Show Facilities

http://www.Foxchasefarm.net

Equine events / Steeplechasing.

http://www.glenwoodpark.org
Looking Glass Farm
38595 Purple Martin Lane
Purcellville, VA
20132
http://www.lgfsporthorses.com/
540-729-4857
lookingglassfarm@mac.com
Alison Head
19255 Foggy Bottom Road
Bluemont, VA
20135

Equestrian Center that teaches riding lessons, hosts hunter/jumper/dressage shows, runs summer camps, hosts Girl Scout events, and birthday parties.

http://www.redgatefarmva.com/
540-882-3530
redgatefarmva@aol.com
Christine Vitkus
Hampton Road
Hamilton, VA
(703) 819-0066
katie@beauxrevesequestrian.com
Katie
Oak Spring Equestrian, LLC
15195 Bushy Park Rd.
Woodbine, MD
21797

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.

https://www.oakspringequestrianllc.com/
443-745-5067
oakspringequestrianllc@gmail.com
Barb Sullivan
Shenandoah Horse Park
3823 Shepherd Grade Rd.
Shepherdstown, WV
25443

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.

https://www.shenandoahhorsepark.com/
(304) 283-5158
shpacwv@gmail.com
Meredith Wait