Boone County, Missouri
With three pastures, we offer year round boarding for your horse. The pastures are rotated so we keep our horses on grass for much of the year. During the winter months we provide hay and a winter pasture.
Located at the north end of the Cedar Creek Trail district of the Mark Twain National Forest, riding opportunities abound on the 36 miles of horse-friendly trails to the south. A trail map of the area is provided.
For decades the property has been family owned and maintained. We seek to honor that tradition by keeping it that way. Please feel free to visit and see if our farm is the right fit for you and your horse.
The iris have bloomed (including those on the roof of the root cellar) and the hostas are thriving.
Bluebell Hill Farm is Sally Wells’ and George Rickerson’s small, user-friendly horse boarding service in southeastern Boone County, Missouri. On February 28, 2017, Sally Wells and George Rickerson met with Nancy Gerard Russell and Walt Gerard Johnson at Mid America Mortgage Services to close on the purchase of the old home place of Whip PoorContinue Reading Our Story
Equestrian Boarding With three pastures, we offer year round boarding for your horse. The pastures are rotated so we keep our horses on grass for much of the year. During the winter months we provide hay and a winter pasture. Nearby Riding Trails Located at the north end of the Cedar CreekContinue Reading About Us
It has been a busy, productive week at Bluebell Hill Farm. In the west and south pastures, the Hedge and Honey Locust trees have been cut down and dragged into burn piles. In a few days, once the rain has stopped and things have dried out a little, we’ll burn those piles and then brushContinue Reading Clearing the Pastures