Welcome to Rolling Acres Stable

Quality Care for your Equine Companion

Barn Hours 8:00 am. to 8:00 pm

 

 

Feeding

Horses Fed in stalls & paddocks daily

Free choice mineral and salt blocks in stalls and paddocks

Owner supplied supplements fed (stalled horses only)

Tribute & Purina grains provided to stalled horses

Premium custom baled Hay provided in square and round bales

Ritchie waterers in pastures

Tanks and buckets heated during winter months

 

Blanket & Sheets

Hicks Custom Blanket Care-yearly blanket repairs/cleaning

Owner supplied winter Blankets on/off

Owner supplied Fly masks/sheets applied during Summer

 

Tack, Security, & Extras

We provide locked tack rooms for safe tack storage

Security system on premises

Saddle, blanket and bridle racks, tack box space and shelving provided

InstaHot System for warm water bathing

 

Health

Oakdale Large Animal Clinic

Renewed Animal Wellness

Beadle Lake Large Animal Clinic

Superior Equine Dentistry

 

Blacksmith

Bill Ruh

Gregg Wilson

Your choice of farrier is welcome too!

 

Riding and Safety

2 Riding arenas for light riding and groundwork

Rolling hayfields, farmland, woods, and country roads for free choice riding

Local to KalVal Saddle Club, Kellogg Forest, and Fort Custer

Orange vests provided during hunting season

Hard helmets encouraged but not required

No smoking on premises or in barns

 

Insurance and Liability

MI Equine Liability Act

Owner's reponsible for equine insurance

 

Communication

Email blasts

Dry Eraser Board is used for posting messages

Facebook page "Rolling Acres Stable"

 

General Care

Whether you visit your horse every day or once a month, your horse will receive human interaction through our daily routine of consistent and proper care.

Your horse will be handled regularly through feedings, stall turnout, and general horsekeeping.

You can have peace of mind knowing your horse is being attended to and likely spoiled too!

We coordinate all primary (regularly scheduled) Farrier and Veterinary (vaccinations) visits, and will hold horse for owner