Rolling Acres Farm has everything a serious competitor is looking for in a home for their horse.
Riders enjoy the indoor and outdoor arenas with premier footing, along with the climate-controlled tack rooms and viewing room.
Our horses enjoy our turnout paddocks, homegrown hay and miles of trails for hacking.
Much of our staff lives on the farm to allow for the most secure environment for the 60+ horses that call Rolling Acres Farm home.
Boarding at Rolling Acres Farm includes feeding, stall cleaning, turnout, and blanketing as needed. We take care of the horses like they are our own, so you will not need to worry about coming to the barn every day.
For horses that need 2-3 professional rides per week, training board is offered. Horses will be tacked up, ridden, and put away by our professional staff.
Customers that cannot come to the barn and ensure that their horse is properly groomed can sign up for monthly grooming. Our staff will groom your horse 3-4 times per week.
Rides by our professionals on the Rolling Acres staff are offered as needed for the training of your horse.
We have several members of our staff who are accomplished in training all levels of showing students.
Horse Show Services
Horse showing is what we do at Rolling Acres. We show approximately 42 weeks a year from Vermont to Florida and we work to maintain a high level of showmanship and professionalism.
From setting up at each show for our showing experience, through top quality care of our show horses and riders, and finally tearing down and heading to our next venue.
We do everything from entering your horse for the show, arranging shipping to and from the show, care of your horse through the show, and putting your horse to bed when they get home from the show.
We are very involved in finding the right horse for each rider. Whether you are a new rider looking for a purchase or lease horse or if you are ready to move on to the next level in your showing career — we have contacts throughout the country to help find your perfect partner.
We also have legal documents drawn up by our equine lawyer to ensure that the buyer/lessee and seller/lessor are protected and the well-being of the horse is put first.