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Pricing Schedule

We offer different pricing based on the needs of the horses and the boarders.

We are happy to provide discounts for boarding additional horses.

Self Care

350 Dollars per month. 

Self-care means you will provide any and all care or services for your boarded horse(s) to include but not limited to feeding, watering, cleaning of the stalls, exercising, transporting, arranging veterinary exams and care.


With self-care boarding, you will be provided access to the full horse area of the property. Legacy Farms PNW, LLC will provide a storage area for hay, smaller equipment, and some personal items. We provide lockers for items but locks for the lockers are not included.


The cost of riding in or using the arena is included in the monthly boarding charge. Hours for arena use are 8am to 9pm. No one is permitted on the property after 10pm.  

We provide sawdust for use in the stables with the cost of boarding, given you are using a reasonable or average amount.

Partial Care

425 to 500 Dollars per month 

With partial care you will provide all feed for the boarded horse(s) but Legacy Farms PNW, LLC staff will feed the horse 1 or 2 times per day. Staff will follow the amounts you determine for your horse. These amounts will be written and acknowledged by both parties.  The cost of feeding works out to an average to 2.5 dollars per feed session.  

You will be providing the cleaning of the stalls, exercising, transporting, arranging veterinary exams and care.  

With partial care boarding you will be provided all the same amenities as the self care options. 

Full Care

A modified full care option is available. Legacy Farms staff will feed and clean stalls at the agreed upon frequency. See partial care for the feeding process and costs. With full care the biggest goal is to still push and promote people to spend time with their animals, but we understand people get busy. We offer stall cleaning at an agreed upon frequency for a cost of 25 dollars per cleaning. A cleaning consists of removing horse waste and wood shavings, then replacing the wood shavings in the stall.  

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