Equine events / Steeplechasing.
Equestrian Center that teaches riding lessons, hosts hunter/jumper/dressage shows, runs summer camps, hosts Girl Scout events, and birthday parties.
NOVA Equestrian Center (NEC) is a unique boarding and wellness facility located on 40 acres in Loudoun County, Virginia. As a national benchmark for modern equine facilities, NEC serves equestrians with state-of-the-art amenities, a one-of-a-kind fitness center dedicated to the well-being of all equine partners, and a full calendar of educational and competitive events.
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 80x140 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.
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.