Location
31660 County Road 27
Woodland, CA 95695
Phone
530-902-1628
Email
SunFireEquestrian@yahoo.com
Website
http://www.sunfireequestrian.com/
Established
2011-08-01

SunFire Eventing Center is a full service boarding facility on 40 acres. It features a main barn with 14'x14' stalls with attached paddocks, a smaller barn attached to the arena with 16'x14' open air stalls, and a stand alone structure that has 12'x12' box stalls. Boarding includes daily turnout in pasture, blanketing, and giving supplements.

SunFire Eventing Center features a 225' x 80' indoor lit arena for riding in all weather conditions and for night rides. There is also a large outdoor jump arena, and an oversized roundpen. An outdoor dressage court is planned for summer 2012.

The facility also includes a large hay barn for grain and supplement storage. There are two large newly built tackrooms for boarders and a loft inside the barn for additional storage.

SunFire Equestrian Training is run out of SunFire Eventing Center and offers instruction in three day eventing, dressage, and hunter/jumper, as well as on-site leases, training, buying/selling, coaching, cross country schooling, and off the track thoroughbred rescue.

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2014-09-02 12:39:02   My 10 year old daughter was diagnosed with social and separation anxiety, as well as suffered from selective mutism, which makes speaking to adults difficult. She has always loved horses, and Sunfire was suggested when she showed an interest in wanting to learn to ride. Lisa has been instrumental in giving her the confidence she needs not only to learn to ride, but to realize she is braver and stronger than she thinks. Lisa has shown patience and taken additional time to communicate with my daughter, has made her feel comfortable and given her a gift of a feeling of belonging and acceptance. For this we are forever grateful, and a full believer in the power of horses and the people who understand and love them. At Sunfire, you get both awesome horses and amazing ladies that work there. —TFranchi