Born2Be Therapeutic Equestrian Center
                   A  P.A.T.H. Premier Accredited Center

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Horse boarding

 

Born 2 Be TEC Boarding Rates and Fees

Boarding Options/Rates

*All boarding is on a first come/first serve rental basis. All services may not

be available at all times. Horses will be pastured with other boarders’ horses. Maximum of 10 boarded horses at any given time.

NO STALLIONS

Self Care (Pasture Board) - $250 a month per horse

** Owner provides all feed/grain, supplements, hay, shavings, veterinarian and farrier care, as well as feeds horse him/herself. Hay and shavings may be purchased through B2B for additional cost. Have access to stalls, if available, but owner must clean stalls after every use. Client must bring horse inside/outside in inclement weather if they desire to do so and must clean that stall a minimum of four times a week if the horse is kept inside due to inclement weather. (Maximum of 2 horses at Self Care rate at any given time.)

Basic Partial Care (Primarily Pasture/minimal stall Board)- $300 a month per horse

** B2B feeds (does not provide) hay 2x per day. Owner provides all feed/grain, supplements, hay, shavings, veterinarian and farrier care. Hay and shavings may be purchased through B2B for additional cost. Have access to stalls but must clean stalls used after personal use. B2B will only bring horse in/out during inclement weather. Owner must clean stall a minimum of four times per week if horse is brought inside due to inclement weather. (Maximum of 10 horses at Basic Care rate up to a maximum of 10 total boarded horses.)

Partial Care Plus (Pasture/Stall Board) - $350 a month per horse

**B2B feeds (does not provide) grain and hay 2x per day. Owner provides all feed/grain, supplements, hay, shavings, veterinarian and farrier care. Hay and shavings may be purchased through B2B for additional cost. Have access to stalls but must clean stalls used after personal use. B2B will only bring horse in/out during inclement weather. B2B will clean stall only during times of inclement weather when horse needs to be stalled a minimum of four times per week. (Maximum of 10 horses at Partial Plus rate up to a maximum of 10 total boarded horses.)

Full Care (Pasture/Stall Board) - $475 a month per horse

** B2B feeds (does not provide) grain 2x per day, provides hay and shavings, but owner provides feed/grain, supplements, veterinarian and farrier care. Horse has designated stall. B2B will bring horse in/out of stall for turnout and will clean stall a minimum of five times per week. (Maximum of 4 horses at Full Care rate at any given time.)

*Definition of Inclement Weather: Heavy rain, Thunder/Lightening Storms, Hail, Sleet, Ice, times of excessive heat (over 95 F) or cold (under 35 F). *Ranch Manager will not endanger him/herself in order to bring horses inside out of inclement weather in the case of unexpected/sudden changes in weather. All efforts will be made to bring horses in before inclement weather arrives.

FEES

*The following fees are in addition to the regular care offered with each boarding option.

Blanketing/Unblanketing -$3 each time

Administering Basic Medication (e.g. oral antibiotics, eye drops, or other minor

medical care) - $2 each time

Administering Advanced/Time Consuming Medical Care (e.g. cold soaking legs,

applying bandages, cleaning wounds) - $5 for every 15 minutes of care

needed.

Turn Out/Bringing In of a Self Care Horse into/out of pasture/stalls at request of

owner at any time - $5 each time

Turn Out/Bringing In of a Partial Care Horse (including basic or plus options)

into/out of pasture/stalls at request of owner at any time except during

inclement weather - $5 each time

Veterinarian Care: If horse requires vet care and owner cannot be reached - $20 for

each hour spent caring for horse.

Stall Cleaning due to Boarder Negligence (boarder has not cleaned stall a

minimum of 4 times per week (does not apply to full care horses at any time

or partial care plus horses during inclement weather). - $35 per stall per

incident.

Shavings - $7 per wheelbarrow/cart load; or $35 for completely stripped /replenished stall (max

of 7 wheelbarrow/cart loads) (does not apply to full care horses)

Lights left On at Night in Winter for Show Horses - $40 per light per month. Lights and bulbs

provided by owner. No lights larger than 150 Watt allowed.

