Offering a variety of equestrian services.
Welcome to Holiday Hilltop Ranch! We are a small equestrian facility offering short term and long-term board, indoor arena rentals, variety of clinics, haul in arena use, training & lessons. Owner lives on premises and has over 30 years of experience working with horses.
Come check out our farm store! you will find used tack on consignment, myra bags, essential oil products, and hay chix nets among other items!
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About the Owner -
Beth grew up with and loving all creatures large and small including horses, cattle, sheep, goats, rabbits, dogs, and even had a pet rat! Horses have always been her favorite she has ridden most of her life as well as owned her own horses for almost 30 years!
Beth has boarded her horses at many facilities over the years as well as managed and worked at barns, trained horses, started colts, and taught both English and western lessons. She enjoys trail riding, horse camping, and participating in clinics. She enjoys offering personalized care to the horses as well as building a relationship with them, getting to know their individual quirks and personalities as well as helping others learn how to communicate with the horse.
She and her husband as well as some of the Holiday Hilltop riders have been doing constant improvements to the property including replacing all the fences with electro-braid, working on improving the arena footing, fertilizing, clearing, and planting pastures and
After boarding for many years, when she bought Holiday Hilltop Ranch it was her goal to build an equestrian community where people can come and enjoy their horse, enjoy the facility, feel a part of the Holiday Hilltop Riders and Boarder family, no drama, and judgement free zone. The Holiday Hilltop Riders (boarders, leasers, and haul-ins) enjoy riding together at times and get together often for cookouts, potlucks, and various events. Horses that call Holiday Hilltop Ranch home are in small herds and are separated by mares and geldings to reduce squabbles and injuries.