Sunnybrook – Training Fees and Information

Monthly Board, Grooming, and Training

All Inclusive Full Training, Grooming, and Board

12 x 12 In and Out Stall with 12 X 24 paddock- $2150

12 x 24 Stud-Wire Fully Covered Stalls – $1950

Includes feeding three time a day; hay a.m. and p.m., pellets, shavings, cleaning twice a day. Daily feeding of supplements included. Customer supplies own supplements and medications.

Basic horse supplies provided: fly spray, shampoo, betadine, show sheen, etc.

Full Training Services five days a week including lessons, professional rides, turn-outs, and lunging. Normally 2 professional rides and 3 lessons.

Full Service Grooming includes daily grooming Monday thru Saturday, bathing, turn-outs, hand walking if needed, help tacking up and untacking for lessons or rides, wrapping, and show clips. (Does not include body clips)


$120.00 1 hour school horse lesson *24 hr. notice to cancel lessons to avoid charge*

If training customers can’t make their scheduled lesson time, their horses will be schooled on that day by a professional, in place of the lesson.

Miscellaneous Services

All services listed below are not included in the full monthly grooming fee.

Body Clips are additional for all horses.

  • Laundry – $40 per month
  • Blanketing (October – April) – $60 per month
  • Body Clip – Ponies $150 Horses- $175


We highly recommend that you insure your horse for mortality and medical, if it’s value is over $10,000 and it is under the age of 14. We recommend Equine Insurance. (626)445-2100

All horses are kept on a shoeing schedule by our shoer. (805) 501- 2358

Horses are dewormed and vaccinated spring and fall by our vet, Dr. Bruce Kuesis (805) 636-4259

We recommend that all show horses be kept on a monthly rotation of adequin and legend and a daily custom supplement plan, depending on the horse’s exact needs, supplied by SmartPak.

In cases of emergencies and where further treatment is needed, we use Dr. Rick at Alamo Pintado Equine Hospital. (805)688-6510. We keep an up-to-date file on each horse in the barn and need current vet and vaccine records when a new horse comes into the barn.