The Case Ranch has eight stalls in the main run in shed. Each stall opens into a corral area so the horses can come and go as they wish. The horses in the main run in shed are turned out into the large pasture as a herd during the day.
Each of the small pastures has its own small run in shed with two stalls. If necessary, these stalls can be closed during feeding. These stalls open into the pasture, so the horses staying there can come and go as they please.
Oregon horse boarding ranches have constant problems with mud. However, the Case Ranch has put up drain tiles and gravel drains in problem areas. We also use gravel and rubber mats in high horse traffic areas. This ensures your horse won't be standing in deep mud, even out in the pasture and even with heavy rain.
The Case Ranch has five different sections of pasture and over 30 acres of pasture overall. We have three round pens for training in addition to one very large indoor arena, complete with training equipment.
The Case Ranch has heated, indoor tack rooms and an automatic gate for those winter Oregon days when you don't want to get out your car. Additionally, the Case Ranch has ample parking and circular turnarounds that make driving horse trailers in and out a cinch.