Bright View Farm, Inc. / Horse Boarding Farm in Antioch, Illinois

Bright View Farm is the perfect retirement facility for your horse. Built in 2008 with the geriatric horse in mind, each 12 x 12 stall has a window and a Dutch door which leads out to a private all weather turnout. Grass paddocks are available for all day turnout when weather permits. Board of $455 per month includes 2 to 3 feedings per day depending on your particular horse's needs. Feeding of your meds or supplements is included. Hot water wash rack and heated feed room provide comfort for both you and your horse. Friendly family atmosphere where you can just come and relax and enjoy your horse.

Although the farm is intended for retired horses, there is a sand arena and we are adjacent to the Dutch Gap forest preserve. There is NO indoor arena.

Currently I have room for one gelding (only). Please contact me at or l.waldbart @ or include your contact information in your inquiry.


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