This is a training barn...

We promote the wellness and proper exercise of every horse to keep it healthy, and provide you, as a customer, peace of mind. 

We take pride in attention to detail and individualized care. Our barn manager and/or head trainer trainer is at the facility daily to provide a safe and secure environment for the horses, students, and visitors.

We offer CONSISTENCY in our program, horses are delicate animals-routine, personalization, and respect are key factors we provide to ensure harmony amongst horses. 

We welcome trailer-in for lessons. 

All horses boarded at RSEC must sign up for a pre-paid package of lessons, training, or extra care services for your equine. We promote health & wellness, and daily detailed attention to your horse. 


  • Premium hay as needed
  • Premium Triple Crown Grain
  • Group turnout, or Private Turnout if space available 
  • Individualized tailored packages available 
  • Slow Feeder Hay Net when stalled 
  • Owners are free to use own vet/farrier or we can recommend ours 

Price Sheet

6 Month Commitment: $525 a month

3 Month Commitment: $550 a month

Month to Month: $575 a month

Boarding Your Easy keeper Small Horse or Pony at our New Hope Location: 

We have available a select amount of 10'x10' stalls offered only at a discounted rate for smaller horses, or ponies. Inquire within to see if your horse fits the criteria for the discounted rate. We tailor boarding rates along with the training packages or lessons. Don't hesitate to contact us to help you achieve your goals with your equine partner. Same access to amenities of the regular rate boarding, just a 10'x10' stall with a stall window. 


(786) 342-3630

"Learn to understand, and develop a relationship with your horse" 

2586 River Road, New Hope, PA 18938


Horses will be provided with an appropriate quantity of hay on a daily basis. Appropriate quantity is defined as the combination of grain, hay and dry matter grass from grazing equating to 1.0 percent (warmer months) to 2.0 percent (colder months) of the horses desired body weight. 

  • If more than 16 lbs of hay per day are required, additional charges will apply based on the current rate of hay.
  • If Boarder desires for the Horse to have hay other than that provided by the Stable, Boarder may, at its own expense, provide such hay for the Stable to feed to the Horse.


Horses are fed Triple Crown Nutrition grain as determined by the Stable at a quantity of no more than 2 pounds per day. 

  • Additional grain may be fed at an additional charge per pound.
  • If Boarder desires for the Horse to have grain other than that provided by the Stable, Boarder may, at its own expense, provide such grain for the Stable to feed to the Horse.


If requested, the Stable will administer supplements to the horse, paid for by the Boarder, provided such supplements and/or administration of them do not require any special handling or training or present any risk to representatives of the Stable. In such event, the Boarder must provide either Smart Pak supplements or other individually pre-packaged containers containing pre-measured supplements and/or medication.  All such containers must be labeled with the Horse’s name and “AM Feeding” or “PM Feeding”.

During summer months, a feed-through supplement will be provided to the Horse that suppresses fly production such as Solitude, SimpliFly or similar products which contain a pesticide which suppresses fly larval development.  

  • Note:  Products such as Buggzo and Smart BugsOff are not adequate because they do not suppress development of the fly larva – they merely discourage flies from landing on and biting the Horse.


Horses are turned out individually each day for a period of time except in the event of inclement weather or other safety concerns, as determined by the Stable.  Accommodations will try to be met for Boarder requests. Horses may be assigned more turn out for an additional fee when pasture space is available.

Additional Services

Stable provides blanketing services prior to turn out and night check. Turn out blanketing is based upon the high temperatures that are forecasted for that day via the app at the time of turn out. Evening blanketing in the barn prior to closing up is done on the forecasted low for the night. Boarder shall provide the blankets and the temperatures to which each blanket shall be applied. 

  • Please note, upon applying blankets, Stable will not go back out into the pastures and change blankets, therefore, we base blanketing on forecasted highs for horses comfort.

The Horse will have access to a salt/trace mineral block in its stall.

Boarder shall provide an appropriate turnout halter which is a “safety” halter with a leather or other type of breakaway strap. (if possible with the Horse’s name and emergency contact information on it on it)

  • Stall Cleaning 1x per day
  • Wash Stall Cold/Hot Water
  • Good ventilation
  • Feed through Fly Program 
  • Blanket Changes
  • Boots/ Bell Boots on/off
  • Standing for Vet & Farrier