Best Horse Boarding in New Hampshire

New Hampshire offers 100 miles of horse-friendly parks to explore throughout its primarily mountainous terrain. Due to long winters, you can expect stall boarding with paddocks, stall boarding with pasture turnout, and covered or indoor arenas.

The terrain in New Hampshire is mostly mountainous with coastal lowlands in the southeast. It is characterized by mild, short summers and long, cold winters. Black bears and Moose are common here and only one venomous snake - the timber rattlesnake. Pasture mixes will contain some or a mix of Kentucky bluegrass, Orchard grass, Canary Reed grass, Timothy, Fescue, Clover, Birds foot trefoil. Due to long winters you can expect stall boarding with paddocks, stall boarding with pasture turnout and covered arenas and/or indoor arenas.

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