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B&J Horse Farm

Added: 04/30/2010 12:13pm
General Information
Stable manager/owner: unknown
Stable website: unknown
Type of stable: private

Address and Contact
Street: unknown
City: Jackson
State: MI
ZIP Code: unknown
Phone number: unknown

Property Profile
Approximate size of property: unknown
Approximate number of horses on property: less than 25
Approximate age of stalls: unknown
Types/sizes of stalls: Box stall
Number of arenas: 1-5
Type of footing in the arenas: unknown
Number of turnouts: 11-15
Type of turnout: both grass and dirt
Access to trails or bridle path: unknown
Approx. number of vets in service area: 1-5
Approx. number of farriers in service area: 1-5

Number of trainers on premises: unknown
Trainers for which disciplines: Dressage, Western Pleasure, Saddle Seat, Natural Horsemanship, Trail Riding, Other

Disciplines supported: Dressage, Western Pleasure, Saddle Seat, Natural Horsemanship, Trail Riding, Other
Type of feed: Timothy hay, Other
Supplemental feeding services: yes
Frequency of stall cleaning: once a day
Horse shows held: no
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: unknown
Number of washracks: 1-5
Heated water in washracks: yes
Breeding facilities available: no
Trailer parking available: yes
Grazing available: yes

General boarding costs: unknown
Cost of trailer parking: unknown

Other features: none

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Reviewed by Happy Horse Girl on 06/19/2014 9:13pm
What I like:
Very professional and clean stable. Always striving to meet and exceed best interest of the horse. Caring staff.
What needs improvement:
Reviewed by DressageChic on 02/15/2012 9:49am
What I like:
Most of the people are great and the horses get lots of turnout. I would give a 5 if they fed more hay.
What needs improvement:
More hay! Just killed me to see my guys clean up two flakes of second cutting in just a few minutes rather than having a nice big pile of first cutting to keep them busy.
Reviewed by Satisfied Boarder on 04/30/2010 12:37pm
What I like:
Daily turnout in nice turn outs- most with shelters and automatic waterers. A few smaller turn outs and dry lots too- which are nice for layups and horses that can't be on grassy pastures.
Owners take excellent care of all the horses! Routine vet care and farrier visits are set up for boarders to sign up for- but none are mandatory nor do you have to use the owner's vet & farriers. They offer extra services too (blanketing, giving medicine, etc.)
There are 3 instructors/trainers available for daily/weekly lessons and training that cover a variety of disciplines and riding levels (beginner - intermediate, Western, English, Dressage, Saddleseat, general pleasure, centered riding) and another one that comes and offers clinics and lessons (Reining, horsemanship, etc. ) on a monthly basis.
Stalls have good rubber mats with clean shavings as bedding. Stalls are cleaned daily and stripped weekly.
What needs improvement:
Outdoor arena could have better footing and less dust- but there are plenty of grassy areas in which to ride so this isn't that big of a deal. The indoor area (which has excellent footing & isn't dusty) is on the smaller side and this can be an issue when the arena is busy in the winter or if you have a large horse (i.e. WB) that needs more room to work on the straightway.