Horse Boarding - Best little HORSE HOUSE in Montana!
Welcome to our modernized website format - this is exciting!
We appreciate the opportunity to serve and want to thank all of the customers and friends who make this facility a warm, comfortable, quiet place to bring your horses.
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God bless !
Equine Motel - Box T Ranch and/or but not limited to its owners, operators, employees are not responsible for damage, injury or death of animals entrusted to its care, control or custody or persons entering the premises. Montana Equine Activity Liability Statute provides that it is the policy of the State of Montana that a person is not liable for damages sustained by another solely as a result of risks inherent in equine activities if those risks are or should be reasonably obvious, expected, or necessary to persons engaged in equine activities. The facility will not be liable for injury to animals left in stalls with halters on. Transporters and/or owners attest that animals brought to the facility from outside the state of Montana have the required current Coggins, vet health certificate and brand inspection (if required) for each animal. All riders using the facility will be required to wear appropriate riding apparel (specifically boots) and it is mandatory that any rider under the age of 18 will wear a riding helmet. EQUINE MOTEL - BOX T RANCH WILL BE HELD HARMLESS AND IS NOT LIABLE OR RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY OR ALL ACCIDENTS/INJURY TO PERSON(S) OR PET(S) OR INCIDENTS INVOLVING PERSONAL PROPERTY (INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THEFT, DAMAGE, LOSS, ETC).
There is NO SMOKING allowed within 30 feet of the barn and/or paddock at anytime.
Please do not throw trash (including cigarette butts, shavings or manure etc) on the ground - use proper disposal containers or dumpsites.
All pets must be on a leash and not allowed to roam without one. Please clean up their poop just as you would at a park. :)
The arena is available for riding if it's not muddy.
Please do not drop off horses without notifying caretaker, and, we ask that you don't pick up and load horses without first notifying the caretaker.
If you use it, put it back better than it was.
We do appreciate your cooperation and patronage.