Sudley Run Stables, LLC

Sudley Run Stables, LLC We are a small boarding facility providing quality care for your equine partner.
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02/09/2020

We have 2 stalls available in the main barn. We also have 2 field board or stall spaces available in smaller shed row barn with small group turnout. This option still allows you full use of the facility. Come join us and enjoy a friendly, knowledgeable atmosphere.

01/15/2020

We have 2 stall spaces available for February. Bring your horse to us to be able to ride in the covered and get a jump start on the spring season. Friendly, knowledgeable environment.

01/02/2020

Happy New Year! We are looking forward to what 2020 will bring us and our clients!

Sudley Run Stables, LLC's cover photo
12/24/2019

Sudley Run Stables, LLC's cover photo

Timeline Photos
12/24/2019

Timeline Photos

Eat up!!!  One round bale + one horse = Happy horse.
12/24/2019

Eat up!!! One round bale + one horse = Happy horse.

Clever Covert Farm
12/24/2019

Clever Covert Farm

A handy chart to keep around.

Glendevon Stables
12/17/2019

Glendevon Stables

Oh yes, I’ve seen this face!🤣

Crown Leather
12/12/2019

Crown Leather

Oh the memories! 🤣🤣🤣

Statelinetack.com
12/08/2019

Statelinetack.com

Haha! Winter is coming!

Statelinetack.com
11/26/2019

Statelinetack.com

It’s just how it works. 😏

Tamarack Hill Farm
11/08/2019

Tamarack Hill Farm

For some riders, the idea of "warm up" simply does not exist. Over decades, I have watched people drive in for a lesson. They unload, tack up, get on, walk around for the obligatory one minute and 23 seconds, pick up the reins, and start trotting.

I have done similar things.

About ten years ago, the great Olympic gold medal trainer, Klaus Balkenhol, was teaching a NEDA clinic at U-Mass Amherst. He talked about warm up, and how too many riders think of warm up as a tedious necessity that is to be sped through so that they can get on with the "real work."

Balkenhol explained that warm up is absolutely a part of real work, and he said that at a bare minimum, a horse should walk on loose reins for ten full minutes. Then, not be grabbed and drilled into the trot, but allowed to bend and stretch gradually, again, as part of the training process. He actually advised using a watch to self monitor, because ten minutes can seem like 20, if you are not used to the concept.

Some time after that, I was reading about a William Fox-Pitt clinic, in which William similarly advocated long, slow warm ups as an integral part of the work. He said, as I recall, that with some horses he will go out for a half hour walk before starting to ask for more.

And, yes, I realize that many riders have tight time constraints, and do not feel as though they can take the time to do the warm up correctly. If you are one who thinks that, I would simply have you ask yourself this question---

"If two of the greatest trainers in the world think that a long, gradual warm up is a critical part of correct training, and I do not, do I know better than they do?"

Stable Equestrian
09/24/2019

Stable Equestrian

Hunt Country Saddlery
08/25/2019

Hunt Country Saddlery

Piedmont Equine Practice
08/23/2019

Piedmont Equine Practice

Dr. Paul Anikis definitely won largest patient of the week when he went to visit Shanthi, an Asian elephant at Smithsonian’s National Zoo. Zoo veterinarians have been diligently managing her osteoarthritis with multi-modal therapies for decades. Joint injections with IRAP and Osphos treatments (administered by Dr. Anikis) are two of the tools they use to keep her comfortable and support her quality of life. Zoo keepers have noticed positive trends in her behavior following treatments while Zoo veterinarians have measured a decrease in inflammatory markers in her blood and joint fluid. Dr. Anikis is gratified to be able to use the knowledge he’s gained in equine medicine to contribute to Shanthi’s well being. To learn more about Shanthi or contribute to the Zoo’s efforts, please visit nationalzoo.si.edu

We are very excited that our Bar-Bar-A automatic waterers have been installed. Thanks to Broy and Son of Berryville for ...
08/01/2019

We are very excited that our Bar-Bar-A automatic waterers have been installed. Thanks to Broy and Son of Berryville for doing such good work.

