Horse Fair is just around the corner. The dates are March 7th – 9th we will have a booth se up so hope to see you all there!
The Stables on Horse Farm Road offers horse boarding, horse riding lessons, birthday parties, horse summer camp & horses for sale, including those from our breeding program for Rocky Mountain Horses.
We are a unique and modern horse boarding facility in central Illinois, nestled in a beautiful country setting only a short 15-minute drive from Springfield, IL. Our equine facility has nearly 50 acres of lush and rolling pastures for grazing, and large indoor and outdoor arenas for horse riding as well as dozens of roomy and clean stalls for our horse guests. Tour our facility online or in person and see for yourself!
If you are looking to buy one of our gentle-natured and naturally gaited Rocky Mountain Horses, wanting a safe and wholesome place to ride, or just seeking an affordable boarding option for your horse, we can help you. The Stables on Horse Farm Road wants to be your horse “home away from home!”
Attention all riders
Tim Boyer has been a horse trainer for more than 40 years, preparing horses for careers in halter, pleasure, roping, cutting, and speed events. He has also trained thoroughbreds for the race track and managed the careers of multiple grade one stakes winners. Tim believes in “studying the horse to see what they need and what help I can give them.” He works on problem solving with the horse and the human much like his mentors Tom Dorrance and Ray Hunt. In addition to connecting with horses, Tim also connects with people. He can break down the steps needed to get you working more easily and safely with your horse. He is available for training, clinics and consultations at his Boyer Training Stable in Cantrell Illinois www.Tim-Boyer.com February 22 we will have a clinic with Tim Boyer. Registration at 8 a.m. with donuts and Juice provided. The clinic will start at 9 a.m. with lunch break from around 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. with sack lunch provided. $60 with horse $25 for observing with lunch provided. Topics covered will include groundwork with horse and rider/ basic horsemanship and if the weather permits he will address trailer loading problems if anyone has that issue. The afternoon session will address any questions or problems that participants would like to get answers for. Contact us at 217-652-3871 or at firstname.lastname@example.org for your spot!