Woodrunn Barn

  • 48 stalls (12’x12’) with automatic waters
  • Stalls arranged in bays of 5 around a wide center aisle, allowing for clear walkways and safe space to groom and tack up
  • 8-foot light fixtures provide bright, even lighting throughout barn
  • 5 spacious shared tack rooms
  • Semi-private paddock or group turnout with separate mares and geldings pastures
  • Heated in winter (geothermal air exchange system supplemented in colder months by a fan-fed furnace during peak hours); barn is kept at constant temperature of 40 degrees during winter
  • Attached 60’x90’ indoor arena has soft sand footing and is heated in winter
  • Lounge area includes 2 bathrooms, 3 sofas, TV and DVD player, microwave and refrigerator; lounge is kept at 68 degrees in winter

Woodloch Barn

  • 37 stalls (10’x10’ and 10’x12’) laid out in an “L” shape
  • 10’x12’ stalls include attached tack lockers with bridle hooks, 2 saddle racks, and storage shelf
  • 2 shared tack rooms
  • Wash stall/grooming area with cross-ties
  • Bathroom is heated in winter
  • Attached 60’x120’ indoor arena features skylights and silica sand and Geo Textile footing by Footing First LLC for traction, shock absorption, and dust control
  • Heated lounge with viewing windows into arena, additional seating area in arena itself
  • Semi-private paddock or group pasture turnout

Outdoor Arenas

  • 90’x130’ arena for schooling, lunging, lessons, and fun shows
  • Large 150’x250’ arena for schooling, lunging, jumping lessons, clinics, and horse show warm-up
  • Portable dressage arena for schooling and lessons
  • Dead Broke Arena features extensive spectator seating and hosts many horse shows, rodeos, and clinics throughout the year.

Track & Trails

  • One-Mile track with sand footing for exercising and trail riding
  • Miles of trails through and around Woodloch’s property
  • Terrain includes woods, perimeter of hay fields and driveways, access to Hardwood Creek Trail and roads
  • Please do not ride through pastures or hay fields.
  • Cross-Country obstacles may not be used unless supervised by Woodloch instructor or if Bill or Ingvill give permission. Click here for more information on cross-country schooling.
  • View and download the Woodloch Trail Map (COMING SOON)