Best Horse Boarding in Nebraska

Nebraska offers 200-plus miles of horse-friendly park trails. Enjoy warm summers and generally dry winters if you board your horse here. Due to those winters, look for boarding barns with indoor arenas and stall boarding with turnout. You may find a pasture board with run-in shelters at some facilities, too.

The climate enjoys warm summers, generally dry winters, moderate humidity and plenty of sunshine with up to 30" of snow in places and 28" of rainfall. East and West terrain are quite different; the east being rolling hills and farmland and the west sand dunes and arid. While horseback riding you might see a Bighorn sheep, Elk or Black bear and be wary of prairie rattlesnake, timber rattlesnake, western massasauga, and copperhead Pasture grass mixes may contain Wheatgrasses, bromegrasses and orchard grass, switchgrass, Indiangrass, the bluestems and Gramas. Due to the winters look for boarding barns with indoor arenas and stall boarding with turnout. You may find pasture board with run in shelters at some facilities.

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