Best Horse Boarding in Vermont

Vermont offers about 90 horse-friendly, forest-covered park trails to explore. If you decide to board your horse in Vermont, look for a stall board with turnout and, ideally, an indoor arena. You will also find a pasture board with a run-in shelter.

Vermont forests cover about three-quarters of the land and also has very rocky terrain. Average rainfall is 36" and snowfall is 81", so expect cold winters and warm muggy summers. Vermont only has one venomous snake and it is rarely sighted - the Timber rattlesnake and you may sight a black bear. Pasture grasses may contain quack grass, bromegrass, bluegrasses, orchard, red fescue, bluestem, switchgrass, crabgrass. If you decide to board your horse in Vermont look for stall board with turn out and hopefully an indoor arena. You will also find pasture board with run-in shelter.

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