If you board your horse in Indiana, you’ll also get to enjoy 700 miles of public horse trails to explore. You can expect stall boarding with covered arenas at some barns.
Considerations for boarding your horse in Indiana: The terrain offers very flat to very rolling terrain, ranging from 600 to 1,000 feet Glacial kettle lakes are found throughout Northeast Indiana with sand dunes near the lake shore. Glacial kettle lakes are found throughout Northeast Indiana, with sand dunes sharing the lake shore. Weather and Wildlife: Indiana had a humid continental climate, with cold winters and hot, wet summers, with only the extreme southern portion of the state lying within the humid subtropical climate, While horseback riding you will enjoy seeing deer, wild turkey, otters and perhaps a rattlesnake.