Best Horse Boarding in Rhode Island

Due to Rhode Island’s cold winters, expect stall boarding with turnout and some may offer pasture boards with run-in shelters.If you do board your horse here, you can explore 220 miles of horse-friendly park trails to explore across terrain ranging from tooth-edged coastline and coastal lowlands into rolling hills inland.

The terrain goes from tooth-edged coastline and coastal lowlands into rolling hills inland. The climate offers short humid summers and cold winters with up to 36" of snowfall. While riding there are no worries of venomous snakes and if you’re lucky you may see a moose or black bear. Pasture forage consists of bluegrass, ryegrass, fine fescue, or mixtures of these grasses. Due to cold winters expect stall boarding with turn out and some may offer pasture board with run-in shelters.

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