This state-of-the-art facility, designed by Mike Barker and Shift Landscape Architecture, is an ideal training center for the development and maintenance of top show horses and riders.
Designed with the safety, comfort and happiness of its equine inhabitants in mind. Cleanliness, maintenance and efficiency are also key.
The newest addition to our facility is a spacious, state-of-the-art indoor riding arena & sound system. The well insulated, 205’x80′ space is complete with Footing First footing, which is both dust-free and consistent.
Large sliding glass windows which line both sides of the ring can bring sunlight & fresh air into the riding space in addition to framing scenic views of the breathtaking landscapes on and surrounding the farm.
Classic Equine custom designed stall fronts to allow horses to extend their heads into the aisle – letting them socialize with other horses and people. Doors are lined with rubber to protect horses from possible knee or ankle injuries. Each 12’x12′ stall is either rubber-matted or equipped with ‘Softstall‘ and constructed with a large window.
Horses are always able to see outside their stalls, creating a relaxing environment and providing maximum airflow to each stall. All bars are closely spaced and welded to ensure maximum safety.
An organic insect control system provided by ‘Dipterra’ offers each horse non-toxic relief and protection from flies and mosquitoes.
Both wash and grooming stalls were designed with safety and efficiency in mind.
Laundry facilities enable us to keep bandages, blankets, boots and saddle pads clean at all times for maximum health and comfort of the horses.
Daily turnout includes grass and all-weather options. Paddocks are newly-fenced, appropriately sized and within easy access and view from the barn. Turnout is safe and pleasant for competition horses.
We have full-time staff housing on premise, providing additional security and safety for both horses and riders at Linden Ridge.
An electric gate, accessible by punch code, provides privacy and security to residents of Linden Ridge and keeps horses a safe distance from the road.