Reserving Space & Amenities
OVERNIGHT BOARDING @ $20/night/per stall
The Salt Lake County Equestrian Park has a limited number of stalls for boarding horses on a nightly basis. These stalls are available on a first come, first served basis and may not be available at certain times of the year because of large events or shows. All overnight boarding requires a reservation. Please call 385-468-1600 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Monthly boarding is reserved on a first come, first served basis. For all questions regarding monthly boarding, please email email@example.com. There are several types of accommodations:
- Stalls – Indoor @ $110/month*; Outdoor @ $90/month*
The Equestrian Park has 300 stalls that are available for monthly boarding. Indoor stalls are located in barns A-E and outdoor stalls are in barns 100-600. There is no overnight boarding in these barns.
- Paddocks @ $350/month*
Paddocks are available on a first come, first served basis. A maximum of six horses is allowed in the paddock – no exceptions. Lessee is responsible for cleaning the paddock. If repairs are needed, please submit a work order.
- Runs @ $120/month*
Runs are available on a first come, first served basis. Two horses are allowed in a run at one time. Modifications to runs, structures or fences are prohibited. Any maintenance issues must be discussed with the Operations Manager.
*A monthly riding fee of $17 wll be assessed with each stall rented.
TERMINATION OF STALLS/RUNS/PADDOCKS
Rental agreements may be terminated upon fifteen (15) days written notice. Renter is responsible for the full month’s fee, if notice is received at the Equestrian Park office after mid-month. See Lease Agreement for details.
- Tack Rooms - Barn 100 @ $23/month; Barns A&B @ $75/month; Barn E @ $38/month*
Tack rooms are rented on a monthly, first come, first served basis. Renters may choose to rent an extra stall and use it for hay and tack storage at the current stall rate. Modifications to stalls in any way must be approved by the Operations Manager prior to enclosing or changing a stall.
- Hay Storage @ $60/month
Storage is available on a first come, first served basis. Hay storage is limited. Those without a place to store hay may use a tack room, tack stall or covered area designated for hay storage.
- Walker Space @ $40/month; $350/year (1 per person)
A limited number of spaces is available on a first come, first served basis. Walkers are privately owned, maintained and operated. The Equestrian Park rents the space for the walkers. Walkers must be placed in designated walker spaces.
- Shavings Bins @ $20-25/month
There are two sizes available rented on a first come, first served basis. The Equestrian Park assumes no liability regarding the bins. However, we reserve the right to approve or disapprove conditions of or contents in the bins. Please abide by the following rules:
- Shavings bins must be kept clean and tidy, including the apron in front of the bins.
- Shavings need to be within the walls of the bin and covered with a tarp at all times.
- The tarp must be secured only with a pipe on the front and back. No exceptions.
- Nothing else is allowed to be stored in the bins (hay, straw, etc.)
- Nothing can be attached in any way to your bin.
- Trailers cannot be parked in shavings bins.
- Trailer Rental Space @ $20/month (event users); non-boarders @ $50/month
Horse and equine-related trailer rental space is available to boarders and the general public on the east or south fence, next to the overflow pond. All trailers must display a current sticker. Space for recreational house trailers, cars, trucks, boats and other vehicles is not available.
- It is inappropriate for boarders to leave trailers overnight in any other place within the Park, except in designated trailer space. The Equestrian Park reserves the right to move trailers at any time for any reason. Trailers without stickers and any inappropriately parked or unauthorized trailers will be towed at the owner's expense. The Equestrian Park assumes no liability.
To add an additional amenity in the Park, a new Lease Agreement will be written in the office in person. Access to the amenity will be available once the agreement is executed. Moving into a vacant amenity before a contract is signed will result in a charge of $75 per stall; additional fees may be assessed or citations may be issued.
MOVING FROM ONE AMENITY TO ANOTHER
After signing the initial lease agreement, moving to another stall within six (6) months, will cost $100 in administrative fees. After seven (7) months, but prior to the first year of your lease, the cost is $50. Before moving, please fill out a new Lease Agreement with the Equestrian Park. Agreements between patrons/boarders are not allowed; transactions must be handled through the Equestrian Park. There is no fee for adding amenities to a current contract.
Please inform the Equestrian Park 15 days prior to the end of the month of intent to vacate any or all amenities to avoid being billed for the entire next month. Please fill out a Termination Notice by the 15th of the month or visit the Park office to give notice. Phone call notifications are not accepted.
The Equestrian Park does not pro-rate fees for vacated amenities. Billing will be for the entire month, even if the amenity is used for just a few days.
MATS IN STALLS
If the stall has a mat in it, lessee is responsible for its upkeep. If it becomes unusable due to neglect, lessee must replace it. If a stall does not have a mat, the Equestrian Park is not obligated to purchase one. Boarders, however, may purchase their own mats.
The Equestrian Park has paved and unpaved parking lots around the facility. No overnight parking is allowed. Overnight camping in an RV or trailer is allowed in conjunction with an event, with approval from the Event Manager. Fees apply.
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