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    Oxer Farm is a privately family owned and managed equestrian center with a mission of providing hands on care and management of your horse in a caring and skilled environment. We are a full-board facility and do not offer pasture board.

    The farm is located on 28 rolling acres in the burgeoning horse country of north Hall County. This is our family farm and we are proud of the outstanding reputation we have earned over 20-plus years of owning and caring for horses.

    We provide full-time daily care from a highly skilled team experienced in the handling and care of all breeds. We are especially equipped to care for retired or aged horses. We do not accept stallions, untrained or aggressive horses, or horses under the age of 4.

    Our facility is most suited to boarders interested in the English disciplines of foxhunting, eventing and pleasure riding. Our large stadium arena and full-sized dressage arena are never crowded and are open and available for use daily until dark. We have beautiful well-maintained open fields and wooded trails for hacking out.

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    Barns and Amenities

    Two 9 stall barns, 12x12 matted stalls

    Fly spray system in each barn

    Spacious climate controlled tack room with bathroom

    Indoor and outdoor wash stalls, hot and cold water, and infrared heater for use in cold weather.

    Eight well managed, seeded and fertizilied grass pastures and paddocks. No dry lots or round pens.

    Four board oak fencing, hot wired.

    Arenas and Fields

    150 x 240, fenced stadium jumping arena 3" of M8/M10 footing, well maintained

    150 x 240, fenced stadium jumping arena
    3" of M8/M10 footing, well maintained
    Stadium jumps with a variety of 4" wood posts, gates, oxers, brush boxes

    Fields and Cross-country

    Low-level cross country course ideal for schooling young horses and for beginning riders. Fences range in height from 18" to 2'9" and 3"

    Course is an easy amoeba, challenging tadpole and perfect starter course for beginner-novice riders

    Obstacles include natural fences, coops, ditches, and water over rolling terrain with well-mowed and manicured galloping lanes