Horse boarding

Bringing your horse to Earlham means keeping your equine friend in a beautiful facility within walking distance of your dorm room—all at an affordable rate.

At this time the program is only accepting student boarders. Please check back in future years for the possibility to board your horse as a community member.

Co-op member board (for students and community members)$305/month
Non co-op partial care board (for community members)$395/month for partial care (Co-op does everything except clean the stalls)
Non co-op full care board (for community members)$450/month

School horses

Our schoolies are not owned by the Stables, but free-leased from private owners for the school year. If you would like to consider sending your horse to college as a schoolie, please review our free lease information and contact the horse care manager.

Loved by many for lessons, team practice or recreation, and affectionately referred to as schoolies, these are our school horses.

Interested in becoming a boarder?

If you are a student, please reach out only after confirming your acceptance to Earlham and submitting your deposit.

  1. Email Barn Staff at [email protected] that you wish to board your horse.
  2. The barn staff will contact you and ask you to fill out further information about your horse. We are not able to meet the needs of stallions, pregnant mares, foals, weanlings or dangerous horses, and we may not be able to meet the needs of very young horses.
  3. Submit your negative Coggins, vaccine records, health certificate (if outside of Indiana), and boarding contract.

Congratulations! You are now a boarder at Earlham College stables. Learn about next steps for your arrival and responsibilities.

More information and resources

The Office of Student Life works behind the scenes to keep you safe, healthy and fulfilled throughout your journey at Earlham College. Whether you are looking for academic advice, a shoulder to lean on, or opportunities for personal and professional growth, our team is here to support you through it all.

We continue to monitor the effects of an industrial fire 1.1 miles from campus.
We continue to monitor the effects of an industrial fire 1.1 miles from campus.