To create an advertisement, you must first Register. By doing so you are assumed to have read and agreed to our Terms & Conditions and are bound by our Terms & Conditions. Please enter all relevant information pertaining to your farm/boarding facility on the form below as it is your advertisement that potential clients will see. You will also enter your username and password that you chose when you registered on the form below as you will need it when you want to create a new ad, view your past ads, edit your current ad, change your contact info etc. Please make sure to include all images and YouTube video links that you want listed in your advertisement for potential clients to see. (Again, the information you fill out on this application about your advertisement is the information that will be used in your ad, so please write it up that way).

When advertising a barn facility for boarding you want to make sure to include everything your barn has to offer like an indoor arena, on-site trainer, full board or partial board etc.,any videos or pictures of your facility are recommended so the client can get a clear view of what your facility looks like, also make sure to describe the atmosphere of your barn. Is your barn strictly a show barn, a pleasure barn or both? Professional pictures recommended.

Your advertisement will not only be advertised on our site, it will be advertised on the front page all month of our partner site Horseclicks.com, our Facebook business pages, IG, our YouTube channel and several other sites we work with. That’s 5X the exposure you’d receive by advertising with us! You will not find that with any other equine advertising site, but then again we aren’t your typical advertising site! We do everything we can to go above and beyond  for our clients as they are our #1 priority !  Our job is to help you portray your farm/boarding facility in the best possible light, if you have any questions about what type of pictures to include or what to include in your ad, please don’t hesitate to call or email us and we can help you with ideas! 


Western Dressage is defined as using classical dressage concepts and principles to train and develop the western rider and horse. The goal, specifically, is to develop cadence, balance, relaxation and the acceptance of the aids through the tried and true methods of classical dressage. When we combine Western Horsemanship principles and Classical training to ride our horses, we develop a well rounded and balanced partnership.


This sport involves the execution of precise movements by a horse in response to barely perceptible signals from its rider. Particularly important are the animal’s pace and bearing in performing walks, trots, canters, and more specialized maneuvers. Training is divided into the elementary campagne and the advanced haute école. Dressage competitions have been included in the Olympic Games since 1912. Riders compete as individuals and in teams.


Barrel racing is a rodeo event in which a horse and rider attempt to run a cloverleaf pattern around preset barrels in the fastest time without knocking any barrels over. In collegiate and professional ranks, it is usually a women’s event, though both sexes compete at amateur and youth levels.


A polo pony is the term used for a horse used in the game of polo. They may be of any breed or combination of breeds, though many have a significant amount of Thoroughbred breeding. They are called “ponies”, but that is a reference to their agile type rather than their size; almost all are horse-sized.


Western pleasure is a western style competition at horse shows that evaluates horses on manners and suitability of the horse for a relaxed and slow but collected gait, along with calm and responsive disposition. The horse is to appear to be a “pleasure” to ride, smooth-moving and very comfortable. All breeds can be used in Western pleasure.


Although English show horses can consist of Show jumping, Dressage and Equitation, English show horses in a flat class are judged at a walk, normal trot and canter and judged on manners, Performance, attitude, quality, suitability of horse to rider, and conformation. Any breed can compete in an English show class.