We bought our dream farm in Pinckney in 1998. We started with a house, 3 barns, 2 silos, many acres and only 1 horse. After many years of hard work, early mornings, late nights and a few bumps in the road we are one of Livingston County's largest equine stables. And our 1st horse Chester still loved going down the trail at OVER 40!
Unlike many stables, we do not "specialize" in any particular breed of equine. Our "family" of equines are mostly rescued from neglect, abuse or serenaders from all over the country. Sherri Richardson personally saved these equines from an uncertain future and gave them the care, love and attention they need and continue to do so.
When you visit the Pinckney Stables you immediately notice equine's heads turning to see "who's here". Each of them have a unique personality. From silly to outright goofy. And from gentle to playful. We have them all! No worries, Sherri keeps the grumpy ones for herself!
The trails in Pinckney lead to the Lakeland Trail, an equine lovers dream ride that's full of groomed and smooth ridings. If you are looking for trails to ride, this is a great place to Board your Horse. If the ride gets too late, you can expect a bonfire going when you get back where Sherri and Jeff will listen to your stories and share some of their own, as long as you like.
Horse' N Around Stables offers horseback trail rides close to the following communities: Jackson, Ann Arbor, Dexter, Chelsea, South Lyon, Grass Lake, Brighton, Pinckney, Howell, Stockbridge, Lansing, Saline, Tecumseh, Adrian, Napoleon, Hamburg, Hanover, Arbor Springs, Brooklyn, Ypsilanti, Gregory, Fowlerville, Novi, Northville, Hell, Manchester, Plymouth, Canton, Belleville, Romulus, Detroit, and we have visitors come from Ohio and Canada.
Boarding in Pinckney close to the Pinckney Recreation Trails and Waterloo Recreation Area trails.