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BOARDING M o


30 years young on


April 11, 2019 Alexander!


FULL CARE & FIELD BOARD


r n i n g S u n


Stabl e s-Dama scus , MD. 10 0 ac. facility in Montgomery Co. 95 x 220 indoor, 200 x 300 outdoor, XC jump field, 70 oak board fenced acs in pasture, ample green spaces & scenic trails in fields & woods w/creek. Spacious, well-designed stalls. Equine Mgmt team is seasoned, knowledgeable & lives on property.


Lessons,


Training, Shows & Clinics. MSS provides a secure, attended, healthy & comfortable place for horses & professional, peaceful, relaxed & enjoyable place for


owners.


morningsunstables@gmail.com 410- 444-9999. Online Link: FastAd: #917954


Lot 1: Room for 3 horses for pasture board with some stalls. Must have record of shots, coggins & no cribbers. 2 barns with hay and straw business at farm. Lots of water in streams. Ready April 1. Call Katie Reed at 443-605-3755. Lot 2: Room for 2 horses, self care. Shots, coggins, no cribbers. 24ft x 10ft shed ready for April 1. Call Lou F i s c h e r


Pooldale Farms (Eldersburg)


4 1 0- 7 9 5 - 2 823. F a rm


has over 400 acres with trai ls. Must sign contracts on both lots.


Board in Burtonsville Stall & field board available in


Alex came into the world as Broadripple (Northern Raja - All for Amy) bred and owned by David P. Reynolds. A lackluster racing career with earnings of a meager $5,957 is probably what catapult- ed Alex into the show ring. But, it would take 13 years before Alex made his way from upstate New York to New Windsor, Maryland. I was only supposed to have him for the summer. In the end, I couldn’t let him go. Seventeen years gone by and the blues, reds and yellows of the tri-color ribbons are faded...it’s the memories that remain brilliant.


Thank you Mom for taking care of Alex in his retirement. He’s still sorry about dislocating your shoulder that time.


Burtonsville, MD. Call 240-447-5186


at private farm in Mt. Airy. Glding. Lg pastures & stalls, the best of care by exper horse couple. Full board $390. 410-795-4112


Retirees Welcome


Self-care stalls now available at San Mar Stables in Poolesville, MD. Large box stalls with mats, wash stall, heated tack room, indoor & outdoor lighted arenas. Wood fenced pasture turnout & access to EPIC trail network. Sandi301-928-7347


SELF CARE STALLS


Glenwood. Friendly, relaxed atmosphere, al l disc. welcome. Over 30 yrs. exp. Family owned/operated. Bring your trainer or work w/ours. Indoor, 12 x 12 matted stalls, h/c wash stall. Full care stall $625, full care field $375.443-277-4336


Bonafide Stables "The Equiery really works! We sold our


trailer on the second day that the issue was on the streets!"-Bill & Rita Bush


BOARDING


Poolesville - one stall available for full or partial training. Quiet, friendly dressage focused barn ideally suited for horses & r i d e r s n e e d i n g a s a f e , supportive


environment. New


state of the art barn w/attached indoor on 87acres, too many amenit ies to list. All breeds & disciplines welcome. www.docshavenfarm.com info@docshavenfarm.com 301452-6420. Online Link: FastAd: #920806


Large Inventory of Horse, Stock & Living Quarter Trailers


2019 BIson LQ Trailers Have Arrived!


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856-697-4497 Fax: 856-697-3835


2019 Homesteader Stallion w/ DR


1230 Harding Highway Newfi eld, NJ 08344


sales@crossroadstrailers.com www.crossroadstrailers.com 34 | THE EQUIERY | APRIL 2019


800-244-9580 | www.equiery.com


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