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Stables, which are usually located on a ranch, pasture, or farm, can be made up of a series of barns with stalls to house horses. They usually employ many different kinds of professionals, from groomers to stable managers to trainers. Trainers are the professionals who teach young riders how to ride and jump. They also teach them how to train for events and arena shows, drawing on their own expertise and experience.

Being a horse trainer is an exciting profession. It usually starts at a young age, where riders learn the ropes over several years. Often, it is a family affair, with stables and barns being passed on from generation to generation. Trainers teach horses and their riders how to work a round pen, make jumps, and how to compete in shows. They may also provide pony and horse back riding lessons for people of all ages. Trainers can also give the horses food to eat, such as hay and grain, as part of the board.

Horse groomers keep the animals well groomed and clean. Services may include brushing, shampooing, and combing. They may provide maintenance of supplies and equipment such as bridles, bits, tack, and Western and English saddles. Another professional at a stable is the breeder, who can help with any breeding and turn out issues.

Many stables have veterinarians on staff as well to provide medical care for ailing horses or give regular check-ups. Such professionals must attend veterinary school to hold a license.

Whether riders want to find out about equestrian trails in the area, indoor and outdoor facility offerings, local horseback riding lessons, stable boarding, or costs, they can consult with qualified stable owners.

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Our stables in the local Tallahassee area are the perfect place to learn to ride horses. Our experienced trainers also provide boarding, training, and other services for your beloved horse.
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J/K Arabian Stables Write review for this local business
P.o Box 2181, Tallahassee, FL 32316
(850) 575-3000  
Farm Equestrian Center The Write review for this local business
4300 N Meridian Rd, Tallahassee, FL 32312
(850) 668-0849  
Black's Horses & Ponies Inc Write review for this local business
16045 Ro Co Co Rd, Tallahassee, FL 32309
(850) 893-7212  
Happy Trails Ranch Write review for this local business
6776 Quail Valley Rd, Tallahassee, FL 32309
(850) 893-0771  
Painted Pony The Write review for this local business
Monticello, FL 32344
(850) 997-5590  
Saddlebrook Farm Write review for this local business
(850) 997-7225  
Murmuring Creek Stables Write review for this local business
127 Jacob Ln, Monticello, FL 32344
(850) 997-1516  
Springhill Farm Write review for this local business
3460 N Salt Road, Monticello, FL 32344
(850) 585-1781  
Spoon Blue Stables Write review for this local business
158 Tobacco Circle, Cairo, GA 39828
(850) 510-8741  
Hand and Hearts for Horses Write review for this local business
3828 Lower Cairo Rd, Thomasville, GA 31792
(229) 551-0086  
Hickey Janie Write review for this local business
1002 Mckinnon Rd, Boston, GA 31626
(229) 226-8573  
Premier Training & Show Horses Write review for this local business
163 Se Levy Drive, Lee, FL 32059
(352) 516-2031  
Kingsley Stables Write review for this local business
5842 Val Del Rd, Hahira, GA 31632
(229) 794-0096  
R O Ranch Inc Write review for this local business
696 SE County Road 357, Mayo, FL 32066
(386) 294-1475  
Star K Equestrian Center Write review for this local business
210 Long Dirt Rd, Leesburg, GA 31763
(229) 434-1263  
Quail Valley Farm Write review for this local business
5221 Herod Hwy, Dawson, GA 39842
(229) 995-4004  
Stables companies offer boarding, horseback riding, riding lessons, play day, recreation, kids, saddle, arena, barrel racing, team, roping, camping, trails equestrian and campfire products and services. When choosing the best equine stable, research the stable's background carefully, noting how long the stable or barn has existed, any affiliations and contact information. Visit with a few stables to find one that can meet your needs, whether you want a playday rental, equestrian training, horseback riding lessons, or lessons on horse care and maintenance. Note facility cleanliness, humane treatment of horse and availability of open spaces. Speak with several staff members to get a feel for the stable's organization. Are they courteous? Does the stable offer the services you are interested in at the prices you can afford? Many stables will give free tours of the stables and barn. Take advantage of such free tours to check out the condition of the grounds. Make a detailed list of the services each stable offers, get quotes on rental rates and make note of the stable's availability, hours and quality of service before choosing a stable. Many stables have limited hours to renters and the public. Narrow down your search to find a stable that offers what you need, whether on a large or small scale. Some stables are small, family-owned stables that are more or less private and not generally open to the public. Other stables are larger and host events such as cotillions, camps, birthday parties, clinics, camp fires and trail rides. You can find stables in your local phone book, or by searching online directories. It's also a good idea to get recommendations from others in the equine industry to choose the stables company that meets your riding, lesson and boarding needs.