The Barn Hours: The Barn is open 7 days a week from 7 AM – 9 PM (Sept 15 – March 15) 7 AM – 10 PM (March 16 – Sept 14). If you would like to come before 7 AM or after 10 PM, please contact Katie (text, email, or call 201-230-7653).
Turnout: Horses may be turned out with their halters on. It is strongly suggested that your horse has a leather halter that fits appropriately. Non breakaway Nylon halters are not permitted. If your horse is rambunctious, please provide a chain lead rope. Please leave any splint boots or bell boots for turnout, on the door. If you have a back up set of boots, please leave them in the box in front of the stall. If you are planning on riding in the morning and do not want your horse turned out, please text, email, or call. Riding is not allowed in turnouts. There are turnout charts in every barn. Your horse is assigned a paddock for turnout.
OCRA Equipment: Please do not use OCRA’s equipment, sprays, sponges, or saddle pads without permission. If you use any OCRA equipment, please clean and/or replace. Any broken equipment must be repaired or replaced.
Feed/Supplements: The feed chart hanging up in the feed room shows the current amounts of feed and supplements. If you want to change your horse’s feed, please contact Katie. If you would like to give your horse more than 2 supplements per feeding, please make baggies containing the supplements or order from Smart Pak. Please put horse’s name on the container and make sure the feed chart reflects any new supplements. If you would like your horse to receive a feed that Rozewoods doesn’t sell, then you will need to purchase it yourself and provide receipts for credit toward your board.
Vet/Medicine: If your horse is sick or injured, we will contact the horse’s owner and the vet, if necessary. If the injury is a cut that doesn’t require the vet, we will do the first cleaning. Further cleaning and treatment can be done by OCRA at an additional cost. If the vet comes on an emergency, we will assist him/her. Any OCRA assistance during additional visits or non-emergency calls, will be an additional cost. If the vet has a treatment plan for your horse, please notify Katie of the treatment plan. If medication is required, please place the baggies of medicine on the medicine board for the appropriate days. If OCRA needs to count and organize the medicine, there will be an additional cost. If the vet’s treatment includes no turnout, please let Katie know. If you want to override the vet’s treatment and have your horse turned out, a written request is required.
Treats: Please refrain from giving treats to horses other than your own.
Keeping the Barn Clean: Please sweep your grooming area before riding. The blanket rack on the door should be used for current clothing and boots. Please don’t overload the door. Blankets can be stored upstairs during the off season. Please keep your area of the tack room clean, and use the garbage/recycling bins near the office.
Questions or Scheduling: If I am teaching or riding, Please text, email or call with any non-urgent messages.
Shoeing: Please let me know when your farrier is coming. If you are using Chris, please schedule an appointment with him. All outside Farriers need to sign a “release for the professional” and provide a current Certificate of Insurance with On Course Riding Academy as the certificate holder.
IM shots must be given by Katie or the owner of the horse, except in the event of an emergency.
After the 15th, an additional $25 late fee will be charged. After the 25th, an additional $25 will be charged.
Children: must be supervised at all times. Children must have an adult supervising their ride.
Dogs: No Dogs allowed on property. The resident dogs are protective of their home.
Riding: Boarders may ride during a lesson. Please try to stay in the same direction and/or give the student the right of way while jumping. Please refrain from jumping outside a lesson during another lesson.
Picking up Manure in rings/driveways/grass: Please clean up after your horse.
Visitors: must be in a lesson in order to ride any horse at On Course. The release of liability must also be signed before the first lesson. Boarder’s are responsible for making sure their friends visiting know the barn rules.
Boarders riding another boarder’s horse: please contact Katie to fill out the proper paperwork. Grazing: Please hold the lead rope during grazing.
Wash Stall: Please pick out horse’s feet before using the wash stall. The drain in the wash stall goes into the septic.
Smoking: No Smoking in barns or within 50 feet of any structure on property.
