What makes Windhorse International different?

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Each day begins with hay and a brief physical check of the horses. We allow a minimum of 30 minutes to eat hay before feeding a customized grain program to ensure the grains maximum absorption. Once fed and "suited up and/or sprayed" for the season the horses are turned out. We have very flexible turnout schedules and customize them for each horse, allowing for short turnouts, long turnouts, day turnouts and/or night turnout options.

Horses are fed hay and/or grain around noon time each day (customized if needed to allow for noon time riding). During fly season all horses are re-sprayed at lunch to minimize potential irritation. In the afternoon when they are brought in for the evening they are given a complete examination. Checking for bumps, abrasions, heat, swelling, dehydration, and their feet are picked. Legs are hosed if muddy, and fly masks are hosed off if muddy or dusty. All problems are notated in a daily log book that is maintained on each horse.

Dinner (hay and grain) is fed in the late afternoon, again customized as needed, and a final feeding is done at night check each evening.

Windhorse International will act as coordinator as needed with owners, trainers, farriers and veterinarians. Most services are included in the full board price so there are no surprises at the end of the month.

 

Windhorse International Features

 

•  All New Construction  •  Full Time On Site Supervision  •  StableComfort Mats  •  70 x 200 Indoor Dressage Arena      •  TravelRight Footing    •  Heated Wash Stall       Heated Tack Room with Kitchen, Full Bath and Individual Tack Lockers  •  Outdoor Round Pen  •  Rubber Aisleway Pavers  •  Grooming Stalls  •  Fire Alarm System  •  P.R.E. Breeding and Sales

Windhorse International Boarding Options for 2014

Full Board: Please call for pricing

Multiple horse discounts available, so bring a friend!

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• Feed grain up to three times per day to maintain horse's optimum weight, hay is fed four times per day
• Ample supply of fresh water, water and feed buckets are cleaned daily
• A clean stall - cleaned multiple times per day as needed
• Turnout, including boots and blankets as needed, weather permitting and safety taken into consideration (i.e. heavy mud, ice, etc.)  

• De-Worming as needed (cost of medication is not included)
• Use of Indoor arena 7 days a week 7 A.M. - 9 P.M.
• Discounted outside trainer arena fees
• In the event your horse becomes sick or injured, our staff is available to handle any special needs that may arise, including medications, bandaging, changing dressings, rehabilitation, etc. Most basic health services are included in the full board price, supplies will be added to your monthly bill.

Basic Board: Please call for pricing

•Feed grain up to three times per day to maintain horse's optimum weight, hay is fed four times per day
• Ample supply of fresh water, water and feed buckets are cleaned daily
• A clean stall - cleaned multiple times per day as needed
• Turnout, weather permitting and safety taken into consideration (i.e. heavy mud, ice, etc.) an extra charge will be applied for boots and multiple blanket changes
• Use of Indoor arena 4 days a week

Exercise Board: Please call for pricing

Includes all of the services shown under Full Board plus:
• In-hand exercise, lunging or riding three times per week

Grooming board:    $10.00 per day

• May be arranged on a Per Diem basis

Private Training Sessions:

• Training available with Lynndee Kemmet

Special care for injured or sick horses:

• In the event your horse becomes sick or injured, our staff is available to handle any special needs that may arise, including medications, bandaging, changing dressings, rehabilitation, etc.

Additional Services and Consultations available:

• Massage (human and horse)
• Nutrition (human)
• Exercise/stretching for the rider
• Chiropractic (human and horse)
• Meditation for Rider classes