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Beagle Run Farm

9762 Bell Rd., Newbury Center, OH, 44065

Created by tallyho29

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Beagle Run Farm
9762 Bell Rd.
Newbury Center, OH 44065
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Apr 26, 2011 - stoneygateirish
Honest well-maintained Stable

This farm has a very homey atmosphere, the owners are always renovating and have just moved back and taken over management in the fall of 2010. The farm participates in weekend horse shows and puts holiday events together, you do want to participate in any of this it is available. Everyone is treated equally at this facility.

I have a young OTTB gelding currently being boarded here and he has gained and maintained a very healthy weight at this farm, he has also calmed down and become more at ease and comfortable here.

The manager is very honest and well experienced and educated horseman whom addressing any issue a horse may have, also lives on the property. His priorities are for the health and safety of both rider and horse. He is always looking to improve both rider and horse in harmony, both in the arena and at the stable.

The horses all eat high quality hay, seasonal alfalfa or upon request is also provided. A very well balanced diet of grains or your own is fed 2-3 times a day. Weather pending the horses are always out frolicking in the large, green pastures, which are rotated and well maintained.

I can't say I have anything bad to say about this facility. Well trained, exercised and sound horses are always available to ride if your horse is not up to par. As a self-sustained student owning a horse can be difficult, however this barn is affordable as well.
I have shown, trail ridden, lessoned, trained, boarded and most of all felt at home at this wonderful stable and could not imagine a better home for my horses. I am at this barn almost daily for weeks or away for long periods, and have not found one thing that I would change throughout these times, I know my horse is safe and comfortable at Beagle Run Farm.

Apr 25, 2011 - tallyho29
Best of Luck

Thank you for your support "Practicalhorseman". The truth is: the stalls are cleaned everyday, lime is put down in the stalls, and fresh bedding is added daily. The horses are given hay every 4 hours and grain 2-3 times per day. Repairs and maintenance are performed almost every day on the farm and I do work very hard. There is no way to make a "quick buck" in the horse industry. The truth of the situation was that Tina was paying less than any of the other boarders because I gave her a discount for two horses. Most barns are just getting by as it is. With gas prices soaring higher everyday it is scary to even think about what hay prices will be like this summer. I am sorry Tina that you were "DISSATISFIED". Sometimes no matter what you do some people will never be satisfied. I do wish you the best of luck in your new barn.

Apr 12, 2011 - practicalhorseman
awesome barn

Don't let "truehorse" fool you... truth is: this was the fifth barn in 2 years for her and she is full of drama. Every single boarder is happy at BRF. Nick goes out of his way to make sure that you are happy and he treats every horse as if it were his own. If you can't follow the barn rules, repeatedly leave the gates open to the road, and try to convince other boarders to leave with you then you should expect to get kicked out of any establishment. This is a nice drama free facility. They have holiday parties and fun events. The horses are turned out as much as possible. I love it there and will continue to keep my horse there as long as they will let me. I love it there.

(no rating) Feb 22, 2011 - truehorse

Firstly, I was a little skeptical when I read that Caputo had been suspected of horse abuse and neglect in the military, but he was acquitted, so I though I'd give it a chance. After taking my horse, I was disgusted by the lack of stall cleaning. Every stall in the barn looked as though it had not been cleaned in a week. Needless to say, I wanted my horse out ASAP. I believe that he is a cheap person, who thinks he can make a quick buck on boarding horses for an insane amount of money for terrible care. Too many people are too lazy to actually care for horses. They have no problem standing there and telling kids to keep their heels down and their eyes up, but the just can't hack the physical aspect of the horse world. Don't take your horse their if you care about him not having thrush because the stalls are WET!

Sep 15, 2010 - ohioequestrian

Drama, Drama, Drama

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