The Sooner state of Oklahoma offers the horseback rider over 600 park trails to explore across its arid plains and subtropical forests and mountains. If you want to board your horse in Oklahoma, you can expect anything from a stall board with turnout, to pasture board with run-in shelter to paddocks with shelter.
Terrain varies from arid plains to subtropical forests and mountains. Summers are sunny and warm, winters are bright and cold, autumn is crisp, and springs are often wet with an average rainfall of about 36" and average snowfall up to 13+". While horseback riding be on the lookout for venomous species of snakes: copperhead, cottonmouth, western diamondback rattlesnake, timber rattlesnake, prairie rattlesnake, western massasauga, and western pigmy rattle- snake and scorpions. You might see a reclusive black bear or wolf. Pasture forage here can range from various grass varieties and may include bermudagrass, old world bluestem, Klein grass, Indian grass, Blue Grama, buffalo grass and others. If you want to board your horse in Oklahoma, you can expect anything from stall board with turnout, to pasture board with run-in shelter to paddocks with shelter.