Horse Boarding | Equine Obstacle Course | Basic Trail Workshops | Cowboy Trail Camp Basics | Pony Rides in 2020
We are in the heart of Kentucky within riding distance of the vast and sprawling Daniel Boone National Forrest. This National State Park has so many features suitable for all visitors to the area. Some features of the area include approximately, ninety five miles of groomed and maintained horse trails, and Cave Run Lake which features boating, water sports and attracting fishing enthusiast from around the country.
Give us a call and schedule an obstacle course for your horse groups in 2020. We offer tack also!
We offer short term or long term boarding and overnight stabling. With long term boarding, the Equine Obstacle Course will be included.
We have immediate openings for 1 or 2 horses for full care board. Riding distance of the Sheltowanee Trail, Salt Lick, KY. Just around the corner from White Sulfur Horse Camp and Rudy's Ranch.
Whatever your reason Equine Obstacle Courses are becoming a fast and popular sport among riders from all walks of equine disciplines. A great way to showcase your trail horses skill level and trustworthiness on the trail.
We practice Natural Horsemanship training and Judge with the Equine Trail Sport Association. You can rest assured that you will receive the best of proven basic skills that can build a solid foundation and enhance your relationship with your Equine partner.
Tour of Horses
Looking for something new to do why not take a ride to the country bring the family and spend a short time visiting with the horses..Offering for the 1st. time staring spring of 2020 small groups or families will be welcome at the farm to visit, greet & interact with the horses .. Each tour will include enlightening information about horses and a short hand led pony ride for the kids.. Most tours will be approximately 1 hr. in duration (weather permitting)
Owner, Sheila Hunts passion for horses was instilled at a very young age and she has continued to follow that love of the equine species throughout her lifetime. From showing Western Pleasure and Halter shows to riding hundreds of miles exploring the Canadian and American Equestrian Trails. She participated in various Rodeo events and driving cattle. Horses have always been a big part of her life! She offers these other services.
NOTICE: All Boarders require a Negative Coggins Test Required. The Kentucky Department of Agriculture requires a negative Coggins or similar test for equine infectious anemia and a valid certificate of veterinary inspection. KRS 257; KAR 302 20 .040, .065.