About our Stables Our crown jewel is our 2017 Arena Barn with 6 large open stalls with private paddocks. Wide aisle with indoor wash rack with hot water and a heated/cooled restroom for all boarders. Our top tier stalls in the arena barn also include a private heated and cooled lounge and tack room with lockers. We have 3 additional unique horse barns within 50 steps of each other, each barn has their own locked tack room with plenty of room for large tack boxes. There are 4 big box stalls in each barn and every stall has an attached private paddock. Owners do not need to fear their horse being kicked, bitten, or bullied. Most horses quickly learn their hay and feed is theirs alone to eat in peace and at their own pace.
For those who prefer 24/7 outdoor living for their horses, we have two large grass pastures that each hold 2 horses. Our pasture boarders have access to all the same amenities as stall boarders: locked tack room, blanket racks and halter hooks are all reserved for your use. Each pasture has a large solid run-in shed for shelter during inclement weather or just to get out of the heat of the day. They also include heated automatic waterers for your piece of mind that they will have water at all times. Each horse is fed grain and/or dry supplements twice a day.
Inside the Arena Barn is our large indoor standard Dressage riding arena. The indoor arena has large doors to facilitate air flow in summer, or keep closed up in winter. It has openings to the aisle of the barn, sunlights to let in light, and large lighting fixtures to keep every corner well lit for the comfort and convienence of you and your horse. There is fenced acreage for riding, including a large outdoor riding arena, and grass areas for exploring. We have a 75-foot round pen for your use and an outdoor wash rack with a 180 degree washing wand hose for bathing horses.
If hacking out is your preference, we have lots of choices. There are two sets of wooded trails that are beautiful for you and your horse to explore, as well as quiet country roads with minimal vehicle activity all around the property.
Helmets must be worn by all boarders and riders at Jubilee Stables. Every ride, every time!
Stall with Private Paddock Boarding Stalls range in size from 12X14 to 16X20. Each stall has heated water, mats and an exit door to the paddock. Horses love the freedom to go from their stall to their paddock as they choose. We maintain horse-safe fencing with electric rope braid as the top-line.
Pasture Boarding Pasture board is available in our 2 acre pastures with run-in sheds. Pasture board includes heated waterers, grass year-round depending on the rainfall, safe fencing with strong gates, and hay available in a round bale feeder or square bales fed twice daily if needed.
Our boarding rates start at $375 per month and includes feeding twice daily, grain and hay. We clean stalls every other day for full service board, for those on a budget we offer a discount for those who prefer to clean their own.
Safety and security of horses and equipment is insured with our on-site camera surveillance system.
Arena Barn Stall with Private Paddock Boarding Built in 2017, large indoor arena with 6 stalls with private paddocks Heated/cooled locked Boarder lounge/tack room Heated/cooled Bathroom Hot water Wash Stall
Dairy Barn Stall with Private Paddock Boarding We have 3 smaller barns with 4 stalls with private paddocks in each barn Locked tack room
Pasture Boarding We have two large grass pastures that each accommodate two horses Locked tack room
Included Amenities and Services:
Parking for owners and guests
Farrier is scheduled on regular basis
Vet service is scheduled spring and fall
Dispensing of owner-provided dry supplements
Grass turn-out paddock for general use of boarders
Fenced riding/grazing area with outdoor sand arena and picnic table
Custom supplementation and/or medication
Holding for Farrier and Vet
Special feed or hay preparation Liquid supplements require special handling and we will feed those with an appropriate monthly fee. Medications are also an additional cost if administered separately from feed.
LAURA HIMES Laura grew up riding English and Western at local county shows and 4-H shows. She spent her teenage years Eventing through training level and after high school became a working student for Jonathan Holling in Ocala, FL. She attended Purdue University and graduated with a degree in Agribusiness Management, with a minor in Animal Science. During her college career, she was a working student/assistant with Jennifer Kaiser at Forrest Hill Farm, specializing in Dressage. She has since earned her USDF Bronze, Silver and Gold medals as well as all Freestyle Bars. Laura was honored to be invited to USEF Festival of Champions to compete in the U25 Grand Prix (Brentina Cup). She has taken over 10 horses to regional championships and has had a number of horses she started attend USDF regional championships and finals. Laura has been teaching for about 4 years, in that time she has been fortunate to coach a couple of riders to their USDF Bronze medals. She is based out of Northern Indianapolis and travels to Tippecanoe County to help riders and their horses realize their expectations together.
Types of Instruction Basic Riding for Beginners as well as Horsemanship, Dressage and Western Pleasure. Private and semi-private lessons are offered according to instructor’s schedule. Other specialized instruction*
Basic horse handling
Beginning Liberty Work
Lungeing and work on the long-lines
Preparation for horse shows
Coaching at horse shows
If you are interested in learning how to ride or in moving your riding ability up a level call Laura at 765-761-8140.
Retired Horse Care We specialize in retired horse care. We know owners want to provide their horse with best facilities and yet be easy on the pocket book. For the absentee owner, we care for your horse as you would. We also maintain communication with you regarding your horse. Caring, cautious handling of horses is high priority and we live on site. Safety and security of horses and equipment is insured with our on-site camera surveillance system.
Custom Horse Care We know one size does not fit all horses. That is why we give special attention to the needs of each horse in our care.
While we have regular farrier and veterinary services, boarders are more than welcome to use a different farrier or veterinarian of their choosing.
Farrier Service is provided by Ryan Wilkins. Ryan graduated from the Indiana State Horseshoeing Academy and went on to teach at ISHA for one year. Ryan has a solid foundation of shoeing horses for a variety of disciplines, as well as specialized/corrective shoeing. Ryan has worked with many veterinarians, including Dr. John Hunt with whom he still works on special needs, corrective shoeing cases, and surgical cases. Ryan is always professional, keeps his schedule, and runs on time. He is also flexible and will work in an emergency shoe repair for your horse if needed.
Veterinary Service is most often provided by the Community Veterinary Practice Service from Purdue University. We schedule annual barn visits in the spring and fall.
Feeds and Feeding
We manage and personally administer all feeds. We currently feed Kalmbach, Nutrena, and Tribute under the guidance of an equine nutritionist who visits the farm regularly. We will buy other feed brands if deemed necessary by the owner. We purchase and provide all feeds. Every horse is fed grain 2 times daily. The amount of grain is determined for each horse by their weight and the amount of exercise they are given by their owner. We feed properly cured grass hay and grass/alfalfa mixed hay. Round bales are provided for most horses and are in safe horse bale feeders or inside hay huts. Square bales are always available and are stored inside each barn.