DIAMAN H STABLES
21888 R45 Hwy
New Virginia, IA 50210
48 x 36 broodmare/breeding barn
152 x 90 barn w/arena and stalls
...not shown.....80 x 120 barn - arena/hay storage.
All board includes hay and/or lush grass/legume pastures. Board also includes access
to our 60 x 152 indoor arena and our 60' diameter covered roundpen.
All board is discounted (approximately) 10% if paid before the 10th of the month.
pasture (shared with our horses): $225/month
($200 discounted rate) for year round board. A $20/month hay surcharge will apply to horses boarded only during winter months.
paddock (pipe fencing with run in shed, and a couple of 'buddies', usually
we put large round bales into the paddocks so they will have hay 24/7): $220 - $250/month depending
on # in paddock ($200 - $225 discounted rate)
self care stall (we supply hay 2x/day and will feed your grain at that time - you
supply bedding, grain, stall cleaning, and turn out): $225/month ($200 discounted rate)
full care stall (also includes bedding (5-7 bags/month), grain (6-8 pounds/day
- split into two feedings), daily stall cleaning and turn out): $450/month ($400
Overnight stalls: $25/horse - includes hay and bedding.
Paddocks for multiple horses - $20/horse - as available.
Please note, we cater to the horse, not the human. So for the safety and comfort of
our horses, we do NOT have heated stalls or heated arena. (Exceptions made for early foaling mares)
We prefer our horses NOT be exposed to the dangerous ammonia and humidity levels present in heated stalls and/or
arenas. Talk to your vet and you will find that horses are healthier/happier outside. However, if you have a show
horse that needs a stall, we have a clean, healthy, well ventilated facility for them also!!
Heated tack/break room - yes
Heated waterers - yes
Under Iowa Law,
a domesticated animal professional is not liable for damages suffered by, an injury to, or the death of a participant resulting
from the inherent risks of domesticated animal activities, pursuant to Iowa code chapter 673. You are assuming
inherent risks of participating in this domesticated animal activity."