BHB owners Mark and Lynette Slater.
Come get away from it all and spend
some quality time with your horse!
|What's Happening at BHB|
At Bozeman Horse Boarding, we love horses. It's simple. We try to run our business for the benefit of the horses. We use a slow feed system with Cinch nets for more healthy, natural feeding.
The facility is extremely clean and well-maintained. Paddocks and drylots are cleaned every day of the year. They are never scraped. It's
a lot of hard work, but we think your horse is worth it!
Call 406-586-8155 or email us for current availability, but feel free to stop by anytime and meet us!
Board rate for segregated pasture groups is $240/month per horse. Paddock board (2 horses per paddock) is $300/month per horse. Board includes all hay, trailer parking and full use of the facility.
|MANURE HAULING SERVICE|
Give Mark a call at 406-586-8155 to schedule your manure hauling projects. Mark is a knowledgeable
horse person with 12 years experience and reasonable rates. One time jobs as well as regularly scheduled accounts.
Manure happens. Mark can help!
|From Our Customers|
"I came to BHB with my horse Scottie after trying two other places in Bozeman. Neither place
satisfied my expectations for Scottie's safety or care. BHB was the best decision. They far
exceeded all my hopes and provided the best environment for me and Scottie, and they really focused
on making up for the poorer food Scottie had been getting. Thanks to the truly expert care at BHB,
Scottie is thriving! Thank you Lynette and Mark!"
"I have had my two horses under the care of Bozeman Horse Boarding for quite a few years. I can take care of my home and business with the confidence that they are under the watchful eyes of Mark, Lynette and their crew. They don't just manage a facility, they get to know each horse and their owner. From young stock to geriatrics, they anticipate and respond to changing needs. Clean, dependable and most importantly, happy horses!"
Bonnie Hickey (TLA Fanci Accent and Plastil)
"I am so happy with BHB! My mare (horse) and mini-donkeys love it here. Mark and Lynette have gone above and beyond in taking care of my animals. I highly recommend BHB to anyone with horse boarding needs."
"I've really enjoyed my time here at Bozeman Horse Boarding. This peaceful and well-kept facility is a labor of love and it shows. My mare has been her happiest since being here! Thanks Mark and Lynette."
Carissa Grimm (and Pearl)
"I can't thank you enough for being so willing to help out when I needed to get my poor, sweet Sara to Montana Equine. Not just anyone would have agreed to do that for a perfect stranger. You were really life savers and your concern and caring for Sara warmed my heart. I will call you about hauling manure this winter or spring and also if I need a horse moved, hopefully under cheerier circumstances. Had Peter (Dr. Heidmann) been able to save Sara, it would only have been possible because of your kindness. I am eternally grateful to both of you!"
Stormy Barton Apgar
Mark Slater has continuously owned a horse since he was 15 years old. His father moved the family to Bozeman in 1976 and Mark was soon helping local ranchers move cows and later enjoyed team roping. He started boarding horses on Nelson Road over 16 years ago. He filled a niche when he began hauling manure from other stables and many private facilities around the valley. A competitive runner with 8 marathons under his belt, Mark also helps his sister Joye run the family business, Engine Machine and Supply. Mark is the proud father of two sons, Nick, 22 and Riley, 18. He owns 3 Paints, Bob, Tucker and Diva, that he uses for trails, hunting and pleasure.
Lynette Slater was born loving horses and walked blisters on her grandfather's feet at the pony rides as a little girl. She got her first horse at 12 and grew up riding with and working for noted Texas clinician and dressage "S" judge Dinah Babcock. She has ridden with Carol Lavell, Paul Belasik and more recently with Ruth Sabine Vogt, author of "Feeling Dressage". Lynette moved to Bozeman from Texas 23 years ago. She was barn manager for Fred and Lucy Leadbeater at All Star Stables in Bozeman and at their private facility in Paso Robles, CA specializing in reined cow horses. She owns Hobie and Maggie, retired Thoroughbreds and Zydeco, an Appendix QH by The Last Captive.