Both the North and South Aisles are twelve feet wide, allowing for ample working space, and new rubber mats run the full length of each aisle to allow for easy cleaning and safe horse travel. At each of the three aisle exits rests a removable wooden cross bar, to keep your horses in in the event of a grooming stall escape, or to dry rugs in the sunshine.
20 Stall Barn
Sun lights the North and South aisles of the barn, and fans line the ceilings for constant airflow. Louvers in the roof allow hot air to escape on the most humid summer days.
Large, Airy Center Aisle
Ample space and high ceilings allow you to convert the aisle into additional grooming space or add shelves or trunks at each horses stall.
Each stall in the facility has a half door, stall bars, a blanket rack, and a feed door. The facility is equipped with electrical outlets on the ceiling, so hanging fans at each stall front is a breeze. On especially humid summer days, enough electrical outlets are placed in the actual barn aisle that you may plug in commercial fans to keep the air flowing.
Working Tack Room
The facility is equipped with two large HVAC equipped tack rooms, one each in the North and South aisle. Each tack room has ample space for saddles, bridles, trunks, an office desk, shelving, file cabinets, equipment, and even a wash room each with a full size washer and dryer and cupboards. The North Tack Room is equipped with a top load washer and a front load dryer, and the South Tack Room is equipped with newer front loader models. Both the North and South Tack Room machines can handle sheets, turnout rugs, and winter rugs.
Tack Room 3
Each tack room is equipped with enough electrical outlets to support your travel sized refrigerator or freezer and all your personal electronics.
The back wall of each tack room is equipped with ten double hook bridle racks for clean storage of both schooling and show tack. The sink located in each wash room means cleaning tack can be done in the tack room.
Saddle Racks line the far wall of each tack room, allowing for storage of at least ten saddles (or more if you double stack). Each rack is equipped with a hanger below the rack for storage of girths, show bags, or the occasional leopard print sunshade.
Two pastures back by the riding ring allow turnout for horses you may need to keep an eye on during the working day. Each pasture is equipped with a water connection for ease of filling and cleaning pasture buckets.
Sunset End to End
A lovely breeze down the North - South Front Aisle keeps the barn cool on even the hottest days and nights.
Cross Ties North
Two sets of grooming stalls are placed at the front end of each aisle, with one grooming stall doubling as an interior wash rack with hot and cold water. Ample space in each grooming stall provides room for hanging wall boxes, standing shelving, or a rolling tack locker to fit in the grooming bay with your horses safely.
Each large stall has a beautiful window for air circulation, placed just high enough so your horse may hang his head out, but not so low that he might be inclined to snack on the landscaping or hang his front legs out. All exterior windows on the North and South side have aluminum locking shutters to provide warmth on cool nights and protection from the rain during showers.
The wide front entry to the barn allows for vehicular access for ease of deliveries during storms or shelter for smaller seasonal motor vehicles (golf carts, dirt bikes, gators).
Courtyard Overlooking Ring
Behind the main entry and between the North and South aisles lies a brick courtyard, where you may sit and watch your horses exercise in the ring, give lessons, watch trials, or just enjoy the view of the polo fields beyond.
This 5.5 acre property boasts ten ample sized pastures, eight of which have shade trees. Each pasture has an individual water pump, so you'll never have to haul water buckets to the fields. Each pasture has standard four foot fencing. [For potential inquiries of seasonal customers with stallions, please contact us directly. We are happy to accommodate you by retrofitting one or two pastures with stud fencing.]
Central Front Pastures
Two centrally located front pastures are bordered on all sides by other fields, perfect for the horse that needs to be close to all his pasture mates to stay happy.
Even after a full season of turnout with eighteen horses rotating in the pastures, we're pleased to say each field still has ample grass, with both rye grass and teff grass over seeded. In the 2014 season, there was only one day where we determined the fields were too wet for turnout; the day it rained seven inches and WEF postponed horse showing.
The large and easily maintained sand ring is fully equipped with both hunter and jumper jumps, and is ample size to school a course, including combinations and full length lines. The ring drains quickly and is dragged and irrigated daily during operational season.