Your horse can be a horse when boarded at EAH.

 Living Quarters:

Most of our horses live in six separate paddocks, where they are grouped into three horses per paddock. Each paddock has fresh water, free choice grass hay and shelter.

Some of the horses live in the barn with stall runs with footing called squeegee – a pea gravel-type soft rock that breaks down under the horse’s weight and helps keep their feet hard and healthy. It sucks the water from the surface, eliminating puddles and mud.  It holds the sun’s heat and the horses love to lay down on it in the early morning

Turnout:

All of the horses enjoy daily turnout for up to 5 hours in one of our 20 acre pastures, weather permitting. The entire herd is turned out together so they can interact and play with a large group of horses.

 

Feeding:

All horses are fed quality grass hay using a free choice system, in order to accommodate their natural grazing habits. There is also a choice to give grain and/or supplements to your horse.

 Mucking:

Paddocks and stalls are mucked daily, weather permitting.