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Horse Boarding and Training

Horse boarding and training facilities offer a variety of services for horse lovers. Their stables are kept clean, horses are given time outside in pastures to graze when weather permits, and are trained by professional instructors for sport. Large ranches provide full service boarding and training lessons for riding, jumping, and dressage. Clients with a competitive streak can train their horses for equestrian shows in Western and English styles. Turnout and training lessons vary by price and instructor.

Since horses do not like to be kept inside, boarding facilities must have outdoor areas for horses to graze. In addition to giving horses shelter, many facilities have trails for their owners to ride on, provide riding lessons for all ages, and host equine shows. Each boarding and training facility has their own list of services that they provide for horses, including having stables for rent. Information on services is available online or by speaking with an employee.

Equine boarding and training farms hire employees who enjoy working with the horses. Some hire instructors for day camps with children who are interested in learning how to ride and care for horses. Employees clean the stalls and provide maintenance work when needed. They may prepare an outdoor arena for an upcoming show the facility is holding. Others provide information to horse owners who are interested in taking out a lease for one or more of their stables.

Horse trainers often start as an assistant to a trainer to learn how to get horses to break bad habits, and horse psychology, personalities, and health. They work to establish a strong show record to show potential clients. Trainers must be prepared to get hurt while on the job and must teach riders the way to behave around a horse to decrease the chances of getting badly hurt.

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Creekside Stables
1 review: *****
2777 Old Dallas Road, Marietta, GA 30064
(770) 426-8821 Write review for this local business

"I noticed rats stealing horse feed from the corner feeders while the horses are eating. Unsafe junk beside the barn. I noticed that some fences were down. Very unsanitary and not kept up. Major fire hazards. I would never bring my horse there. ..."
Grove River Ranch Write review for this local business
345 Hickory Flat Drive, Gillsville, GA 30543
(706) 677-0072  
Our facility features horse trails, campground with hookups, and rental cabins. We can even offer overnight stabling for your horse. Stay with us and enjoy your horse!
GB Stable Write review for this local business
448 Hurt Road Sw, Smyrna, GA 30082
Summit Equestrian Solutions Write review for this local business
9072 River Run, Atlanta, GA 30350
(770) 552-5583  
Pony Tail Acres Write review for this local business
5925 Holloman Road, Powder Springs, GA 30127
(770) 235-9996  
King Show Horses LLC Write review for this local business
8401 Norris Lake Way, Snellville, GA 30039
(770) 403-1815  
Serenbe Stables Write review for this local business
9237 Selborne Lane, Palmetto, GA 30268
(770) 573-2193  
Foxcroftfarm Equestrian Center Write review for this local business
12850 New Providence Rd, Alpharetta, GA 30004
(678) 893-0909  
Little Engine Farm, LLC Write review for this local business
950 Landrum Rd, Alpharetta, GA 30004
(866) 792-8053  
Natural Horse Solutions Write review for this local business
5822 Forest Drive, Acworth, GA 30102
(404) 226-4449  
Towne Lake Equestrian Club Write review for this local business
409 Oid Boring Lane, Woodstock, GA 30189
(770) 778-1146  
Atlanta Show Stable @showcase Write review for this local business
3452 Arbor Hill Road, Canton, GA 30115
(770) 670-7477  
Vicki Humphrey Training Center Write review for this local business
734 Roper Rd, Canton, GA 30115
(770) 740-8432  
Sierra Springs Equestrian Ctr Write review for this local business
1075 Old Four Notch Rd, Whitesburg, GA 30185
(770) 315-3330  
Lonesome Creek Stables Write review for this local business
749 Ruff White Rd, Canton, GA 30114
(770) 354-3734  
TNT Stables Write review for this local business
565 Hood Dr, Cumming, GA 30041
(678) 977-8553  
Equine TEC Write review for this local business
1061 Pleasant Valley Rd NE, Monroe, GA 30655
(770) 267-0770  
Rolling Hills Stables Write review for this local business
1719 Nunnally Farm Rd, Monroe, GA 30655
(770) 380-6586  
New Horizons Equine Education Center Write review for this local business
353 Old Good Hope Rd, Good Hope, GA 30641
(770) 266-0631  
Cherokee Valley Ranch Write review for this local business
909 Upper Salem Church Rd, Jasper, GA 30143
(706) 692-9277  
Hawk Ridge Farm Write review for this local business
1284 Pendley Cir, Jasper, GA 30143
(706) 974-7831  
Bentley Horse Barns Write review for this local business
57 Valley Brook Cir W, Dawsonville, GA 30534
(770) 689-6201  
Cornett Ranch & Stables Write review for this local business
909 Cornett Dr, Ellijay, GA 30540
(706) 889-8080  
Ramblin' Acres Farm Write review for this local business
10566 Estes Rd, Macon, GA 31210
(478) 318-5326  
While gambling on races can be fun, others enjoy actually riding the horse when racing, jumping, and steeple chasing. If this is you, owning a horse can be an expensive bill. There are boarding and training facilities available that range in price depending on how much they charge for maintenance and transportation fees. Stables will come in different sizes that will also affect the monthly cost for the facility. To find a business that boards and trains wild and domestic animals, search online or in a phone book to find numerous options you can check on. Speaking with somebody that works at the facility can give you an idea on how well they enjoy their job, which can be an important factor when knowing how well your animal will be cared for. Mammals will commonly need to be housed, whether it's for a vacation or if your home doesn't have the means to keep them full-time. Call multiple businesses and ask about their rates, maintenance procedures, and harnesses they use when transporting the animals. Pet boarding and training should be done by a professional who has experience working with animals and has special tricks that they have found works well with different types of animals. Friends and family may also have a place they like to take their animals when they're going out of town. Ask around and see who you're most often referred to. Ask about their personal experience with the workers and owners. Customer satisfaction reviews on stables can be a great tool in helping decide who you will trust to take care of your pet when you're not around.

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