Fannin county has a lot to offer the Equestrian enthusiast. Foremost it’s large National Forest with miles and miles of trails are ideal for trail or endurance riding. The cooler mountain climate combined with the thick leave cover in summer, make horse back riding a year round activity.

For the Endurance Enthusiast, I recommend you contact Jim Holland at Three Creeks Farm. Jim’s website has some great articles to prepare you and your horse for Endurance Riding.

If you are interested in trail riding, but without a horse, there are many trail riding options located here. A few I can recommend are:

Also, if you want to check the area out on horseback, you can bring your own horses and stable with us while you stay at Pack Creek Cabin a short walk from our barn. Recently, the county is also becoming home to more and more equestrian developments, which combine relaxed mountain living with easy access to community barns with full board service. These developments also offer in and outdoor riding arenas for the amateur hunter/jumper or dressage rider. Please contact me to match your needs with the right hors property in Blue Ridge.There are also still enough large acreage tracks available, which allow you to design and built your own horse farm. I competed in Eventing and had been planning my dream farm for 20 years. Finally, I bought 40 acres 7 years ago and turned it into a horse farm with barn, riding arena, paddocks, pastures and easy access to trails in the national forest (visit www.turkeypen.com).

Whichever path you choose, I would like to help you to realize your equestrian dream.




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