Horse Motels International

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To locate a horse motel simply click on any of the underlined states, provinces, or countries below to view all the horse motels available in that state, province or country. Virtually all horse motel owners will want to see current health papers, including a negative Coggins test, for your horse(s) before allowing you onto their property. Make sure you have them before hitting the open road.

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United States

Alabama     Alaska   Arizona   Arkansas     California   Colorado   Connecticut   Delaware   Florida   Georgia   Hawaii   Idaho   Illinois   Indiana   Iowa   Kansas   Kentucky    Louisiana    Maine   Maryland   Massachusetts    Michigan  Minnesota    Mississippi   Missouri   Montana   Nebraska    Nevada   New Hampshire   New Jersey   New Mexico   New York    North Carolina    North Dakota   Ohio Oklahoma  Oregon   Pennsylvania   Rhode Island   South Carolina   South Dakota   Tennessee   Texas    Utah   Vermont Virginia   Washington   West Virginia    Wisconsin   Wyoming


Alberta    British Columbia    Manitoba   New Brunswick   Newfoundland   Nova Scotia Ontario   Prince Edward Island   Quebec Saskatchewan Yukon Territory

International Countries

Argentina   Australia   Ireland   The Netherlands   Turkey   United Kingdom

We offer a complete listing by country, province, and state of horse motels anywhere in the world. If you're traveling and need lodging for your horse(s), check our web site for a facility along your way. If you own a horse facility we hope you'll list with us. To learn more about listing your horse facility on our web site, click on our List With Us page. If your country isn't listed we'll be glad to add it. We wish to accept only high quality facilities to assure our customers a safe, comfortable overnight stay. If you are a traveler and have comments about your accommodations, feel free to e-mail us or fill out our comments questionaire; we welcome your feedback. When reading other's comments, keep in mind that everybody has different expectations. It's suggested that you look for overall trends about a facility rather than, perhaps, one traveler's dissatisfaction which can hurt an otherwise great facility's ranking. Facilities are listed alphabetically by city within each country, province, or state. To keep your horse(s) at a listed horse motel, current health papers and a negative Coggins test are required.
Editor's Note: The most common complaint I receive from horse motel owners concerns "no shows." Most horse motels don't require a deposit but if you make a reservation and don't show up and don't call to cancel, you jeopardize the horse motel system in general. Generally, horse motels are people's private property and they are offering a service to let travelers keep their horses at their home. Please! be considerate enough to cancel a reservation if your plans change. Those of you who don't may spoil it for the rest of us.

7/8/15 - Just Added. A disturbing trend seems to be developing. I've been receiving more and more comments from travelers (which I very much appreciate) that write of their late arrival at their horse motel. Yes, things can happen enroute to delay an arrival at a horse motel but if it becomes common practice to arrive late, even though most horse motel owners put on a "smiley face," after a while it can become old and I've had horse motel owners discontinue their listing with me due to so many late arrivals, among other reasons. Remember, you are staying at a person's private home. Most horse motels are not traditional motels with full time staff available 24 hours a day. They are owned by people who have jobs, ranches to run, chores to do, etc., every day and like to get a good night's sleep, just like the rest of us. The horse motel part of their operation is a service to the traveling public, please be considerate of them.

And the most common complaint I receive from travelers is a horse motel owner not being accurate, or honest, about their ability to handle large rigs. Horse motel owners, don't exaggerate your capabilities to try to entice travelers to stay with you. You may not be able to handle everybody who calls but be happy with those that you can. The whole system will work more smoothly if everybody "communicates and cooperates!"

Regetfully, the book, the "Nationwide Overnight Stabling Directory," that used to be sold on this portion of my web site is no longer available. After 30 years of hard work on behalf of traveling equestrians, the publisher has retired. Thank you for your book all these years, Janice (the publisher); it was a great source of information and we'll miss it.

For more information, contact:
Dick Beck
2323 Dulles Station Blvd., #514
Herndon, VA 20171
Tel: 702-622-0026