Horse Boarding

For many years before Glendale was purchased by our family in 1917, all the way through the mid-1960’s, the original barn housed milking herds, horses, ponies and a few 4H animal husbandry projects as well. Hay was stored in the hay barn on top, and the livestock was housed below. After an estimated 80-90 years of service, the building was beyond repair and eventually dismantled in the early 70’s.

In 1989, this barn was built on the same site to begin our boarding business. A tack room and hayloft are on the upper floor, with a grooming area immediately adjacent to the tack room. All stalls are on the ground floor.


  • Stalls averaging 90 sq. ft.
  • Cleaned every other day.
  • Fresh wood shavings provided for bedding.


  • Hay and grain provided morning and evening.
  • Feed regimens may be arranged.


  • Horses are turned out daily weather permitting.
  • 5 turnout areas on 2 acres, hay provided.
  • 2 pastures on 6 acres.
  • 150′ x 60′ sand-bedded riding ring with jumps.
  • Easy access to off-site riding on 40+ acres near the Housatonic River.

Veterinary Services

  • We will notify you immediately if we believe your horse requires veterinary attention.
  • If there is a medical emergency and you cannot be reached, Glendale will contact your veterinary provider
  • Shoeing available at your discretion.

Hay and Straw

  • Call for pricing and availability.

Safety and Convenience

  • Barn is equipped with a smoke and fire alarm system that is connected to a central alarm monitoring and reporting service. Milford Fire Department is only 2 miles away. Milford Police Department is 2.5 miles away.
  • Phone provided for local calls free of charge.


  • 6 am to midnight
Glendale Farms