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Countless ranches and equestrian homes have barns and stables to house various breeds of horses. Regardless of whether you own a small pony or several large horses, it is essential to have a proper place to board them at night or when you are not riding. Professional breeders that handle pony and horse sales also have sufficient barns and stables. Horse trailers are also often required for transporting these animals. Here you will find some popular terms and definitions that might improve your understanding of equine stables.

  • Equestrian – Of or related to horse riding. There are equestrians, who are individuals who ride horses, and then there are equestrian properties, which are those conducive with riding and housing ponies in barns or stables. These properties may be ranches or farms as well.
  • Cribbing – This refers to when a pony or horse constantly chews on wood, which can be a fence or the gate of a stable he or she resides in.
  • Farrier – Also known as a blacksmith, this is a professional that specializes in horse shoeing. This expert may also handle hoof trimming and sanding when it is needed.
  • Mineral Feeder – This is a dispensing device that holds mineral supplements for livestock. This way, the pony, cow, sheep or foal can access the feeder whenever needed. It often pivots on a heavy base system for easy access.
  • Window Grill - This is a product often offered for sale through a stable or equine supply dealer. It is a grill made from steel bars, which can be inserted into a stable or barn window opening. This way a shutter can be opened, and the pony or horse can see outside, through the bars.
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    Oak Pointe Stables
    2500 Hosner Rd, Oxford, MI 48370
    hunter-jumper-equitation lessons, boarding, training, riding, sales, showing. Call or e-mail for more information.
    (248) 425-4978
    Keyes Farms
    2407 Lost Creek, Flushing, MI 48433
    Offering basic Western riding lessons for all ages! Only $25 per hour. Horse exercise and basic training also available.
    (810) 569-2653
    Serenity Hills Farm
    2325 Labadie Road, Milford, MI 48380
    Our goal is to provide a tranquil environment for your horse while you are away, plus an enjoyable, family friendly setting for you to enjoy when you are here.
    (810) 923-8317
    Djm Quarter Horses
    3782 Fargo Rd, Avoca, MI 48006
    (810) 324-2367
    Shea Stables
    1925 S Bartlett Rd, Saint Clair, MI 48079
    (810) 329-6392
    Blue Ribbon Stables
    6600 Meisner Rd, East China, MI 48054
    (810) 765-3774
    Ironhorse Stables
    34951 29 Mile Rd, New Haven, MI 48050
    (586) 749-5211
    Sundown Riding Stables
    71700 Romeo Plank Rd, Armada, MI 48005
    (586) 752-7669
    Chartier's Stables Inc
    6386 Shea Rd, Marine City, MI 48039
    (810) 765-5757
    Crazy Horse Boarding Stable
    6200 Downington Rd, Deckerville, MI 48427
    (810) 622-8150
    Pleasure Horse Stables LTD
    4470 Rochester Rd, Dryden, MI 48428
    (810) 796-9806
    Rochester Hills Stables Inc
    270 Rochester Rd, Leonard, MI 48367
    (586) 752-6020
    Pineridge Stables Inc
    410 Rochester Rd, Leonard, MI 48367
    (586) 336-9332
    Hair Stable
    3841 Huron St, North Branch, MI 48461
    (810) 688-4177
    Deja Stables
    101 Wimberly Dr, Rochester, MI 48306
    (248) 651-3405


    Equestrian farms provide stables for horses. Stables, which are stalls for horses, provide a home for these animals, where they are fed, groomed, and otherwise taken care of. Stables usually are located within a farm, ranch, or barn, with plenty of outdoor areas for riding and exercise, as well as indoor boarding areas. Whereas horses used to provide farming assistance, pulling plows and the like, they are now primarily used for companionship and competition. Equestrian enthusiasts may rent out horse stables for their animal, visiting each day to ride their horse. Others own their own horse stable, while still others take weekly lessons at an equestrian farm. Horse stables also house equipment and supplies, such as tack, straw, saddles, hay, and feed. Stable workers on the farm need the proper supplies to care for the horses, including brushes, medical care items, feed bags, and horseshoes. When taking lessons at a stable, riders can learn lots of things in addition to how to ride a horse, such as hitching and breaking a horse, breeding, putting on bridles and shoes, and providing upkeep of a stall. People can rent a stable from management, or buy one outright if on sale. Trainers are the skilled professionals who know how to handle these equines, and provide many tips regarding training, boarding, and riding through club lessons. English and Western horse stables are also for storage of anything from farming equipment to hay. Some stables are small with just a couple of stalls, while others are quite large and can house many animals. Some are located within animal shelters, with on-site veterinary care. Others have large arenas attached to the ranch property, for hosting club competitions and shows. In addition to stables, people can rent trailers for transporting their equines.
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