We are a 50 stall, 40-acre horse training, horse rehabilitation and boarding facility at the foot of 50,000 acres of riding trails in Sultan, Washington, which also includes a full trail obstacle course. We are located about an hour northeast of Seattle on the beautiful Skykomish River. We are located within the gated community of Sky River Estates, providing additional security for your horse.
We offer both Dressage and Reining horse training and lessons, or general boarding if you wish to just come enjoy our riding arenas and hours of trail riding! We are committed to providing top notch care for your horse in a safe, caring, friendly environment.
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Rock Meadow Equestrian Center’s Philosophy:
We believe that our customers’ needs and the health and welfare of the horses are our number one priority. Our entire team is committed to meeting those needs. The professionals at RockMeadow continue to study and learn and to always remain current with the most up to date training, care and instructional methods. We employ the assistance of the best farriers, veterinarians and horse health providers in our area. Our passion is horses, their beauty, and athleticism and the sheer joy we feel when horse and rider truly work together as a team.”
Sonja Vracko a very wise and hands down caring human being. When I had the opportunity to speak with Sonja, she wanted to emphasize to me, that in her lessons, she doesn’t use anything but energy and voice. Her pureness with the horses is a great and valuable tool to all that learn from her. Find all about Sonja Vracko and View Ridge Farm.
Sonja began teaching in the United States in 1969. She created View Ridge Farm Equestrian Center in 1978, where to this day she trains riders and horses through all levels. During yearly horse purchasing trips for clients, Sonja keeps up with her education and rides with some of the top European trainers. She also hosts clinics at her farm with well renowned European Clinicians.
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Overlake Farm is the oldest horse farm in Bellevue, Overlake Farm provides exceptional horse-centered service at a reasonable price. Overlake Farm was established nearly 70 years ago before there was a bridge across Lake Washington! Located on Bridle Trails Equestrian Park in Bellevue, Washington, Overlake Farm has access to 480 acres of beautiful horse trails and riding arenas. The farm is conveniently located minutes from Seattle, allowing you more time in the saddle.
Offering Horse Boarding in the Pasture or Full-Service Stall. We want you to know your horse’s health is our primary concern. Although we offer stalls, we also believe your horse should be outside all day, as nature intended. Horses are healthiest when they are allowed to move around, graze green grass, enjoy the sun on their backs, and socialize with other horses. If a horse is physically and emotionally happy, they are more responsive to you!
Located conveniently in Bellevue, Washington, Overlake Farm has been sharing its experience and love for horses, animals, and nature with people of all ages for over 70 years. This year we are pleased to offer summer Horse and Farm Camps for children aged 5-11. Our camps are focused on an introductory experience for young children who have little or no riding experience. In addition to horse related activities, each camper will participate in outdoor exploration and farm life.
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Capstone Training is an equestrian program specializing in three-day eventing, dressage, and jumping. There are opportunities for horse training, as well as lesson and clinics for riders.
Trainer Whitney Spicher has a strong riding background and understanding of horse and human psychology, which helps her bring along horses and riders of many levels and abilities. With an emphasis on ground work and clear communication with the horse, our riders find success and learning to be a fun and productive process!
Capstone Training is a busy barn that attends many shows, clinics, and schooling. As part of the Capstone team, there are tons of opportunities for growth.
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Anderson Snowy Mountain Stables caters to multiple disciplines of equine enthusiasts, Train year round in a well-maintained arena, access trails nearby and enjoy the pleasant atmosphere. We are committed to providing meticulous care to your horses, providing generous stalls with attached well-drained paddocks. We have ample hay storage and provide a choice of quality Eastern Washington Hays or Local Grass to ensure your horse stays in good health. There are large pasture turnouts that provide ample grazing area year round to our boarders. We understand that your horses deserve exercise, room to move about and a calming environment. The barn design allows for ample eye contact and visual stimulation that keeps your horse happy and content, even in the winter months. Our feeding program allows for owners to provide the grain of their choice, supplements, and instructions – always giving you, the horse owner, control over your horses feed program.
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We are a full care boarding & training stable – Where your horse comes 1st!
Specifically, we will take the utmost care of your horse; day-in – day-out.
We operate from sun-up to sun-down and even the hours in between when needed.
There is a professional horse trainer residing on the property and within a horses whinny!
Topline Equestrian Centre
At Topline Equestrian Centre, our goal is to protect the health and well-being of horse and rider while building harmonious teamwork.
The focus or our curriculum is the schooling of the horse and rider at all levels from beginner to advanced. This includes obedience, balance, self-carriage, calmness, and lightness. We also offer work-in-hand, musical freestyle, quadrille, and a young rider program.
At Topline Equestrian Centre we consider fresh air, natural light, and freedom of movement as daily necessities, no less important in any way than the high quality of hay, grain, and bedding we provide.