Mapleton Thoroughbred Farm strives to provide its clients with the full-range of services necessary to effectively and affordably manage their thoroughbred investments. With a premiere facility and professional management team, we challenge you to find better care in the State of Ohio. More importantly, any better value in the country!
Quality Service to our clients is our goal. From nutrition to foaling, we care for your mare like it was our own. That’s because, your mare will be integrated with the Mapleton Thoroughbred mares. To provide the best possible outcome for your mare and ours, we provide the following:
Best nutrition possible, free access to hay in run-in sheds and stalls, at all times. Ample pasture and grain prepared with minerals, vitamins, and Golden Link® Microbial Supplements.
Your weanling or yearling will receive not only an abundance of nutritious feed to grow and develop but also the necessary handling, training and pasture exercise needed to advance to their athletic careers.
Each weanling and yearling along with the Mapleton Thoroughbred Farm’s weanlings and yearlings will receive the following:
Mapleton Thoroughbred Farm boards a limited number of lay-ups throughout the year. Your equine athlete will get the rest or rehabilitation it deserves. Whether it is to recover from surgery, injury or just needing a break from a grueling campaign, it can be cared for with the following amenities:
Horse treadmills are fast becoming a must have for race and performance horses needing rehabilitation after an injury. These treadmills have been developed to provide a complete safe controlled workout for the equine. The combination of adjustable speed and incline, along with the ability to control the intensity and duration of a therapy session, provides ample variety in the rehab program.
Treadmills are especially useful for rehabilitating tendons, flexibility of joints post-surgical, and building heart and lung endurance stamina. Therapy can be accomplished in a safe and secure climate controlled environment, without the weight of a rider risking further injury to a weak post-surgical or injured leg.
The treadmill comes complete with a wealth of emergency safety features that automatically cut in training programs to protect the horse and handler. Injury cases benefit greatly from early physical therapy intervention by preventing scar tissue formation, increase the speed of healing by reducing edema and helping make the limb less painful. All these issues can make the difference in success or failure for the athletic horse recovering to get back to overall fitness.