Year-Round Horse Boarding



Self-Care Horse Boarding is only available for residents that live on-site in an RV space


*price subject to change and discounts available



Includes mucking and cleaning stalls, Providing good quality Bermuda or Alfalfa hay, Feeding twice daily, Cleaning and filling water buckets

*price subject to change and discounts available

Horse Stalls

Partial Covered Shade Stalls:

12X24 Feet        *If you have multiple horses, stalls can be joined together.

Fully Covered Barn Stalls:

12X24 Feet


60X60 Feet        *Includes a dedicated shade structure


Full Service Horse Stalls are cleaned daily by our experienced and dedicated staff. We feed 2 flakes each morning and 2 flakes each evening. You can choose between Bermuda grass, Alfalfa or a mix.  Waters are cleaned and filled during the morning and evening feeding routine.

Horse Pens and Fully Lit Arena

2 - Round Pens
1 - 30,000SQFT Lighted Arena 


  • Four horse wash stations
  • Common Tack Rooms
  • Private Tack Rooms
  • Restrooms
  • Showers
  • Trailer parking & storage
  • Plenty of parking
  • Security gate
  • Security cameras
  • Wireless internet
  • P&M arena is only 2 blocks from the stables

Health Requirements

All horses that board with Superstition Stables must meet the health requirements before arriving at our facility. Current boarders must also keep their horses health requirements met.

  • Proof of negative Coggins Test within the last 12 months or proof horse has been in Arizona for the last 2 years.
  • Proof of Influenza (prevent nasal and some viral nasal conditions) & Rhinopneumontis (prevent colds).
  • Proof of Stangles vaccine in the last 12 months and Rabies.
  • Proof of West Nile vaccine and Tetanus, Equine Encephalomyelitis-Eastern & Western (used to prevent sleeping sickness) in the last 12 months.
  • Proof of deworming in the last 3 months or proof the horse is currently on a daily dewormer program.

To Get Started Please Download and Fill Out The Following Documents 

1.Boarding Agreement.PDF

2.Horse Health Agreement.PDF