Rio is farm favorite! He has been on the farm since he was a yearling and has grown into a handsome fella!
We offer a range of boarding options from basic board to full care thus allowing each owner to customize his or her boarding plan to fit individual needs and schedules. Feeding only high quality locally grown Costal Bermuda hay and top quality Nutrena SafeChoice feed, we make certain that all horses are healthy and in good body condition. On site owners are able to offer full time care and personal attention to all of our horses. Green Savannah Stables, Inc. is a family oriented barn. Our riders are all ages from children to adults. Many riders focus on trail riding while some enjoy English pleasure, western pleasure, or dressage training and showing. Green Savannah is not a high pressure show barn nor are we competing to be on the cover of Luxury Stables Magazine and our prices reflect that. However, keeping the horses happy and well cared for is our top priority and something that we take very seriously. We feel that your trail horse deserves the same top care as your 4th level dressage star. Our focus is on providing a positive atmosphere for horse owners to safely enjoy their horses, pursue their training or showing goals, and spend time with other equestrian friends.
Both Basic Care and Full Care board packages include Nutrena SafeChoice feed and quality Coastal Bermuda hay fed twice daily. Horses are also provided fresh water several times daily.
Please browse our facilities tab and our FAQ tab for more information on the accommodations we offer to you and your horse.
Green Savannah Stables, Inc. Price List – Current 2022 - Prices subject to change.
Full Care Boarding $575 mo.
Includes 12 x12 stall with attached paddock, stall cleaning, pasture turnout, fans and blanketing, special supplement/medication administration with a soaked timothy, alfalfa, or beet pulp meal, Nutrena SafeChoice or senior feed and 2-3 flakes costal hay and water 2X daily, use of the facilities, tack room space, vet and farrier handling, deworming, parking for one trailer + other services as needed and requested.
Basic Care Board $375 mo.
Includes 12 x12 stall and 12 x 40 attached paddock, 8 bags of shavings, Nutrena SafeChoice feed and 2-3 flakes costal hay and water 2X daily, use of the facilities, tack room space, parking for one trailer, 4-5 hours pasture availability daily; owner handles: stall cleaning and turnout, deworming, vet and farrier appointments
Extra Services for those selecting Basic Care Board:
“Vacation” Stall Cleaning/Turnout/Supplements for those on Basic Care Board
$15 per day - $75 week
$30 mo - We will administer pill, pellet, or powder medication or supplement along with a small bit of feed to your horse once daily
Extra Trailer Parking
$30 mo - Extra trailer parking beyond the one trailer included in board packages can be purchased for $30 per month per trailer
Scheduling Spring and Fall Shots:
Free - We will schedule with SC Equine Associates to come and perform Spring shots in April and Fall shots in October. They will split the farm call for everyone. We can hold horses for clients who cannot attend these vet visits for $10 handling fee.
All horses at the farm must adhere to the facility’s shots rotation:
Spring: EWT/West Nile, Rabies, check teeth for dentals, deworming; optional-Flu Rhino
Fall: EWT/West Nile, Coggins test, check teeth for dentals, deworming; optional – Flu Rhino
Clients who do not participate in these vet visits must provide us with a detailed receipt for these shots from another vet during the month of April and October.
Please browse our Lessons tab for more information
As a courtesy to our boarders, we do occasionally invite outside specialty trainers to come to the barn to work with our riders. We encourage our boarders to contact us if they are interested in working with a specialty trainer.
Haul in/Arena Fee:
We require a $5 haul in/arena fee and a copy of a current coggins test for those who trailer in from other barns to ride at our facility for lessons, etc. Anyone interested in trailering in should contact Kelly at 803-464-7654 or email@example.com
Blanketing Information: Most horses do not need to be blanketed at all in the winter here at Green Savannah due to our mild SC winters and their access to a stall to keep them dry and out of the wind. We find most of our horses to be quite comfortable all winter long with no blankets. Therefore, we only offer blanketing services at this time for our full care customers for nights below 30 degrees for the average horse. For those with an especially short or thin coat, we adjust as needed.
Fans: Fans are set on timers to run for approximately 12 hours a day. This provides the horses with a nice breeze during the heat of the day.
A Note about our Paddocks: If you select a paddock stall or a stall with an attached turnout run, it must be kept free of manure and shavings from the stall. If you are cleaning your own stall, this is your responsibility. If you do not take care of this on a regular basis, we will ask you to step up to our full care package so that it can be consistently done.
A Note about our Pastures and Turnout System: We do not offer pasture only board. All of our horses have a stall to allow them to stay out of the elements during poor weather. We have several pastures that we use for turnout. All turnout is limited to 4 hours per horse per day. This allows horses to get out, run, stretch, kick, play, and socialize and then return to their stalls and paddocks so that another horse may be turned out to enjoy the pasture. Our 4 hour rotational system works well for our barn and our horses. We do not turnout in large groups to limit the possibility of injury to your horse. That is why our turnout time must stay limited to allow regular rotation. We do not rely on our pastures to provide grass as part of the horse's daily ration. We feed twice daily. Any grass provided on the pasture is intended to allow the horse to browse and munch while enjoying some time out each day. For those who feel their horse needs more time out or for those who cannot visit the barn regularly to turn their horse out, we offer regular board with attached runs as a boarding option for an increased price. Availability is limited.
Again, PLEASE refer to our FAQ page. The information there is extensive and will likely answer many of your questions.
Click on the link below to download and print our BOARDING AGREEMENT and RIDER RELEASE FORM.
Please bring the completed Boarding Agreement and Rider Release Form (one for every member of your family or anyone who will likely join you at the barn from time to time even if they do not plan to ride) along with a COPY of your current coggins test, shots records, and your first month's board in cash or check before arriving with your horse to board.
Photo Credit Micah Hewett Photography. This is Thay, one of our favorite big guys!