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  Meadow Brook farm is a family owned place to keep you best friend where he/she will receive individualized care at a reasonable cost. Indoor arena and a beautiful outdoor ring with wonderful all weather footing! I have been very happy I chose this farm and discovered many new friends as well. My horse is happy, relaxed, and very well cared for. The other boarders are a friendly and social group, which makes it even more fun to ride. Doesn't matter if you ride English or Western. Looking forward to many hours of trails this summer!
-Jody Pickle
  Meadowbrooks farm is a lovely facility. Clean and well maintained. Owner takes a good care of the borders. My horse has a nice spaceous stall with French window. They have a beautiful, big and bright indoor arena with a nice footing. Several pastures around the barn. Friendly people. My horse is well taken care of and I don't need to worry about him the days I work and can't see him. I know he is in good hands.
We recently relocated from TN with our 2 horses. We searched many barns, but Meadowbrook was the best fit. I have 2 very different horses with different needs. Staff at Meadowbrook had no issues meeting their requirements. I love that all disciplines are welcome, and it's a family friendly environment. My young daughter can have training come to her. My horses are always happy and content. Quality hay and grain provided. Pleased to be apart of this great barn.
  I highly recommend Meadowbrook Farm to anyone who’s looking to board their horse.
Amazing facility for both horse and owner. Stalls are cleaned everyday, excellent feeding program that helped my underweight horse to finally reach a healthy weight. He has bloomed. I love the friendly environment at the barn when life is so stressful.
Owner is extremely knowledgeable and helpful. I have the peace of mind knowing my best friend is well taken care of when I can’t make it to the barn. This is my happy place. Thank you Meadowbrook Farm.

Karine Giguere