stall vs pasture

If your horse is kicking, chewing on his door, looking listless, or even banging his head on walls repeatedly, then the odds are good that he is suffering from a bad case of stall boredom. Let’s face it: Stalls keep horses clean, dry, and physically comfortable in winter, but too much time indoors is not conducive to your horse’s good mental health. Whether your horse is bored in his stall because inclement weather is preventing adequate turnout, or because he is recovering from an injury, or due to any of the other circumstances that can occur, the following tips for reducing stall boredom...
Reducing stall boredom results in a happier, healthier horse
So you have a horse. Now where to keep him? Every “horse” kid dreams of having their horse in their back yard someday. While that is a great dream there is a lot to conceder when it comes to where your horse is going to live. With any choice you have to make the best bet is to educate yourself on the in's and out's of what you are deciding on. When it comes to where there are two basic choices, pasture or stall board? Yes there are variations on that, and some places cover both, out during the day and in a stall at night, but what really does it come down to? Hopeful this will help to...
Horse in green pasture