Fallen Ash
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      allen Ash Farm was founded by the Grayson family in 1979 with the purchase of one small mare named My Friend Daisy for two-year-old Kim Grayson.   With the interest of having a business that included the entire family, a small selective breeding program was begun, and the rest has become history.       The horses of Fallen Ash Farm are recognized world wide for their consistency in type, their natural brilliant attitude, and their success at the national show level.   What sets the achievements for this farm apart from many is that by most standards the core herd of horses is quite small.       The central philosophy of the farm is that success can be achieved in other ways besides just breeding a large number of horses in an attempt to increase the odds of getting a good one.  In the same vein, concentrating on these other objectives can greatly increase profitability.

Boarding
We are now offering several boarding options for our traveling friends and for those who have longer term needs to house their 38” and under miniature horses.

We have very nice 10 x 10 stalls with concrete floors and rubber mats. Stall walls are solid half way up with metal mesh on the top half.

Reservations can be made by calling Debbie at 740-507-6674 or by sending a Facebook message. Payment is due upon arrival and all horses must have current Coggins and health papers.
Debbie Grayson
6435 Concord Rd. Alexandria, OH 43001
740.507.6674
fafgal44@hotmail.com
RATES

Ovenight: 
$45 per night – Includes one bag of shavings and fresh water.
Owner/hauler to provide hay and feed.

Longer Stays:
For clients who may be interested in boarding for a longer period, before export or for other reasons, pasture board is available for $6 per day. All fields have run in sheds and fresh water. Horses will be fed twice a day according to the time of year.  

While in our care, horse owners are responsible for all incurred costs such as, but not limited to, hoof trimming, deworming, medications, vet expense, etc.

Fallen Ash Farm retains the right to refuse boarding a horse for any reason including, but not limited to, bad behavior, poor health, etc.