Do you have a nice Stallion you would like to advertise, and be able to ship semen nationwide?  We can help!


We will train your Stallion to collect, and will ship semen for you!

Ship-in collection also available, or we can board your Stallion during breeding season.

Horse Breeding

Bring your Mare and Stallion to us and we will get your Mare in-foal for you.

Our hard-working and knowledgeable staff works around the clock to ensure that when "the time is right" we'll be "right on time!"

Shipped semen available and recommended.  We collect 7 days a week including holidays.  We offer multiple mare discounts.

Boarding and Foaling

Well maintained, clean full-service breeding and boarding facility.  24-hour mare/foal monitoring.

Reasonable rates with top-notch care.

Fees vary according to services requested.

Call (517) 206-7610.

Snow Ridge Farm

Mike and Libby Myers have owned, trained, raced, bred and raised Standardbreds for over 30 years.  Located in beautiful Clark Lake, Michigan, Snow Ridge Farm has been recognized as Michigan's Breeder of the Year on three separate occasions.

Together they own and operate a popular breeding farm that enjoys a very high conception rate, and has foaled hundreds of healthy, successful racehorses.

Located in southern Michigan, we are accessible to all of the top stallions in Ohio and Indiana.  We pride ourselves on providing top care for our horses and enjoy working with our diverse customer base to achieve successful outcomes in breeding and racing.

Give us a call and you will find out why Snow Ridge Farm is the perfect place to send your mare to be bred or stallion for collection.



Contact us...

Contact Mike & Libby Myers at (517) 206-7610 and ask how we can help you get the most out of your Standardbreds!


We are proud to stand our stallion MANHARDT at Dublin Valley Farms in Fredericksburg, Ohio.  Please see their site for more details.

We are proud to stand our stallion MUSCLESPRINCTONIAN at Schwartz Boarding Farm in Berne, Indiana.  Please call us for more details.






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