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FullSizeRender 39Burton Farm is located on 17 acres in East Central Indiana.  The barn was built in 2015-2016 by Morton Buildings, Inc. The objective of this building project was to provide a facility suitable for training and hosting clinic events.  

 

 

 

The Arena - 

     The arena at Burton Farm is 66' X 156' of indoor riding space.  Excellent lighting and 96 feet of mirrors help to provide a supurb environment to help you get the most out of each ride.  Footing consists of 2-3 inches of sand which is groomed often.  Overhead sprinklers and fans insure footing is in perfect condition.  

The stalls -

     IMG 0103Burton Farm houses seven 12X12 stalls constructed by Isch Farm.  The oak stalls have open bar construction to allow for airflow, sight and socialization.  The front stall door is hinged and can be left up for security or left down allowing the horse to look out into the aisle.  Each stall is equipped with a sliding door allowing access to attached dry lot for easy turn out when pastures are not available due to weather.  Additional stalls located in the original barn on the property serve as home to the Burton family horses.  

Amenities - 

     Tack Room -  12'X24' insulated tack room is equipped with individual cubbies for boarders, benches and counter space.  

     Wash Rack - 12'X12' wash rack with hot and cold water which can be adjusted to horse and bather liking.

     Outdoor Observation Deck - A ramp with viewing platform is designed for ease of sight for instructor or clinician.  The ramp provides great access for disabled individuals.

     Indoor Viewing Area - Insulated and heated viewing area with window access to arena is perfect for cold weather.  Comfortable seating and table access are available for taking notes during clinics.  Microwave, refrigerator, and handicap accessible bathroom are available in this area.  

     Upper Viewing Deck - Located above the indoor viewing area is a viewing deck accessible by spiral staircase.  It provides the most comprehensive view of the riding arena.  

   FullSizeRender 40  Pasture - Meticulously maintained pastures surround the facility.

     Dry Lots - Attached dry lots to each stall provide a safe (mud free) alternative to pastures when the ground is too saturated for pasture turnout.  Additional dry lots are available for horses who cannot be turned out daily due to health issues or those visiting the farm for the day.  

     Outdoor Round Pen - Additional riding area, a 60 ft. round pen is available for use. 

     Trail Riding - Jacob's Creek runs 2 sides of Burton farm, providing a relaxing ride.  The farm was designed to provide riding along the perimeter of the property, allowing a scenic view of the creek.  creek2Additional riding trails are available between each pasture.  

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