Training, Boarding, and Horses for Sale Convenient to St. Augustine and Jacksonville
Situated on 71 acres in southwest St. Johns County, Florida, Bridlebourne Stables offers the highest quality equestrian facilities, boarding services, hunter/jumper training for horse and rider, and hunter/jumper horses for sale. The owners, trainer and staff have created an incomparable environment that caters to the needs and comfort of customers and their horses. Bridlebourne is proudly affiliated with the United States Hunter Jumper Association, the United States Equestrian Federation, the North Florida Hunter Jumper Association, and the First Coast Hunter Jumper Association.
The barns contain 12x12 stalls with automatic waterers, individual fans, fly spray system, grooming stalls, hot and cold water wash racks and tack rooms. Thirty sizable paddocks provide for daily, year round grass turn out.
Training facilities include a 100x200 indoor, lighted arena and a 200x300 outdoor arena. Customers, their families and friends are welcome to observe activities from the club room, observation deck or outdoor pavilion.
Individual equestrian training programs are designed for all skill levels and many options are provided for participating in rated and unrated horse shows both locally and within easy traveling distance.
Assistance in finding and purchasing horses is provided through frequent buying trips to Europe and US contacts.
At Bridlebourne, there is no reason to limit your love for horses and professional training. Whether you’re an experienced rider or just becoming interested in owning and riding for the first time, Bridlebourne Stables has the programs, horses, and facilities to offer to you.
Superior Training for Horse and Rider
Friendly, Wholesome Environment
Welcome to Bridlebourne
February 20, 2015 - Cassini W wins First Place in WIHS Equitation, winning both the hunter phase and the jumper phase. Also, wins Second Place in the USEF Show Jumping Talent Search at WEF Week 7, 2015. Ridden by Sophie Simpson.
January 2015 - Cassini W and Besame Mucho showing at WEF