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Brier Bank Farms

Added: 09/26/2013 11:48pm
General Information
Stable manager/owner: Gay Anderson
Stable website: unknown
Type of stable: unknown

Address and Contact
Street: unknown
City: Marine
State: IL
ZIP Code: unknown
Phone number: unknown

Property Profile
Approximate size of property: unknown
Approximate number of horses on property: 25-49
Approximate age of stalls: unknown
Types/sizes of stalls: Box stall, Pasture
Number of arenas: 1-5
Type of footing in the arenas: unknown
Number of turnouts: 6-10
Type of turnout: both grass and dirt
Access to trails or bridle path: unknown
Approx. number of vets in service area: 1-5
Approx. number of farriers in service area: 1-5

Number of trainers on premises: 1
Trainers for which disciplines: Dressage

Disciplines supported: Hunter/Jumper, Dressage
Type of feed: unknown
Supplemental feeding services: unknown
Frequency of stall cleaning: unknown
Horse shows held: unknown
Indoor or covered arena available: yes
Eventing course available: unknown
Eventing course level: unknown
Race track available: unknown
Hot walker or Euroxciser available: unknown
Grooming/care services available: unknown
Number of crossties: 1-5
Number of hitching posts: unknown
Number of washracks: 1-5
Heated water in washracks: yes
Breeding facilities available: no
Trailer parking available: yes
Grazing available: yes

General boarding costs: $200-$400/month
Cost of trailer parking: $25-$49/month

Other features: none

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Reviewed by Notta KornerKutter on 09/27/2013 12:05am
111 out of 280 people found this review helpful
What I like:
Plentiful turn-out, large indoor arena, large stalls, quiet peaceful setting, boarders are treated with respect, affordable.
What needs improvement:
Stall bedding and care (not enough bedding, messy, ammonia smell), inadequate feeding for some horses (cutting corners on hay and grain), barn and turn-out areas need improved maintenance. Needs influx of dollars and injection of management energy. Too many barn-owned horses.
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