18 years. The farm offers horse boarding with stalls that are cleaned every day and horses are turned out in pastures most of the year, and in a dry lot with hay in the winter. In the winter the stalls have buckets and in the summer, automatic waterers. Sheltered rough board and stall board are available and include trailer parking and access to the riding areas.

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4.5

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Prairie Sport Horses

Sun Prairie, WI 53590
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Prairie Sport Horses is a Sun Prairie hunter/jumper stable that is located on 52 acres of farmland. The stable offers lessons, horses for sale and lease, and boarding. Boarding options are basic stall board, premium board for show riders and families, and pasture board. Basic and premium board come with additional fees for lessons. The pasture boarding has an optional lesson fee. Available services include farrier and vet visits, grooming, medical care, and horse transportation.

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4.9

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The Farm/Tracy Porter

Milton, WI 53563
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Tracy Porter is a Milton horse trainer who provides clinics, coaching, and lessons along with boarding at The Farm. She offers pasture and stall board with 25-acre pastures and stalls with full ventilation and an automatic waterer. Most of the stalls have access to outside and there are extra-large stalls available. A fully insulated indoor riding arena with pea gravel footing and an outdoor riding arena with sand footing are available. There is also access to road riding, open and wooded trails, and fields. Private tack lockers and hoof trimming are offered. Tracy has a training DVD available for sale as well as tack.

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Three Gaits, Inc.

Stoughton, WI 53589
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Three Gaits, Inc. is a Stoughton therapeutic horsemanship center that has been serving clients in Dane County and surrounding areas for over 32 years. The organization is tax-exempt and nonprofit and aims to provide people with intellectual, emotional, or physical challenges therapies and activities that are equine assisted. Along with therapeutic programs, Three Gaits, Inc. offers boarding. Some boarding amenities include a large outdoor arena, an indoor riding arena, a wash rack, safe electric fence, a 1/3-mile trail, lessons, grass turnouts, and a picnic pavilion. The stalls are cleaned every day and horses are fed three times daily and dewormed and vaccinated regularly.

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Triple K Stables

Oregon, WI 53575
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Triple K Stables is an Oregon facility that sits on 80 acres and has been serving clients for over 40 years. Along with horse training, riding lessons, and horse transportation, Triple K Stables provides stall and rough boarding. There are different sizes of stalls, twice daily feedings of hay and rolled oats, daily turnouts, weekday bed-back stall cleaning, and bedding. A multiple stall board discount is available.

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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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