Every Day Is National Horse Day at the Equestrian Center
The National Day of the Horse, a time to reflect upon and celebrate these noble creatures whose domestication reaches back to 3000 BC, is Friday, December 13. However, horses at the Village Equestrian Center are celebrated and enjoyed every day by boarders and staff alike.
Currently, there are several stalls ready to safely and securely house new boarders. Here is a rundown of what the Equestrian Center offers its equine charges and their owners.
Equestrian Center Offerings
Our charming and unique facility offers boarding for resident-owned/leased horses and a riding program for residents and their sponsored guests. The facility’s intimate and immaculately maintained boutique stables feature old Kentucky style architecture in a parklike setting with easy access to El Toro Road.
Boarding a horse includes a 12-by-12-foot enclosed concrete stall with a wooden Dutch door, a year-round fly system, once-daily mucking, twice-daily feeding, thrice-weekly shaving bag delivery and more. Amenities include a four-horse hot walker, sunning pens, washer and dryer, access to urban trails and community bridle paths, horse trailer storage (for an additional fee), a farrier area, a hospitality room with all-day coffee and more.
Currently, the basic boarding is $234 per month, horse trailer storage is $160 per month and per-feeding per-month fees range from $32 to $91, depending upon feed type.
For More Information
Equestrian Center hours are Wednesdays through Sundays from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. For more information, call Resident Services at 949-597-4600.
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