Shipping: Please notify Katie if your horse is leaving the property and for how long. Shavings can be bought for $7 a bag. Hay and Grain that would be given during the period of boarding agreement is available at no charge. Please do not remove water buckets.
Dentist, Chiropractors, Saddle Fitters, and all other Equine Professionals (those that are receiving reimbursement for their trade) MUST fill out a Release for the Professional and provide an Annual Certificate of Insurance with On Course Riding Academy as the Certificate Holder. There will be a list of approved professional on the board outside of the office.
10% service fee: A 10% service fee will be added whenever Katie must write a check to cover a client’s expenses. This includes any catalog orders, dentist fees, vet fees (if not billable), and entries fees.
Returned checks: $30 fee added
** If assistance is needed for clipping or pulling mane, additional charges may apply**
On Course consists of two facilities built over 17 acres of farmland. On Course Riding Academy consists of 26 stalls and a heated 70' x 100' indoor ring with lights, new footing (sand and rubber) and a heated/ air conditioned lounge and viewing room overlooking. On Course Show Stable consists of 15 stalls and a 80' x 184' indoor ring with lights and a new footing (sand and rubber).
On Course also has ample outdoor riding rings.
Other features also available at On Course include wash stalls with hot and cold water and boarder tack rooms.
Owner/trainer, Katie Moriarty resides on
the premises. These features, in addition to the immaculate stabling
I have been a client at On Course Riding Academy for 2 years. I bought “Amber Moon” from Katie, which was bred and born five years ago at her facility. The main reason I chose this place is that being a veterinary neurologist, my schedule is very busy, and knowing that my girl is receiving state of the art standard of care at all time is essential to me. Our weekly lessons with Katie are always conducted with the highest level of professionalism. The frequent turn out time, its two inside arenas, and its two outside rings, give this spacious place the best atmosphere for learning, riding, and for my horse happiness.
I have been at On Course since 2000. I’m their oldest boarder. My experience at On Course has been stellar. From the care they give Maggie to the lessons I have taken over the years all has been top notch. The barn and the riding facilities are the best in the area. I trust both Katie and Chris with the well being of my horse. In a few more years my 3 year old will be taking lessons with Katie as her dad did. Did I mention thanks to Kate my horse Maggie was the 2005 Northeast Regional Horse Shows, Suitable to be a Hunter, Grand Champion.
When I first came to On Course in the spring of 2006, i was trying to find a stable that would take excellent care of my horse, but wasn't a pushy show barn. I couldn't have found a better place; my horse is treated like a king. That is really important to me, because I can only see him three times a week since I live an hour away. Katie's lessons are amazing, and they are always catered to the individual horse and rider and what their future goals are. No one is criticized or forced to do something they are uncomfortable with, and when things don't go according to plan, why and how to do something the right way is explained. Horse shows are a fun option made extremely convenient and stress-free with Katie's help. She has taken me from barely being able to get over a crossrail under control to jumping gymnastics with 3 foot oxers. I have never regretted moving to this barn. On course is a very safe and friendly environment that any horse would
I’ve been at On Course since 2002, when I first began to trailer my horse Echo there for lessons. On Course and Katie were immediately impressive, and soon Echo moved into OCRA, where he was happy and well cared for until his retirement last year. Katie helped us progress from beginner to regular showing and even winning. We topped off Echo’s career with NJ year end awards two years in a row and great successes at some big shows as well. Last year Katie helped me find my wonderful new horse Raider and he lives in the On Course Show Stable barn - he’s really a dream come true for me. Both Raider and I receive the quality training and instruction that we need to continue progressing to the next level. The care and attention given to all the horses, as well as the exacting standards for horse management truly put On Course at the top level of boarding facilities. I never worry about my horse and I know that he is well looked after. Katie has helped me become a much better rider and she ensures that we set and meet our goals, even if on some days our goal is to simply come out unharmed!
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