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Boarding & Training

TNEC

TrueNorth Equestrian is set on over 15 acres of pastures, hills and woodlands in the heart of Penfield, NY. To see our facility and grounds in full visit our Facebook page.

Our facilities include:

  • Box stalls & pasture board
  • Heated tack room and restroom
  • One 60 x 160 foot indoor riding ring (with jumps)
  • One 80 x 200 foot outdoor riding ring (with jumps)
  • Cross-country course
  • Bridle paths surrounding the property
  • Large turnout pastures

Monthly Boarding Fee –  $550  |  Call 585-203-0330 or email showmethehorizon@gmail.com
Board includes includes water, grain, hay, and turnout every day, weather permitting. Horse owners are assured of a safe, healthy environment. Boarders also enjoy very flexible schedules for riding in the indoor and outdoor rings, as well as many options for trail riding, cross country jumping and organized field trips both locally and to popular equestrian trail riding destinations. Pasture board by quote.

Additional monthly fees:
Blanketing: $25
Sheeting/Fly Sheeting/Boots: $15
Holding fee for vet/farrier: $20
Worming (equinox or quest): $20
Fecal collection: $5

Horse Training By Quote: hourly, weekly, monthly
A horse is a high-value, long-term commitment. In order to get the most pleasure in ownership of your horse, and for resale value, TrueNorth Equestrian offers goal-oriented horse training services. Our training programs begin with getting background information on you and your horse, establishing the basis for the need in experienced training, and outlining an attainable goal for you and your horse. Our training estimate will include the time and materials involved to train your horse and the expected outcome for a better mutual understanding and partnership between the horse and rider.


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