Centennial State

Discover the Rocky Mountains on horseback and enjoy Denver's unique horse culture.  The West was won on horseback, and horses have played a crucial role in Colorado's rich history. Today, cowboy culture remains an important component of life in Colorado, but English riding has taken hold here as well.  Colorado has become an important center for hunter/jumper, dressage, and eventing in addition to western riding, reining, and rodeo.


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Explore the Rockies

May-September

The spectacular Rocky Mountains offer stunning landscapes which vary greatly from each season to the next. Rivers rush in the springtime, wildflowers flourish in the summer, and the aspens changing colors in the fall is a sight to behold.

Half to full day rides are available in varying locations around Summit County, and we offer a couple of overnight trips each year.

Contact us for more details, or book here.

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Foxhunt in the Rockies

November-April

When the rest of the equestrian community tucks in for the winter, foxhunting comes alive. The Arapahoe Hunt Club rides on Sundays and Wednesdays from mid-October until April. Ride cross-country in pursuit of enthusiastic hounds across the prairie at the foot of the Rocky Mountains, and enjoy the welcoming community of the Arapahoe Hunt, which has been participating in the sport here in Colorado for over 100 years! Want to give it a try? Join us, either on your own horse or lease one for the day.