Fox Run Farm is an idyllic dressage training center in beautiful north San Diego county. Set on 10 acres, it hosts a 13-stall barn, a mirrored dressage court, a large jumping arena, a galloping track, and six grass pastures. The sand footing is watered and dragged daily. Each of the lucky horses living here has an individualized feeding program which may include grass or alfalfa hay, beet pulp, bran, and grain. The stalls are cleaned twice a day and the horses fed three times a day. Wash racks have hot and cold water. The raised center aisle barn has 12x12 foot box stalls, all with windows to the outside and a spacious common tack room with plenty of room for show trunks. The barn cat “B.C.” makes sure there are no rodents anywhere. The main barn also has washroom and laundry facilities. Additional storage is available in the separate hay barn.
The farm owners, Donna Richardson and Steve Borders, as well as
the head groom, Ernesto Magana, live on the premises and conduct evening “stall checks” every night. Because we have purposely designed a small facility, we can care for our boarders’ horses just like we care for our own. If you are serious about riding and competing, if you want to give your horse the best, come join us at Fox Run Farm. Boarding is available only to horses in training or on sales consignment.