HorseBnB, the first easy-to-use equine hotel app, announced the launch of its mobile app that allows equestrians to easily book horse and human accommodations and experiences while on the road.
Founded by two National Champion equestrians, Laura Baker and Allyssa Baird, HorseBnB allows users to instantly book layover stalls, short-term stays, long-term boarding, and horse activities such as lessons, trail rides, dude ranches, etc., with the click of a button.
According to the Equine Business Association, the global equine industry is worth around $300 billion dollars and the estimated number of horses in the world is almost 59 billion. Whether owners are showing, racing, participating in endurance rides, breeding, or leisurely trail riding, people are traveling with their horses more than ever.
Whether a hauler is looking for an overnight stay, a horse owner is looking for a long-term boarding facility, or a family is looking for an exciting horse experience, HorseBnB offers a worldwide selection of options from fellow horse lovers across the country.
Easily search HorseBnB by location and learn about local layover facilities, view availability, and even message hosts with questions before instantly and confidently securing a booking with a credit card. Find facilities along your route and even ask questions beforehand to make sure it fits your needs.
Guest accommodations are also available, so travelers are able to not only house their horses for the night but also stay on property with them as well.
“After years of traveling with my horse from show to show, I started looking for a solution to find easy layover facilities while on the road,” says Baker. “Upon my research, I couldn’t find anything that was user-friendly and easy to book on-the-go.”
This sparked the idea she decided to bring to fruition.
HorseBnB co-owner Baird owns a horse farm in Southern Oregon that offers long and short-term boarding. “While we have often had people keep their horses overnight at our facility during a long haul, we have also been able to help people in times of need,” she says. “From horses needing to evacuate due to natural disasters, or haulers having mechanical issues with nowhere to offload their horses for the day, HorseBnB offers a quick and efficient solution to connect haulers to hosts.”
HorseBnB is the first platform that allows everyone in the equestrian world to easily connect with one another from a computer or mobile device. With a growing community of users, HorseBnB offers short and long-term boarding options, guest accommodations, and single and multiday horse experiences. HorseBnB is a simple and innovative way for equine facility owners to monetize and fill their extra stalls. For further information on HorseBnB, go to www.HorseBnB.com or download the app on the Apple and Google Play stores.