While boarding your horse in Yellowstone, you can expect to find a pasture board with a run-in shelter and a stall board with turnout. The climate is drier with little rainfall, but it can get substantial snow in the winter. The terrain offers mountains, intermountain basins, plains, prairies and some incredible rock formations.
Considerations for boarding your horse in Wyoming: Pasture forage will include bird’s food trefoil, fescue, Kentucky bluegrass, prairie june grass, sandberg bluegrass, needle and thread, indian rice grass, blue grama and others. The climate here is drier and windier than other states, with only about 13" of rainfall and in some places up to 60" of snow. Wild animals include black and grizzly bear, elk, bison, moose, wild horses and a rare appearance of only two venomous snakes, prairie rattlesnake and the midget faded rattlesnake.