Fishing Rock Farm

Boarding Facility

We plan to share our facility with a few boarders and are dedicated to providing the finest care for all horses entrusted to us.  The amenities are designed to enable competitive equestrians the ability to train effectively and recreational riders an environment to enjoy their horses. We recognize everyone has their own unique horsemanship goals and each owner will be treated with respect.   

Fishing Rock Farm construction began in 2008, with an ultimate completion date in 2013.  

Now accepting pasture boarders at $300/month.

Please contact us for more information or to schedule a visit.




Forty acres are dedicated to grass paddocks planted in Kentucky 31 Fescue or MaxQ Endophite-Free Fescue.  Ongoing maintenance is performed for semi-annual weed control and pastures are fertilized annually. 

Each pasture is equipped with Nelson automatic waterers and the safest fencing in the industry.  Three and four-rail Priefert Ponderosa powder-coated steel tubing eliminates the chance of catastrophic injuries from high-tensile wire, and is safer and more secure than standard wood and electrical fencing options. 

Riding Trails

The farm has 80 acres of wooded trails and a full mile of grass bridle-path for pleasure or conditioning. 

Round Pens

100’x100’ Outdoor Arena 

Foaling Barn  

3 - 16’x16’ stalls, each equipped with:

  • Nelson automatic waterers
  •  ¾” floor mats
  • Shoo-fly automatic insect system
  • Commercial-grade fans
  • Custom designed Lucas Equine stall doors with mesh/yokes for increased air circulation and reduced claustrophobia
  • Pinlock door latches for safety 
  • Dutch doors with windows that open to individual one-acre paddocks
  • Kalglo stall heaters with individual thermostats
  • Orion West lighting - produces 30% more light than a standard metal halide, shadow-free, daylight quality

Outdoor Wash Rack 

Priefert Exerciser

  • 60’, 6-horse Free Flow panels
  • Variable speed settings in both directions 
Hay and shavings storage - Hay and shavings are stored in a separate building to reduce the risk of fire.  

Manure Bay

Manure and shaving waste is removed from the barn area daily and pastures weekly; unloaded in the manure bay and hauled away by a local farmer.  


Future Enhancements

Our future building plans include a main barn to be completed in 2013.

















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