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Established in 2003, Sunset Hill was the affirmation of a love for horses and providing the care that all equine owners deserve.

Buying an older grade morgan "Desi" was the foundation of the Weidmaier family  horse journey. After years of switching from barn to barn trying to find the perfect fit for the weekend show horse the back yard built barn was it. Soon people started asking if we had room for one more so in spring 2003 a full scale modern facility was constructed and continues to expand. Providing a facility atmosphere that fits all types of riders and owners our expertise ensures the best care and attention. Our custom boarding options give you exactly what you and your horse need and keep money in your pocket. The best value and care is guaranteed from Sunset Hill.

Helping others get what they need has always been a part of our focus in anything we do. Becoming a community link through horses is a great way to stay connected. From a back yard pony to housing the World Famous Lippizaner Stallions; Sunset Hill is the place for anyone to enjoy equine connections in their life.






Facility Overview

Barn Features

3 sizes of Stalls( 10x12, 12x12, 22x12)

Comfort fans
Matted stalls

Attached paddocks

Large Open Tack Room with Individual Lockers

Roomy Lounge Office

Secure Feed Area

2 Grooming & Wash bays

4 Outdoor Hitches




Property Features

40+ Acres of Pasture and Turnout

Centaur© Horse Fencing
Nelson© Auto Waterers

Run-In Sheds

Gated Property with owners on site

40+ Ride-able Acres, hay fields

2 Miles of Wooded Trails

Large Pond

150X100 Outdoor Arena

60' Round Pen







 Olivia Arndt   


          Northwest Missouri State University

Bachelors Degree in Animal Science

Focal Studies in: Nutriton and Physiology

Associates in Agronomy

​           Iowa State University

 Intercollegiate Equestrian Team

Pre-Vet Program

Current Career with Nestle Purina PTC

Horse Retirement  Boarding      

St. Joseph, Missouri                     (816) 355-4141

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