The majority of West Virginia is heavily forested land, dominated by the Appalachian Mountain System that covers nearly two-thirds of the state. You will find a pasture board with run-in shelters and, if you choose, a stall board with turn-out.
Considerations for boarding your horse in West Virginia Pasture grasses may include orchard grass, timothy, smooth bromegrass, crabgrass, reed canary grass and others. You can expect humid hot summers and mild to cold winters with rainfall of about 45" and snowfall of 33" per year. While horseback riding you may encounter a bear or wild boar and be aware of the two venomous snakes the timber rattlesnake and copperhead snake.