"We abuse land because we regard it as a commodity belonging to us.  When we see land as a community to which we belong, we may begin to use it with love and respect."

-Aldo Leopold

our facility

Hidden Hills Farm & Saddle Club is a 500 acre gem surrounded by ever-increasing suburban sprawl.   With over 100 acres in pasture, we have our own hayfields as well carefully subdivided and maintained pastures for optimal forage and natural living for our horses and a small herd of beef/dairy cattle.   Trails meander through the woods and along Grindstone Mountain, providing both relaxing riding and conditioning work for riders and their horses.   

A large round pen, 66' x 100' covered arena, 120' x 66' dressage arena, 100' x 200' field arena, cross country jumps, trail obstacles, and various open riding spaces support more focused riding opportunities.  The 8-stall remodeled Milk Barn is for boarder use, while the 12-stall Lesson Barn adjoining the covered arena houses Hidden Hills’ school horses.

Our property lies on both sides of Edgmon Road, so locals enjoy seeing the horses in the pastures and keep us well informed if anything looks awry (we get a call almost any time a horse lays down!).  Local police also keep an eye out for any trouble.  We also live on the property, as do the other three generations of the family.