Dixie Haven Farm , Welcome to our farm!
Dixie Haven Farm is a private, family-owned farm and horse boarding facility. We are located just minutes from Galena, Odessa, Townsend and Middletown in beautiful Kent County, Maryland.
Like you, we are horse lovers and our mission is to provide both you and your horse with a pleasant and safe experience. We welcome you to come visit us.
We would love to hear from you and look forward to meeting you and your horse!
Owner lives and works on premises, so you can be assured your horse will receive individual, nurturing care.
12' x 24' run-in shed
10' x 16' tack shed
Round pen coming soon
3.5 acres fenced pasture with large portion of fencing newly installed
150' x 350' grass arena - plenty of room for your jumps or barrels
State Forest trails within 1.5 miles
Paved access with ample parking for vehicles and trailers
Quiet, friendly, casual atmosphere
Horse trailer parking for boarders is available for an additional $15 per month
Local farrier available on a regular basis
Grain fed twice daily as necessary
Quality hay fed twice daily when pasture grass is unavailable
Basic horsemanship lessons available
Short term boarding for vacations or layup
Horse trailer parking for boarders (for a small monthly fee)
Sorry, we do not accept stallions
We offer full and self care field board
Full care - $275/month
Self care - $225/month
Please click here for a complete list of what our boarding packages include and other services we offer
13542 Golts Caldwell Road
Galena, MD 21635
Western & english tack, clothing and supplies:
Bit of Britain
Tractor Supply Company
Horses for sale:
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We are Tony and Kathy Bird, owners of Dixie Haven Farm. Our farm is located in Golts, Maryland just one mile from the Delaware state line. If you're looking for a quiet, friendly borading farm for you and your horse, you've come to the right place!
Kathy has many years experience with horses and worked for 10 years at Baldwin Lake Stables as a trail guide and stable manager in her home state of California. During the busy summer months, she worked long hours and with her fellow guides, handled groups as large as 18 riders....kids, first-time adult riders, you name it!
The rugged San Bernardino Mountain trails and unpredictable weather, combined with those very inexperienced riders made for an exciting job, a wealth of learning and a lot of great "been-there, done-that" experiences!