Quality Boarding Facility on 50 Acres
-Indoor arena with 92'x184' riding area
--12'x`12' stalls with mats,automatic waterers, and overhead fans
-full service boarding available
Riding Lessons
-Lessons for beginner to advanced riders of all ages
-Trailer-in lessons available
-helmets required when mounted
  1. Stable Facilities
    12'x12' stalls Each stall has: A. Insulated concrete floors with 3/4" rubber mats B. Infra-red heaters C. Automatic waterers (heated in winter) D. 250 watt Halide lights in each stall E. Dutch doors in each stall to north or south paddock F. Variable speed overhead fans in each stall F.Metered fly control sprayers G. Heat Detectors wired to central alarm system H. Indoor wash rack with hot/cold water
  2. Tack Room
    Heated and Air-conditioned Refrigerator T.V. Microwave Bathroom Tack storage
  3. Indoor Arena
    Inside stirrup wall provides a 92'x184' riding area 2" tongue and groove stirrup wall Spectator seating 3" deep masonry sand/footing Metal Halide lighting for night time riding Varied jumps available for use with trainer

Welcome to Belle Vista Farm

Established in 1996 as a private Thoroughbred farm, we have developed our 50 acre farm to provide quality boarding and riding opportunities for owners of hunter/jumpers.  Our mission is to be a stable whose services meet all your expectations in a competent manner characterized by warmth.  When not training, you and your horse can ride the two miles of trails through woods and around the perimeter of the turnout pastures.
_Our trainer, Kylin Coulter Meyer, is a successful rider, trainer, and instructor on the A Show Circuit and in local Schooling Shows.
_  Our farrier, John Watts, is highly skilled and reasonably priced.
_ We have highly qualified  veterinarians available for regular services and emergency needs.  
984 West Highway U
Troy, MO 63379-4172
636-338-4493 Business
636-345-3111 Cell
636-345-7215 Cell
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