CoOp Board Starts at $300/mo
Owner provides all hay, grain, supplies and participates in CoOp board group feeding shifts.
Add-ons: Facility use (if riding, must be in lesson program), Winter Hill covered feeding, care, etc.
We're game for trades.
What else are you good at? Grooming, tacking up, cleaning the barn, cleaning tack, cutting grass, weed eating, taking trash off, moving jumps, what else?
Does your dad like to cut stuff down, like trees on the paths? Built stuff like run in sheds or fence? Run tractors to bush hog?
Click here for CoOp Board Worksheet: BOARD WORKSHEETS
Retirement boarders accepted on a word-of-mouth and referral basis only.
We would LOVE to be connected with you if you are looking for retirement board!
We care for a variety of retired horses varying from beloved pets to Olympic Contenders (Von Perrier, 1996 Canadian 3-Day Team). We enjoy giving these horses the love and care they are used to while allowing them to transition to a life of leisure with their horse buddies.
Retirement board is designed and priced for non-riding horses.
Retired boarders are welcome to schedule visits, however facility use to ride is not included as these horses are no longer in work.
Saddle walks for pleasure (no charge for this if the horse is safe for working students to walk on).
(Partial retirement boarders accepted on a case-by-case basis. Please ask KC for details and prices).
BARN TOURS available during the academic year by appointment.
KC is more than happy to talk to you via phone and/or email on the off season (summer break/winter break).
For an estimate of boarding and training fees based on your individual situation please email us. We are more than happy to work with your current trainer to make an academic year transition back and forth stress-free.
Customized Board Programs and Fees based on individual needs.
Daily hay, grain, administering of owner-supplied supplements, blanketing, fly spray, scheduling and holding for vet and farrier, etc., group turnout 24/7, use of Bemer blanket, ring and facility use, groom, exercise and training options for busy academic periods, other conveniences and services available, and overall development of horse and rider while students' focus on academics while at college.
Lesson and training requirements apply. All boarded horses are ridden 2x week minimum by professional staff (training ride and/or exercise ride- usually one of each). If rider cannot lesson or ride due to their schedule, illness, travel, etc., professional rides will be provided and billed accordingly.
Additional Home Services:
Individual turnout $/mo
1/2 Day in Stall $/mo
Exercise and Training Rides (required)
Riding Lessons and professional rides with KC or a professional KC has worked with in the past for herself, or in support of a student. New relationships welcome, please have your trainer get in touch. Riders must be riding with a professional regularly to be considered as a riding boarder.
Guest instructors invited to Winter Hill on a regular schedule:
Disciplines include dressage, combined training, western dressage, western horsemanship, reining, ranch riding, trail, and more.
Board, training, and lesson requirement estimate (varies).
Riders wishing to defray costs, there is plenty of work to go around.
Please see "JOBS" page.
We treat your horses like our horses