May, 2020:

Casey's boarding stalls are full at this time. We are taking names for a wait list.

Please contact us at info@casey'ssafehaven.org for more information

Casey's Safe Haven - A Holistic Horse Rescue

Casey's Safe Haven - A Holistic Horse Rescue

Digital Downloads for Boarders

Boarding Application - coming soon

Boarding Contract - coming soon

Waiver & Hold Harmless Form - coming soon

Operations Manual - coming soon

Welcome to Casey's Safe Haven Boarding

At Casey's Safe Haven, you will have more than a home-away-from-home for your horse(s). You will find other boarders who truly love their horses as a family member, on-site 24/7 management with over 35 years of experience and a lovely barn with beautiful and peaceful turn-out pastures.
The boarders will share the barn with Casey's Safe Haven rescued ponies, donkeys, and horses. Our philosophy for our boarders matches the rescues philosophy - Every equine is treated as family.

Our facility manager will make you feel comfortable knowing your "Family Member" is in good care. 

Facility/Boarding Features
Daily Turnout in Grass Pastures
12 x 12 Matted Stall with Optional Runs with Windows
Dust Free Premium Bedding
Stalls Cleaned Daily
Automatic Waterers
Premium Hay and Premium Organic Grain Feed
Organic Insect Control Solutions Used
Heated Viewing Room
Daily Turnout – Weather Permitting (includes summer fly-masks)
Indoor and Outdoor Sand Arenas
Manager Lives On-Site
PM Wellness Checks
Your Choice of Vets/Farriers

Service for blankets/fly sheets - please contact management for medical exceptions


Q&A
Where are you located?
We are located approximately 3 miles north of Route 64 on Route 47. We are directly across from Ramm Road, where it T’s into Route 47. 

Who are your boarders?
We have wonderful boarders along with Casey’s Safe Haven’s rescued ponies, donkeys and horses. Our boarders think of their horses as family members and we foster that atmosphere of a Home-Away-From-Home for your equine.

What is your turnout policy?
We turn out in all but the very worst weather. Our horses are out in our grass pastures seven days a week. We monitor the weather and bugs in summer and adjust their turn-out time accordingly. Our policy is to let horses be horses, which means outside whenever possible. We have several pastures so that horses can be grouped by temperament and personality. This allows us alternatives should conflicts arise. We will apply fly-masks supplied by the boarders.

What and when do you feed?
We feed organic premium grain.  Management stays in communication with boarders to watch for weight changes or altered eating habits so problems can be addressed immediately. Our hay vendor is carefully selected so consistent and healthy forage is available. 

What are your hours?
We are open 365 days a year from 9:00 am to 9:00 pm. We close at 6:00 pm on some holidays (New Year’s Eve, Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day). Since someone lives on our grounds, boarders must be considerate and adhere to our hours. 

Do you offer training?
We do not offer training at the barn.


Contact Us
Better yet, see us in person! 
We love visitors, but appointments are needed to visit so we can give you our undivided attention. Please contact us by phone or email. 
Barn drive-way is one drive-way north of our address. Google maps will take you to the house driveway. Please use the next driveway north for the barn.
If interested in volunteering at Casey's Rescue, please contact our visitor's coordinator.   Nancy McCormick: volunteers@caseyssafehaven.org