Best Horse Boarding in Connecticut

When boarding your horse in Connecticut, expect cold winters with moderate snowfall (up to 40 inches) and hot, humid summers. Boarders can expect stall boarding and covered arenas.

Considerations for boarding your horse in Connecticut: Terrain is jagged rocky to lowland coastlines and heavily forested mountains. The Appalachian mountain’s stretch along the north. Grasses are Kentucky bluegrass, perennial Ryegrass and Orchard grass. Available hay is Alfalfa, Orchard grass and seasonal. Weather and Wildlife in Connecticut: When boarding in Connecticut one can expect cold winters with moderate snowfall (up to 40") and hot, humid summers with average rainfall of 40 ".

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