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We have horse boarding available at Timber Ridge Farms
We are located in Rockford, Illinois
Limited space open so come and check us out.
Full Board $395
For more information call 815-519-5234
Nestled in Rockford, Illinois, on a quiet country road, Timber Ridge Stables is a family owned and operated eighteen acre boarding facility. Just miles from I90 and I39, convenient for horse owners in northwest Illinois and southern Wisconsin. . Timber Ridge Farms is a caring boarding facility dedicated to fulfilling all your horse needs. Stall Boarding (with daily turnout) are available.
Full Board $389
Includes - large box stall, daily handling, pasture time (May thru October), hay provided all year, stalls & water buckets cleaned daily, shavings added, removing webs in stalls, & full use of facility and amenities.
Layover Services $100 per overnight stay
On the road for a long time and need a place to rest? We offer a perfect location close to I90 and I39 with plenty of space for larger hauling set-ups; and can accommodate your horses either in a large dry lot area with run-in or big stalls.
Amenities Include: twenty-five 12' x 12' matted box stalls with electric, indoor/outdoor arenas, indoor/outdoor hot and cold wash stalls, 1 acre dry lot, 8 acres of maintained pastures divided into 6 areas for pasture rotation, four large run-ins off the dry lot, two tack rooms, pleasure riding path around the eighteen acre farm well off the road for your outdoor riding experience, obstacle course put up during the summer for fun time riding, vet supervised feeding program using top line mixed hay and grass hay from two different farms to cover nutrition, bathroom, breakroom with fridge, microwave and seating, & free trailer storage for residents. ... Our philosophy is that a horse should be a horse... able to run free in lush green pastures. Therefore, Timber Ridge Stables limits the number of boarders to sixteen to protect our pasture land because we kno