Why we do not board in pasture
Updated: 20 hours ago
It is harder to spot injuries as horses in pasture are not always looked over throughly each day. This way we have hands on approach when horses are turned out in pasture. They are haltered and lead to pasture individually. This also insures they are turned out with other horses that they get along with.
They are visually looked over for injuries and their weight are monitored carefully. Generally Horses boarded in pasture have less protection in bad weather. However horses at Chino Hills Horse Boarding can be turned out five days a week, but each horse is boarded in its own stall at night for their safety and comfort. Insuring they are eating appropriately, mointotored for lameness issues and their weight maintened and they are kept in good health. This way any health concerns are spotted right away.