Horse Boarding at NVHA

NVHA has a Co-op managed horse boarding program. It is available to members that have been with the club for a minimum of 12 months.  Membership does not guarantee you will be able to board as it is available on a first come first serve basis. 

Please review the Co-op job description about what is required of a potential boarder. The boarding program is managed via the Coordinators along with the BOD. We have a 9 stall barn with tack room and runs as well as 8 larger paddocks with a shelter. 

Hay is procured by each horse owner, but owners frequently organize a group delivery. 

While turn-out to pasture is not guaranteed the Co-op takes great pride in consistently figuring out adequate groups to turn out as many horses as possible.  Your horse must be halterbroke and trained sufficiently to be handled by any person in the barn

The Co-op is full at this time, however if you are interested in boarding in the future, please send a message to the waitlist inquiry manager.



Speed limit is 5 MPH. Please watch your speed.

  1. No smoking on the property.
  2. Barn hours are generally  from sunup to sundown, however it is understood that access before and after may be necessary and will be considered acceptable.
  3. All instructors MUST provide a certificate of insurance with NVHA added as additional insured and sign a waiver.  No exceptions.
  4. Children must be supervised at all times.
  5. Non-NVHA members are not allowed at the barn or on NVHA property unless it is a show/public day or a prearranged volunteer day. Farriers, vets and others with their own business insurance are exempt from this exclusion and may provide services at the property.
  6. You must pick up after your horse around the barn area.  If outside this area, please broadcast manure when you are finished riding, this includes the arena, round pen, pathways and the driveway.
  7. Permanent trailer parking located on the property is available upon request and approval by the board, at the current monthly rate.  Please do not block driveways with trailers.
  8. No tying horses to the pipe panels or the supports for the overhangs.
  9. When riding into pastures, close all gates that you open immediately after going through. Leave gates open that you find open between pastures.
  10. Do not use another boarder’s tack or equipment without permission. Respect each others' paddock, stall, feed and storage area.
  11. Do not modify, move or add to any structure, fence or paddock.
  12. Dogs must be on a leash when horses are being handled. Clean up after your dog.
  13. Practice biosecurity, no note to nose touching with outside horses




Jan Lazzara

Vice President

Joanelle Cook


Sheila Edginton


Jackie Arnold

Membership Secretary

Jacqueline Milburn

Immediate Past President

Desiree Kuhn


Hylah Egeland-Umphress

                           - ends 2024

Allen Harrison - ends 2024

Gina Massolo - ends 2026

Steve Lombardi - ends 2026

David Higginbotham - ends 2025

Teresa Vandal - ends 2025