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Lord Hill Stables in Snohomish Purchased by Grateful Pine Farm

Lord Hill Stables in Snohomish Purchased by Grateful Pine Farm
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New owners continuing boarding operations and improving facilities.

March 25th, 2015, Snohomish, Washington — Kelly and Dan Munro of Grateful Pine Farm purchased Lord Hill Stables to expand their boarding, training, and breeding business.

Lord Hill Stables has long been known for it’s quality care and accepting atmosphere for riders of all disciplines and levels, both English and Western, to enjoy their horses.

Grateful Pine Farm, previously located on 5 acres in Monroe, provided breeding, training, and board to a small number of Norwegian Fjord Horses.

Owners, Dan and Kelly Munro have worked in the horse boarding and training businesses for many years and are grateful for the opportunity to expand into a larger facility.

“We are very happy that most of the wonderful boarders chose to stay on with us after the change of ownership and will continue to offer top-quality care to boarders of all breeds and disciplines in addition to growing our fjord program,” says Kelly Munro.

Grateful Pine Farm (formerly Lord Hill Stables) is located at 13620 Old Snohomish Monroe Road, 5 minutes South of Snohomish with easy access to 522, Pilchuck Animal Hospital, and Lord Hill Park.

There are currently a handful of stalls in the barn and a few outdoor paddocks with shelters available for new boarders. For more information visit www.gratefulpinefarm.com.

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ABOUT GRATEFUL PINE FARM

Grateful Pine Farm is a multi-discipline, horse-centric boarding facility in Snohomish, WA known for keeping happy, healthy horses and an exceptionally friendly barn atmosphere for both recreational and competitive riders.

The sunny 17-acre facility includes an approximately 100′ x 200′ lighted outdoor sand arena, 20×40 meter indoor arena with heated viewing area and bathroom, round pen, bridle path, multiple stabling options with generous tack rooms, grooming areas and wash racks, large turnouts, and – coming Spring of 2015 – a half acre Bolender-designed mountain trail course.

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