Road to the Horse
07/14/2019

Road to the Horse

True story 🤣❤️🐴

07/03/2019

We will have 2 stalls coming available for August. Private or semi private turnout. Outdoor ring, covered ring with lights, and great ride out. Nice quiet barn with a great atmosphere.

Spring has sprung, thanks to boarder Andrea for her work on the flower beds!
05/06/2019

Spring has sprung, thanks to boarder Andrea for her work on the flower beds!

Just For Pets
05/05/2019

Just For Pets

A little horsey humor 😂🐴

Caitlin Raysser Show Horses
04/23/2019

Caitlin Raysser Show Horses

04/12/2019

We have 1 field board space (for a gelding) and 1 stall space (2 stalls if horses go out together) available.

To let some of our paddocks rest, we put up some electric paddocks. These boys seem very ok with this situation.
04/12/2019

To let some of our paddocks rest, we put up some electric paddocks. These boys seem very ok with this situation.

04/12/2019

Ready for the rain today, as we got 3 paddocks fertilized yesterday and are letting them rest for at least the rest of the month.

Sudley Run Stables, LLC's cover photo
04/12/2019

Sudley Run Stables, LLC's cover photo

Sometimes you want to ride, sometimes you just want to stop and pick flowers. Whatever your goals are, we are here to su...
04/12/2019

Sometimes you want to ride, sometimes you just want to stop and pick flowers. Whatever your goals are, we are here to support you.

Sudley Run Stables, LLC
04/08/2019

Sudley Run Stables, LLC

Sudley Run Stables, LLC
04/08/2019

Sudley Run Stables, LLC

03/19/2019

We have a stall opening up in April. If it was 2 horses going ot together, we could accommodate that also.

03/16/2019
Dave "Showtime" Meyer

This guy is always good for a laugh.

How to wrap your horse's legs.

THE HORSE SCREAMER really is the best trainer in the world!

This is how many of ours looked today! Although most weren't completely naked.
02/06/2019

This is how many of ours looked today! Although most weren't completely naked.

So much mud.

Emily Cole Illustrations
02/05/2019

Emily Cole Illustrations

This sums up this week!
02/02/2019

This sums up this week!

We know this feeling.
01/24/2019

We know this feeling.

“Eyes on me.” 🐴👀😂🦖

01/02/2019

Thank you to all our boarders and friends for a great 2018. We look forward to 2019 and what it has in store for us.

Merry Christmas to all our boarders, friends, and their familes.
12/25/2018

Merry Christmas to all our boarders, friends, and their familes.

It is really wet out, but if you boarded here, you would have a nice, dry covered ring to ride in no matter the weather.
12/15/2018

It is really wet out, but if you boarded here, you would have a nice, dry covered ring to ride in no matter the weather.

12/03/2018

Winter weather is here, but we have a covered ring with lights to keep you riding all year! We have two stalls available, contact us to come check out the farm. Various packages available.

Road to the Horse
10/23/2018

Road to the Horse

If you're a horse person, you know this to be true! #BarnRules

Our driveway sure has taken some hits this summer! Last night's wasnt the worst, but we will have to do some grading aga...
09/27/2018

Our driveway sure has taken some hits this summer! Last night's wasnt the worst, but we will have to do some grading again.

We have a couple stalls available as well as a couple field board spaces (for geldings) available.  Winter weather is ar...
09/20/2018

We have a couple stalls available as well as a couple field board spaces (for geldings) available. Winter weather is around the corner, bring your horse so you can keep going in our covered ring.

Shorty Jones putting in his dinner order.
09/05/2018

Shorty Jones putting in his dinner order.

08/27/2018

We have some space opening up in September. 1 stall will be available, possibly a second space in October. Up to 2 field spots for well mannered geldings. Contact us to come check it out!

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3673 Old Salem Ln
Marshall, VA
20115

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Anyone want to trail ride tomorrow around 10? Brenda Howell, Allison Howell, Natalie Charlton, Hillary Lak, Dana Lauren ?