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Sterling Meadows

Added: 03/19/2009 5:26pm. Last updated: 04/03/2009 11:04pm
General Information
Stable manager/owner: Brett Sterling
Stable website: unknown
Type of stable: public

Address and Contact
Street: 3625 4 Mile Road
City: Grand Rapids
State: MI
ZIP Code: 49525
Phone number: 616-363-7970

Property Profile
Approximate size of property: 28 acres
Approximate number of horses on property: less than 25
Approximate age of stalls: 10-25 years old
Types/sizes of stalls: Box stall
Number of arenas: 1-5
Type of footing in the arenas: Sand
Number of turnouts: 6-10
Type of turnout: both grass and dirt
Access to trails or bridle path: difficult to access
Approx. number of vets in service area: 1-5
Approx. number of farriers in service area: 1-5

Trainers
Number of trainers on premises: 2-5
Trainers for which disciplines: Hunter/Jumper

Amenities
Disciplines supported: Hunter/Jumper
Type of feed: Alfalfa hay, Timothy hay, Other
Supplemental feeding services: yes
Frequency of stall cleaning: twice a day
Horse shows held: yes
Indoor or covered arena available: yes
Eventing course available: no
Eventing course level: N/A
Race track available: yes
Hot walker or Euroxciser available: none
Grooming/care services available: yes
Number of crossties: 6-10
Number of hitching posts: none
Number of washracks: 1-5
Heated water in washracks: no
Breeding facilities available: no
Trailer parking available: yes
Grazing available: yes

Costs
General boarding costs: $400-$600/month
Cost of trailer parking: N/A

Other
Other features: Board is inclusive of lessons,
Travel to area Horse Shows, Trailering available,
School Horses, leases, Sales, Training, Heated water troughs in paddocks in winter.
Stalls and Turnout Daily including holidays.
Stall cleaning can be twice a day if needed. Currently $550 board-flat (does not include shipping to shows). Sometimes holds shows. 2 trainers, 7 crossties, 2 washracks.

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Reviewed by Jessi on 04/17/2014 2:11pm
152 out of 442 people found this review helpful
What I like:
The People first and foremost. Trainers that are wonderful. GREAT group, whether its adult, teen, child, they are all a big \'family\'. The horses are always fat and happy. Regular vet and farrier visits.
Beautiful high end part of town.
Shows in just about all circuits as well as clinics at the barn.
What needs improvement:
Its an OLD facility, no one can change that. Unless you want your board to increase by hundreds of dollars. It has many paddocks. HUGE well bedded stalls. A very large indoor ring (long but narrow).
For what they have to work with, its a great barn.
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Reviewed by Alan Smithee on 10/05/2010 5:46pm
223 out of 495 people found this review helpful
What I like:
Location is great
Arena is large
Program seems to run well
What needs improvement:
Horses are ridden/shown lame

Fences need work, possibly dangerous in spots, footing in jumping arena washes out

Hyper horses magically turn into quiet animals over night (wink)
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Reviewed by Jamie on 07/13/2010 11:01am
198 out of 513 people found this review helpful
What I like:
My horse, my trainer, the pasture, the stalls some of the students :)
What needs improvement:
IMprovments would be better paddock quality, but thats a hard thing to fix when you use them daily. MORE turnout during the day.
Other than that I am very happy with the farm. I wouldnt have my horse there if I didnt think he was well taken care of by the staff.
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Reviewed by Kendi Gator on 05/06/2010 2:50pm
311 out of 532 people found this review helpful
What I like:
The girls who ride there.
What needs improvement:
The trainer needs to quit Acing the horses before shows and he needs to be kinder to the animals under his care. Too many of them end up lame. There is more to the H/J world than the competition- the horses should come before the awards and ribbons!
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Reviewed by Joe Bammm on 05/22/2009 6:35pm
210 out of 525 people found this review helpful
What I like:
my horse.
What needs improvement:
indoor ring needs to be bigger.
board needs to go down.
painting on fences
stalls-bigger
not as much rules
the hours are bad
pasturses-bigger
more clinics
not so expencive showing.
NO drama
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