BOARDING

Contact property owner Max Lamoreaux for more info and stall availability. Call or text  (480) 612-5333
 

Our facility has large stalls that are cleaned daily 6x per week, and alfalfa, grass or mixed pellets are fed 2x per day. 

 

We have 3 stall options: 14x18 covered, 14x36 covered &  2 barns with stalls that have outdoor runs as large as 20x40.

 

We also have lots of amenities, including:

 

• large 150x300 arena with lights

• 2 round pens & wash rack

• individual tack closets

 

Our program also has a "School Horse Program" which can lower board to as low as $200mo and adds many free perks like exercise, turn-outs, daily supplements (1lb grain, Source micronutrient powder, flax seed, weight builder, electrolytes, and any owner provided sups), fly masks and regular fly spray, clipping, bathing & of course lots of TLC in exchange for letting the horse be used in our lesson program (approved horses only).  Contact Danya for more information on the "School Horse Program".   
 

LEASING

Horses are available to lease by students only.  Once students have demonstrated understanding of the basics of horsemanship, they may be approved to lease one of our horses. 

 

Our goals in leasing are to develop the bond between rider and horse that only comes from additional time together outside of lessons, to give our horses additional love and care, and to give our students additional practice time and joy. 

 

Horses know when it is there job (lesson time) and when it isn't (leisure riding).  We have lots of horses and can't spend enough leisure time with them all, so we offer very inexpensive leasing to students who are ready for the responsibility of caring for a horse. 

 

Leasing includes unlimited use of our equipment and the horse when it is not in lessons.  It also includes first choice of that horse for lessons and events.  If the horse is put up for sale, the leasing student also has first refusal of the option to buy that horse.  In addition, discounts for horse usage at outside events are given to leasing students.

Leasing also includes a second choice horse.  If the first choice leased horse is being used, the second choice alternate may be taken out instead.  If both horses are being used, then an instructor may assign another alternate horse.

 

Leasing is month-to-month, so no contract is required; however, if a student ends a lease, then that horse is available for lease to someone else. 

 

Cost:  $120 mo plus lessons (four minimum = $180)

 

If a student has less than four lessons per month, the $300 is still expected or the lease is terminated.  If vacation or sickness or whatever prohibits taking the regular four lessons, then arrangements for make-up lessons are always available, and make-ups never expire.