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"I first bought my thoroughbred mare Snipes from a client of Moserwood when she was 6. She is a great mare, and has followed me as I went to college and moved cities for a job. Once I knew it was time for her career to slow down at 18, I began to look at different options. It didnít take long for me to realize that Moserwood was what she and I both needed for the next stage of her life."
"As an owner who works many hours and travels quite a bit for my job I needed a place where I know Snipes is fully looked after with the utmost care. I can always leave town and have never had to think twice about her. She looks the best she has in the past 5 years."
"There are many options in Kentucky for equine care, but few that offer the expertise and knowledge of the staff of Moserwood. The professionalism and business skill is some of the best I have seen in the industry. It is a place for the show rider to the equine enthusiast to enjoy being a part of the barn community. They are truly equine professionals! " - Lauren Carlisle and Snipes March 2011
|"I am a worrier by nature. But I NEVER worry about my horse at Moserwood. I always know he is being taken care of. Julian, the caretaker, is a great observer. The horses love him. He sees everything. Moserwood is truly a little piece of horse heaven on earth. In a perfect world, I would wish for an indoor riding arena for winter/bad weather riding, but the rest of the amenities provided more than make up for the lack of an indoor. The other boarders are friendly and helpful. Thanks for all you do." - Lori Montie and Gabe|
|"I've had several race horses at Moserwood for lay up and the horses always come back to me at the track looking great and ready to work. The Henry County location is perfect for saving money on horses that can do pasture turn-out, and the Prospect location is perfect for starting one back slow after an extended period away from the track. The guys who come out there to break and exercise horses are great hands, professional horsemen." - Jere Smith Jr.|