Constance Hill Farm is conveniently located in North Ferrisburgh, Vermont, directly off of Route 7 between Middlebury and Burlington (a 25 minute drive to both UVM and Middlebury College). On 100 acres of rolling fields, the farm makes its own hay, has plenty of space to ride out and hack, and has 25 acres of turnout for the horses.
The barn has 14 stalls with rubber mats, windows and automatic waterers that provide fresh cool water year round. There is a heated tack room, bathroom, and washer/dryer. The indoor wash stall has both hot and cold water.
Horses receive at least half a day of turnout, stalls are cleaned three times daily, and horses are fed four feedings. Hay and feed is of the highest quality and a feeding program is designed to fit your horse’s specific nutritional and energy needs. Horses in a serious training program are kept efficiently and comfortably here.
Designed with efficiency and safety in mind, the fencing is safe and turnout is horse friendly; horses are turned out either alone, in a big group, or with one buddy.
The indoor is a coverall regulation size dressage arena with super footing, plenty of natural light, safe kick wall, mirrors, and good airflow in summer. The ring is dragged daily and we take pride in the maintenance and quality of our footing. With cavaletti, jumps, and all the space of a 200-foot by 78-foot ring our horses are kept fit and interested year round.