Show Facilities

Equine events / Steeplechasing.
Looking Glass Farm
38595 Purple Martin Lane
Purcellville, VA
Alison Head
19255 Foggy Bottom Road
Bluemont, VA

Equestrian Center that teaches riding lessons, hosts hunter/jumper/dressage shows, runs summer camps, hosts Girl Scout events, and birthday parties.
Christine Vitkus
Hampton Road
Hamilton, VA
(703) 819-0066
Oak Spring Equestrian, LLC
15195 Bushy Park Rd.
Woodbine, MD

An Equestrian facility in Woodbine, MD.

Oak Spring Equestrian, LLC is located in Western Howard County on a quiet 85 acre farm.  We have an 100 x 200 outdoor riding ring with stone dust footing and schooling jumps.  Our newly constructed indoor was completed in October, 2016.  It is 80×140 with stone dust footing.  We also have a complete set of schooling jumps with brick walls, planks, coop, gate and beautiful painted rails.  We host various clinics throughout the year, along with a PVDA schooling show.
Indoor rents at $20 per hour/per horse; on an individual basis. Group discount available
Both rings are available by the hour, half day or full day. Contact us to discuss pricing.
ALSO – engraving for equine plates and tags and well as dog tags.  Call for more information.
Barb Sullivan
Shenandoah Horse Park
3823 Shepherd Grade Rd.
Shepherdstown, WV

An ambitious plan for an inclusive, multi-disciplinary equine, equestrian, and agricultural center located in Jefferson County, West Virginia and serving the mid-Atlantic region

The purpose of the Shenandoah Horse Park & Agricultural Center is to provide a multi-use equine and agricultural facility encouraging tourism, local and state economic development, recreation, and environmental education opportunities.

This endeavor is being led by a small group of people interested in equestrian sport, agriculture, land preservation, and economic development in Jefferson County, WV and the surrounding areas. There is presently not a facility of this kind in a 100-mile radius and the interest and need has been verified through a preliminary study and survey.

The next step on the path of making SHPAC a reality is to conduct an in-depth feasibility study on possible locations, level of utilization, stakeholders, and how the market will support facility income. This study and a subsequent business plan will cost approximately $35,000.
(304) 283-5158
Meredith Wait