• 3 heated barns
• 10 x 12’ stalls
• Grooming area
• 2 wash stalls
• Lockers for clients
• Saddle tack room for clients
• Heated indoor riding arena, 136 x 60’
• Heated lounge with viewing area of indoor arena
• Large outdoor arena
• Small group and individual turnout


Horses are fed morning hay followed by their morning feed ration in their stall. We start with morning alfalfa to get the digestive system of the horse working before we add feed. Research shows that horses fed in this manner have fewer GI issues like ulcers. Horses are meant to be grazers and have a small amount of food in their system throughout the day. We strongly encourage our clients to provide a Nibble Net for their horse’s stall. This allows the horse to “graze” all night long. The Nibble Net mimmicks the ripping action of horses natural grazing habits and prolongs the amount of time it takes a horse to eat it’s hay. This also provides an alternative to stall vices as the horse can eat instead of crib, weave, etc. We’ve used Nibble Nets for many years and love the results. Our feeding program consists of free choice hay and the Progressive Nutrition Balancer.  The Balancer supplements the nutrients that are not found in hay, thereby 'balancing' the horse's diet and eliminating the necessity for store bought supplements.  We have fed this program for over a year and the difference in the body condition of the horses is truly amazing.  This is a top-of-the-line feed program that we are very happy with.  Clients may provide their own feed if that is their preference. We have a nutritionist on-call to answer any questions our clients might have.

Horses are turned out each day for the well-being of the horse. Horses were not meant to live in a stall and we believe that it’s essential for the physical and emotional well being of the horse to be outside as much as possible.
Small group and individual turnout available.
- Morning hay is fed outside.
- Evening meal is hay followed by evening feed ration.
- Vaccination clinics conducted by Anoka Equine.

Vet Clinic: Anoka Equine
Farriers*:  Jeremy Hoffman & Stephen Hendrickson
*Outside vet and farriers allowed, but client must be there to hold horse or charges apply.


Stall board: $525/month
Individual turnout add: $50/month
Horse clothing: $30/month
Worming: $10/time, includes wormer
Handling for vet: $20/hour, $20 minimum
Handling for farrier: $20/hour, $20 minimum
Hauling: $1.25/mile, $100 minimum plus $50 hookup fee
Hauling for procedures: $1.25/mile, $100 minimum, plus $50/hour
Foaling out a mare: $400, plus board
Halter breaking foal:
Mare & Foal Board:
$225, plus board
$700, prorated; Foal feed extra, prorated
Seller Agent Fee: 15% of sale price at time of sale