Still Water Farm has two barns/arenas containing 26 total stalls and four tack rooms. These hot and cold indoor wash stalls have large cement center aisles. All stalls are fully matted. Still Water Farm has a controlled fly spray system throughout the arena. Blanketing included in boarding costs. We offer grass paddock or pasture turnout and run-in sheds.
We offer customized, quality feed and the horses are fed twice daily. There is no charge for dispensing supplements provided by owners.
We have two outdoor riding rings and a 170 X 100 all-weather riding arena, lit for night riding, with full-course jumps. The farm has 5 round pens with sand footing, and you'll find plenty of pasture and trails for your riding pleasure.
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Just like selecting a house or apartment can impact your quality of life, so does the place you choose to call home for your horse. Finding the right boarding makes all the difference in your equine partner’s health and happiness, as well as your enjoyment of the time you spend there with him.
One of the best things about keeping your horse at our ranch is that the bulk of the work and maintenance falls to someone else, freeing up more of your time to ride rather than do chores. When the weather is bad, someone else is responsible for dealing with frozen water buckets, feeding, and blanketing. If you have to work late or go out of town, someone is there to take care of your horse. If your horse becomes ill or injured, there is someone around to spot it sooner rather than later. The reliable care of good boarding gives peace of mind to many horse owners.
The horse-lovers at Still Water Farm will care for your beloved pet as if it were their own!
Private or group lessons for all ages and skill levels are available through our experienced trainers (call for pricing and more information).
There are many advantages to learning to ride a horse!
Builds Positive Character Traits - Horseback riding teaches responsibility, patience, discipline, understanding, empathy, compassion, self-control, and dedication.
Promotes Physical Health - Riders can develop better reflexes and a sense of balance and coordination, as well as physical strength and it is good cardio exercise.
Problem-Solving - Riders must learn to problem-solve and make quick decisions from the back of the horse.
Psychological Health - stimulates positive psychological feelings, self-esteem, and confidence.
Companionship, Socialization, Healthy Competition, Human-Animal Bond ... and it's FUN!