Barns at the Salt Lake County Equestrian Park



Barn/Boarding Policy

In addition to the Barn/Boarding policy below, there are several policies that govern general behavior in the park by riders and other guests, including those boarding at the park. Please check out these policies so you are aware of the rules.

General Park Policies


Barn & Boarding Policy

In order to provide for the barn flow, barn function and general public safety and enjoyment:

  • Boarders who rent month-to-month stalls/paddocks/runs from the Equestrian Park will receive a riding pass that allows the patron to use all available facilities within the Park.
  • Owners, trainers and boarders are expected to keep alleyways clear of equipment, excess hay, bedding, etc.
  • Heat lamps, space heaters, etc., are not permitted in the barns. Only incandescent light bulbs are allowed. Equine water heaters for water troughs are permitted, but must be approved by the Operations Manager.
  • A $25/per month fee will be assessed for boarders using equine water heaters.
  • Alcohol use is prohibited.
  • You are responsible for your own tack. Please plan accordingly for safekeeping of your personal belongings. The Equestrian Park is not responsible for lost or stolen personal items.
  • Smoking (including E-cigarettes) is prohibited, unless in a designated parking lot.
  • Only one animal is permitted per stall. Mares and un-weaned foals are allowed with the advanced approval of the Operations Manager.
  • Stalls are rented for the purpose of boarding horses. No other animals are to be kept in boarding stalls.
  • Park and barn lights must be out by 11:00 p.m.
  • Animals are not permitted to be tied to stall doors or stall fronts. Clients should use hitching rails, or their horse trailers to tie horses.
  • You are responsible for keeping your stall areas clean. When vacating a stall, it is the boarder’s responsibility to clean the stall.

The Salt Lake County Equestrian Park reserves the right to refuse service to anyone. Termination of a Lease Agreement or removal of Park privileges will be determined by Park Management. Any individual, boarder or patron of the Equestrian Park who is classified as a chronic rule breaker, will be evicted from the Park with the associated loss of Park boarding and usage privileges. A chronic rule breaker is defined as, but not limited to:

  • Anyone who warrants and receives two written warnings regarding a particular rule violation; or
  • Anyone who warrants and receives three written warnings regarding any combination of rule violations.

Any patron can protest eviction or rules enforcement by following these steps:

  • All protests must be filed in person at our office or by submitting a protest form within 48 hours of rules enforcement.
  • Protests must be accompanied with a $20.00 (non-refundable) administrative fee.
  • Equestrian Park and SMG management will meet and discuss the appeal. All recommendations will be final.