Water Left On/Overflowing - $20 per hour left on

Lights Left On in Barn/Arena or Arena Fan Left On (when not in use) - $20 per hour left on

Damage to Stall/Facility/Water faucets, etc. caused by an owner or owner’s horse will be charged according to the cost of the repair.

Stall Fan - $40 for first fan for each month fan is in use. An additional $15 per

month per stall for a second fan. Fans provided by owner.

Square Bales - $12 per bale (rate subject to change with varying hay prices)

Round Bales - $80 per horse per month that is in a pasture with a round bale

provided by B2B (does not apply to horses on Full Care)

*A note on hay: Adequate hay supplementation must be provided by owner so as not to deplete the grass in the pastures. If B2B deems that a horse is not receiving an adequate quantity/quality of hay, the situation will be discussed with the owner. If the owner does not remedy the situation, B2B will charge owner for any hay B2B uses in order for the horse to have adequate hay and to prevent over grazing.

Born 2 Be TEC Barn Rules for Boarders

  1. All horse handling and riding is done at your own risk. All boarders, volunteers, and guests must sign liability waiver forms.
  2. The stable hours are 7:00 am to 9:00 pm. Be courteous to the Ranch Manager living on the property. If you are going to be at the barn outside regular hours notify Born 2 Be Head Riding Instructor or Ranch Manager.
  3. Be kind and courteous in words and actions. No cursing or coarse language, dress modestly, and use common sense.
  4. No abuse of horses will be tolerated.
  5. Smoking is not allowed on the property.
  6. No outside dogs on the property.
  7. Children under the age of 14 are to be under adult supervision at all times.
  8. Do not leave a horse unattended while tied to a fence, in the barn aisle, or to the hitching rail. Use caution as barn floors can be slick.
  9. Put away all tack, brushes, stable or turnout blankets, etc. after use. Keep tack room organized and clean.
  10. Sweep and keep the areas in front of your inside or outside stalls free of debris, mud, trash, etc.
  11. Keep all areas inside the arena, barn, wash areas, and stalls free of manure, mud, hair, and trash at all times. Take all manure to designated areas. Sweep and wash/rinse areas as needed.
  12. Self care stalls are to be cleaned a minimum of four times per week. Urine spots are to be dug out thoroughly in order to keep flies to a minimum. Take all manure to designated areas. See fee schedule for fees to be charged if stall is not maintained properly.
  13. After washing your horse in the wash bay area, please make sure to turn off the water and replace hose as you found it. Clean and sweep all mud and debris from wash area and drains so that they do not clog.
  14. If your horse needs to use a stall fan or you use lights at night in a stall for a show horse, an additional electricity charge will apply. See fee schedule.
  15. All equipment – tractors, implements, tools, garden tools, etc. – belong to the ranch and are not to be used without consent from the Born 2 Be Program Director.
  16. Arena/Round Pen Use:
    1. No use of indoor arenas during Born 2 Be class times.
    2. If someone is using the indoor arena/round pen, be courteous and ask if you can join them before entering the arena.
    3. To keep boarding costs down, please keep use of arena lights and arena fan to a minimum.
  17. Keep all gates closed.
  18. Keep all stall doors securely closed.
  19. If you are leaving the barn and no one else is in the barn, TURN OFF ALL LIGHTS. If you are the last one to leave, TURN OFF ALL LIGHTS IN BARN, ARENA, etc.

Your cooperation in recognizing the importance of these rules, as well as adhering to them, will keep the facility running smoothly for all who have use of it. The first offense of breaking these rules will be a verbal reminder. The second offense will be a written warning. The third offense will result in termination of your boarding contract and will require for you to remove yourself, your horse(s), and possessions off the property within 10 days. These rules are for the protection of all who will enjoy the facility. The above rules are subject to change at management’s discretion. A copy of the current rules will be posted in the barn for convenience.