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About Chino Hills Horse Boarding

At Chino Hills Horse Boarding, we specialize in retirement boarding options for your horse. We offer free turnouts for your horse and feed them three times per day to promote healthy digestion. Our equine boarding facility welcomes all breeds, sizes, and ages of horses.

Our Approach

We understand that retirement boarding requires tailored care and attention. That's why we offer personalized care plans for each horse to ensure they receive the best possible care and attention. Our experienced and caring staff are available 24/7 to ensure that your horse is safe and comfortable.

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Our Story

Chino Hills Horse Retirement Boarding was founded with the goal of providing a safe and comfortable retirement home for horses. With over 20 years of experience in horse care, we understand the unique needs of retired horses and strive to provide them with the best possible care.

Location

We are located  off the 71 Fwy just behind the McCoy Equestrian Center.  Chino Hills Horse Boarding Stables is one of San Bernardino County's premier facilities and is located near the McCoy Equestrian Show Grounds and across the street from Chino Valley Equine Hospital.

 

We Are Conveniently Located in Chino Hills, Ca!

Our professional & caring staff is on site at all times. Our staff has years of experience providing proficient care of horses, and they are trained in giving the best possible treatment to each horse during its stay. Our owners reside onsite and perform daily inspections of the facility. When boarding with us, you and your horses can relax and enjoy beautiful mountain trails, as well as country riding trails in the nearby surrounding areas.  There is no need to trailer out because its right in our backyard! When equine jumping is preferred, the arenas at Mc Coy Equestrian Facility is just a short 10 minute walk away.  We offer horse turn out on a daily basis in regulated sizes to our pastures, featuring natural grasses and also have diet pastures.

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