True Blue Photography’s Blog

December 13, 2011

The Horsey Hilton… Premier Equestrian Boarding and Training Facility Loomis Ca

I recently spent some time photographing the Horsey Hilton Equestrian Boarding Facility in Loomis California which my Aunt Mimi and Uncle Bill own and run. With gorgeous barns, ample pastures, covered arena, a full sized dressage court with wonderful boarders and world class instructors and clinicians, I couldn’t imagine keeping my horse anywhere else when living in the Sacramento, Roseville and Loomis areas. I took a lesson on my Aunt’s horse Fosco on a hot day under the covered arena and was surprisingly cool.

With the amazing full care that horses get here, I’m surprised that they didn’t call it Horsey Heaven. If you’re interested in boarding, call Mimi or Bill at (916) 652-8055 for information.

The main barn

The wash rack

Inside the covered arena

A rider enjoying the covered arena

The front barn

Covered feeders in one of the pastures

Fosco my love

A rider taking a clinic

A few of the four legged friends at Horsey Hilton

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2 Comments »

  1. Where did u actually get the techniques to post ““The Horsey Hilton Premier Equestrian Boarding
    and Training Facility Loomis Ca True Blue Photographys Blog”?
    Regards ,Cassie

    Comment by http://yahoo.com — February 9, 2013 @ 8:25 pm

    • Dear Cassie,

      My niece is a professional photographer (True Blue Photography), operating out of Long Beach, California.
      She assisted us in putting up information for equestrians seeking a quiet, private facility with limited boarding.
      We can accommodate up to 21 horses in two barns and lovely pastures with shelters. We believe horses need plenty of room and offer large turn outs, stalls, and grass paddocks for their well being. Our indoor arena has recently been upgraded with ground rubber and sand footing. We worked with an engineer for 150
      tractor hours to get the arena flat and footing the proper depth. We groom both arenas daily (we also have a full dressage court); also feed 3 times daily (Meadow Grass), no extra charge, and clean twice
      each day. We have an excellent record for horse care, and check on their welfare several times each
      day, tucking them in with a carrot at bedtime. Please call for a personalized tour. We offer lessons be-
      ginning through Grand Prix from outstanding instructors. Mimi & Bill Kelley, 916-652-8055

      Comment by Miriam (Mimi) Kelley — February 24, 2013 @ 4:52 pm


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