Edinger Farm

Riding Instruction For All Ages 

& Stalls For Boarding

We have 2 barns onsite.

Our main 16 stall barn which is all full board only. We also have a 4 stall barn which we offer semi-rough or full board options.

The main barn is a 16 stall barn with fully matted stalls, tack room with keypad entry, office, and loft located next to the outdoor lighted arena.

Stalls in the main barn are $575 / month.  

This includes all care, administering your supplied supplements in the a.m., and any simple blanket changes.

The shed row barn is a 4 stall separate barn down the driveway in it's own little nook, where the stalls are also fully matted with dutch doors and there are 4 private individual turnouts right next to it as well as a brand new storage room for rough boarder supplies.

Boarders in the shed row have access to all farm amenities as well.

$300 - Semi Rough Board

(You supply hay, grain, shavings. We turn out/in as you need us to and drop your feed for you)


$500 - Full Board

(same as in main barn)

Indoor Arena - 70 x 140, with 2 sliding doors and windows that open all down the side for great air flow. Arena is a standard small dressage size and has dressage lettering.

Our brand new tack room has keypad entry, all new racks for saddles & bridles & crops, and has a wash sink with hot & cold water.

Our large outdoor arena is lighted and has an automatic sprinkler system to eliminate dust in the warm summer months. Great drainage - Ready to ride the morning after a rainstorm in most cases!  

Footing refreshed in May 2020

We offer large individual paddocks for all day turnout. 24hr in good weather if requested.

All exterior wood fencing, combined with electric, create safe and secure space.

Seasonal shade tents erected to provide space out of the sun in the summer heat!

And of course - then there are the TRAILS! Our barn is located right on the rails to trails system. Old railbed trails have been transformed to grassy, peaceful trails. Tack up in the barn, an walk right out onto trails...no trucking involved.  Once you've had a chance to go out and learn the way to go, you can enjoy a leisurely 2 1/2 hour loop!