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We are dedicated to providing excellent care for all horses on our property.  All board options include grain and coastal hay.  


Main Barn

Center aisle barn with 12x12 tounge and groove lumber stalls, interlocking mats, fans, lights, and shuttered windows.  Wash rack with hot and cold water, floor to ceiling tack lockers, restroom, lounge, and automatic fly control system in-barn.

Shedrow Barn

This spacious 5-stall barn features 12x12 ft tounge and groove lumber stalls with interlocking mats, fans, light, and shuttered windows.  Floor to ceiling tack lockers, and an outdoor hose for bathing.  Ample, and roomy aisle with cross ties.


Horses are turned out in groups of 3-5 in half acre or more shaded paddocks. Fencing is Centaur flexible fencing with hotcote and Miraco automatic waterers. Fly predators are used throughout the farm for pest control.

Full Stall Board


  • 12x12 matted stall cleaned daily

  • Daily turnout for a minimum of 8 hours

  • Fed twice daily and includes provided supplements

  • Blanketing 

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Riding Areas

  • 250x150 lighted arena with clay-based sand arena with full set of jumps

  • Grass arena with jumps

  • 60' solid round pen

  • Scenic wooded trails on 106 acre property

As a HA pony clubber and picky horse person, I highly recommend this stable. Karen was kind enough to let me stay at her farm for a month while I completed an internship at the nearby hospital. I contacted her mere days before my planned arrival and she was able to accommodate my horse. This says a lot for her hospitality during my tight predicament. The facilities are excellent - especially for the cost. One large, well-lit ring with show quality fences as well as one large grass arena with jumps and 106 acres to ride on. The care is great (scheduled feedings, blanketing, hay, etc). Beyond everyday care, my mare had a bout of gas colic (something she is prone to) and Karen, along with her barn staff, were very helpful providing banamine and keeping an eye on her. I never once worried about my horse during our entire stay - I always knew she was being looked-after. Coming from an area rich with grass, the grass here on the coast leaves you wanting. The sandy soil makes it difficult to keep grass growing, but the farm is constantly improving itself. They already have more grass than most I’ve seen and while I was there they were re-seeding pastures. I truly have no complaints and I would highly recommend Wonderland Farm to anyone who is looking for excellent care and facilities.

Boarder, at Wonderland Farm

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