Equine Real Estate Resources

Owning, boarding, and showing horses requires real estate and particular kinds of structures like barns and stables. With this list of equine real estate resources, equine owners in West Virginia (WV), Pennsylvania (PA), and Ohio (OH) and the businesses that serve them find ready access to businesses and locations to help locate the best property to serve your goals.

Image of a horse stable, representing how even using the best equine real estate resources also requires help from an equine lawyer in WV, PA, or OH to protect your interests.

Jenkins Fenstermaker, PLLC is providing this listing of equine industry professionals as a courtesy; any equine industry professional can request to be listed here and the firm in no way endorses any of the following business, professionals, or their services. To have your equine business listed in our Resources clearinghouse, please contact Allison J. Farrell by phone at (304) 521-6120 or by email.

Types of Equine Real Estate Resources in WV, PA, and OH

Real estate used for the boarding, raising, training, or recreational or professional use of horses must be expansive. Whether in the mountains of West Virginia or the rolling hills of Pennsylvania, or Ohio, properties that serve the horse industry or its enthusiasts should include certain features:

  • Pastureland with healthy soil
  • Adequate access to clean water
  • Good drainage
  • Secure fencing
  • Easy access to the community or highway
  • Proper zoning where necessary
  • Adequate outbuildings for housing horses, feed, and equipment

The lists include properties and vendors in and around West Virginia where you can find places to house and enjoy your horse companions.

Horse Properties for Boarding

Many people who own horses board them at special facilities, either because they don’t have adequate space themselves or because the space offered by a boarding stable is superior or provides extra care, training, or socialization for its horses. Finding the right boarding barn for your horse first requires you to consider your needs and budget.

Determining your preferences and needs is the first step to choosing a boarding barn. Here are some factors to consider:

  • What amenities does the boarding barn offer?
  • Is someone available 24/7?
  • Does the facility have ready access to riding areas such as arenas, trails, or otherwise?
  • May you use your own veterinarian, farrier, trainer, or other service provider?
  • What are the facility’s hours and days of operation?
  • What type of storage space is available for each horse’s tack, feed, and equipment, and is it secure?
  • How far is the facility from your home?
  • May you use your own feed and hay?

Below are some boarding facilities to get your search started:

Horse Boarding in WV

Kross Kreek Farms, LLC, 725 Glade Run Road, Bridgeport, WV 26330

(304) 842-1875

[email protected]

THANKS-A-LOT FARM, 1583 N. River Road, Augusta, WV 26704

(309) 376-2144

CB Ranch, 3627 Sampson Road, Lewisburg, WV 24901

(304) 445-6168

[email protected]

Timber Ridge Farm, 852 Fraziers Bottom Road, Fraziers Bottom, WV 25082

(304) 989-1983

[email protected]

Pineview Farms and Stables, Mt. Clare, WV

(304) 704-6303


Horse Boarding in PA

Manchester Farms Horse Boarding, 52 Manchester Lane, Avella, PA 15312

(724) 344-8600

[email protected]

Quigley’s Farm Horse Boarding, 197 Waterway Road, Oxford, PA 19363

(484) 467-6266

[email protected]

Regency Horse Ranch, Regency Lane, Scottdale, PA 15683

(724) 887-7299

[email protected]


Horse Boarding in OH

Harmony Hills Equestrian Center, 12243 Sprucevale Road, East Liverpool, OH 43920

(330) 301-5021

[email protected]

Hunters Court Farm, 4223 S. County Line Road, Johnstown, OH 43031

(740) 967-2684

[email protected]

An Equine Real Estate Agent Specializes in Equine Properties

If you’re looking for the perfect home for you and your horse, working with an equine realtor may be the ticket to finding the ideal property. An equine realtor knows what to look for in properties that best serve horses and where to find such locations. A local equine real estate agent can also be an additional resource on local regulations, lenders who understand the unique qualities of equine properties, and inspectors familiar with the structural needs for keeping horses.

If you’re looking to lease or buy a property for your horses, check out some of the real estate sites and realtors below:

A WV Horse Lawyer: One of the Key Equine Real Estate Resources

Finding the right realtor to handle the purchase or sale of equine real estate is critical, but, when legal issues arise, you also need an equine lawyer in WV, PA, or OH as one of your equine real estate resources. Working out of Clarksburg, WV, the Equine Legal Team at Jenkins Fenstermaker, PLLC provides guidance and litigation services when issues arise in equine real estate and related matters. For a consultation, contact Allison J. Farrell at (304) 521-6120 or complete this online contact form.

Jenkins Fenstermaker, PLLC is providing this listing of equine industry professionals as a courtesy; any equine industry professional can request to be listed here and the firm in no way endorses any of the following business, professionals, or their services. To have your equine business listed in our Resources clearinghouse, please contact [email protected]