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MBA. Our Main Barn for Champions (30 stalls)
A. Racehorses #1 (150 stalls)
B. Racehorses #2 (150 stalls)
C. Broodmares (150 stalls)
D. Stallions (150 stalls)
E. Untrained Horses( 150 stalls)
F. Horses in Training (150 stalls)
G. Retired horses (50 stalls)
H. Showhorses (mares) (150 stalls)
I. Showhorses (studs) (150 stalls)
J. Visiting Showhorses (150 stalls)
K. Visiting Racers (150 stalls)
L. Vaulting Horses (20 stalls)
M. Isolated Barn for Horses with Illnesses (20 stalls)
Notice: You will be notified if your horse can board in the Main Barn
MBA ranges from beginners to Olympians. We don't have only 1 or 2
specialties, but many. Our horses not only come from the US, but also from around the world.
Our farms stallion roster includes the likes of HBPS stallions:
Our Racing roster includes the likes of our successful 1997 HOCK Triple Crown runners:
Our Broodmares include:
Our Western horses include:
Our Vaulting horses include:
Our Dressage horses:
Our Hunter/Jumpers include:
Our Eventing Horses Star:
Our Racers include:
Cat in the Hat, qualifier in the HOCK Triple Tiara
California Rock(IRE), qualifier in the HOCK Triple Crown
Mazda 626, qualifier in the HOCK Handicap.
Notice: Those were only some of our oustanding horses at MBA. We just put them there for a reference :o)
Our Farm is made up of entirely Kentucky Bluegrass and Pure Grazing Land.
When you first arrive at MBA if you look to your right, you may see
our stallions out in their paddocks grazing. Many of our studs
are retired and look forward to this daytime treat, so you may
see them galloping about. To your right during the early months of the year, you may see our yearlings playing gracefully, and racing though the paddock.
In the later months of the year, there are the weanlings. Then, you come across
the barns which are in a oval shape surrounding the tracks. To the left
of the Barns, our Retirees may be grazing. To the right, are our broodmares and if it is before weaning time their foals.
To the back of the barns are the visiting horses, the vaulters,
and the Showhorses, To the farthest back are our race horses.
We Have 500 5 acre pastures, 2 swimming pools for injured horses,
5 indoor arenas, 12 outdoor arenas, 3 Cross Country courses, 2
breeding sheds, and A Sale Ring. We teach all of our horses to
adjust to the sale ring before we sell them so they all are
We enjoy having horses in our barns. We do not have a boarder's barn because we feel it isolates the horses and their owners. Each horse is put in the barn according to its discipline. We also believe in having good things come for low prices. We have taken time to decide on a low-priced, yet money earning price for a boarding. We came up with a boarding fee of $100 per month for the first horse, and $75 per month for each additional horse. Included in the fee is a warm comfortable stall for each horse, an acre of grassy paddock for the horse, a blanket with our colors and MBA on the side, and the owner receives 5% off each race or show held at our barn. We also offer training by a certified trainer for little to nothing. Do you think it is worth it to your horses to have all this, yet it still saves your budget money.
Consider boarding with us and your horse will be happy and you'll be satisfied.
To Board fill out the form below:
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