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We offer a wide range of services, including horse boarding, riding and jumping lessons, trail riding opportunities, horse leasing, and more!

 

 

We are so privileged to have a great staff that cares so deeply for our boarders and property; they are the best we have had in the 25 years that Edwards Equestrian Facility has been operating!

 

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A N N O U N C E M E N T S
November
  • Deworm your horse in the fall. The AAEP recommends tapeworm treatment once a year, in the late fall or early winter. Quest Plus Gel is the ideal deworming choice for late fall as it treats and controls bots, encysted small strongyles, and roundworms in a single dose. Quest Plus also contains an additional active ingredient - praziquantel - that specifically targets tapeworms. Horses may harbor tapeworm infections without showing signs of discomfort; however, the parasite can cause colic, reports the AAEP, from mild to severe colic episodes requiring surgical treatment.

 

December
  • Keep a close watch on blankets. Make sure your horse has a comfortable turnout blanket for the winter season. As winter is in full swing, keep a close watch on your horse's blankets for both fit and condition.

  • Prioritize tack cleaning and conditioning. If not conditioned regularly, the winter air can quickly form cracks in your saddles and tack. Stock up on saddle soap and leather conditioner, and remember to take a few minutes of your day to protect your investment. Additionally, to prevent conditions such as rain rot, wash your horse's blankets and saddle pads as needed.

(Reference: Valley Vet)

M E E T   T H E   O W N E R

In 1988, Larry and Peggy bought the 40 acre property that would later become Edwards Equestrian Facility! 25 years later and the farm is still going stronger than ever!

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