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Boarding

At Runaway Farms, we pride ourselves on the quality care and attention to detail that we provide for our clients; both human and equine. Our philosophy is pretty simple; we give you peace of mind by caring for your horse the way you would if it was your full-time job.

We offer Full-Care Boarding to ensure the health and safety of all the horses under our care. This includes:

  • Daily turnout in small groups or individually
  • Horse-safe no-climb fencing and flex fencing throughout the property
  • 3-6 daily feedings on a regular schedule
  • Fully customized forage-based whole foods diets, or the commercial grain of your choice in addition to our high-quality hay
  • Supplement feeding (owner provided)
  • Spacious stalls, cleaned multiple times each day
  • Water provided in buckets and troughs for daily cleaning and monitoring
  • Fresh hay in turnout as needed throughout the year
  • Fly predators used throughout the property for effective natural fly control without an annoying flyspray system
  • Turnout and Turnback: blankets, sheets, boots, flymasks, grazing muzzles, flyspray etc. applied and/or removed, light grooming as needed
  • Daily visual inspection - we notify owners of problems and take care of the minor ones
  • Individual keyed tack lockers for each horse and rider
  • Full use of well-maintained and extensive facilities, including hot/cold washrack, bathroom with shower, lighted covered arena, John Lyons Roundpen, galloping fields, and miles of trails
  • Use of Farm Veterinarian, Farrier or Barefoot Trimmer, Chiropractor, Acupuncturist, Massage Therapist, or choose your own.
  • Full Selection of Additional Services available upon request


We provide 24-hour on site supervision to ensure the safety of the horses, and to provide peace of mind for our customers. Our staff is experienced and well-trained to handle any situation that may arise.

All new boarders must provide a current negative coggins, up-to-date shot records, health certificate (if traveling from out of state), and proof of ownership, and must fill out a copy of our Boarding Agreement and sign a Liability Release. Paperwork can be tedious, but it is important for the safety of our horses and people, so please ask us if you have any questions about our policies.