Bull Run Stables is a modern, family owned and operated facility on 40 acres on the border of Loudoun County in western Fairfax County. Opened as a boarding stable in 1990, it is today devoted to teaching English riding with a concentration on dressage. Ages 8 and up can learn to ride and care for horses during weekly lessons, private lessons or camps. Offered this year, 2015, July 27 - 31 and August 24 - 28.
We offer riding lessons (Ages 8 and up)
Lessons are available for those 8 years of age and older. Lessons are taught by an experienced horse riding educator who delights in educating people of all ages in the art of Dressage. We use a comfortable 17,000 square-foot indoor arena with sand and rubber footing which is moistened by a misting system to eliminate dust. While lessons have priority in the indoor arena, a lit outdoor arena is always available. Viewers are provided stadium bleacher seats allowing for picture taking or just enjoying the show. New and experienced riders will enjoy the horses and facilities. This is a great way to get exercise. Horseback riding can be therapeutic as well has provide fitness benefits.
We offer boarding
We offer limited field boarding. Horses are tacked for lessons in a stable which contains a hot-water wash stall and 12x12 box stalls with rubber mats. Turnout for all horses is on 30 acres of well-maintained pastures with run-in sheds and self-waterers in which heating elements ensure fresh water throughout the year. Hay is provided in the pastures when grazing is inadequate. Fencing is virtually all vinyl over high-tension wire. Mares and geldings are separated and all horses are moved individually.
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6001 Bull Run Post Office Rd, Centreville, VA (703) 266-6342