Equestrian Center

GRAND COUNTY EQUESTRIAN CENTER ~

Strawberry Creek Ranch 9N is a 300 acre ranch located in central Grand County that is home to a one of a kind Equestrian Center. The Equestrian Center, adjacent to National Forest land, is an affordable boarding facility where horse and owner can enjoy a laid back atmosphere while enjoying the stillness of the wide open ranch property. For a small fee, horse haul-ins to use the indoor/outdoor arenas are available for those riders looking for a place to exercise your horse. Scroll down to see all the amenities offered at the Equestrian Center.

INDOOR AND OUTDOOR ARENAS ~

The indoor arena allows year round riding during the coldest winter months in Grand County. Once spring and summer arrive, riders can use the outdoor arena or the scenic trails that follow creek beds, hay meadows, and access thousands of acres of National Forest land. For the comfort of your horse, Strawberry Creek Ranch 9N offers spacious outdoor shed runs or indoor box stalls. Ranch staff can provide turn out two to three times a week during summer months so that your horse can be a horse.

DEVELOPING HORSEMANSHIP ~

Strawberry Creek Ranch 9N has an on-site trainer, Tyler Klees, who specializes in Developing Horsemanship. Tyler provides training and lessons for problem solving, groundwork, colt starting, cow work, and roping. Klees has dedicated his life to the continual study of leadership and horsemanship, otherwise phrased as Leadership through Horses. Click here to check out his website to learn more about the on-site trainer and Developing Horsemanship.

 

 

 

FACILITIES INCLUDE ~

• 65’ x 130’ indoor arena
• 90’ x 220’ outdoor arena
• Outdoor round pen
• Eight outdoor shed runs – two to three horses per run
• Three indoor box stalls and run
• Heated tack room
• Heated wash stall
• Restroom facility
• Pasture for turn-out
• Beautiful trails and convenient access to the National Forest

CONTACT US:
Call us: Angela 970-531-0089
Email us: strawberrycreekranch9N@gmail.com

Life is a journey, enjoy the ride!