Boarding & Training

Both Centers offer self-care boarding at very affordable rates, with 12’ x 12’ barn stalls and 24’ x 24’ outside corrals with shade covers and Hot/Cold wash racks. There are many unique and various areas for training and developing your horse, or just riding for relaxation and fun, including well-maintained footing and large arenas with multiple round pens and turn-outs. Both centers are lighted for evening riding and there is trail access from both centers to miles of trails that lead into County Park open space and Federal BLM land.

IEC Conditioning Track and Obstacles

International Equestrian Center 

16911 Gunn Stage Road | Ramona, CA 92065  | 760-789-3407

Offering the following amenities:
Mare Motel Half-mile Conditioning Track
Bull Pen, lighted 50-foot Round Pen, lighted
Large Turnout Arena, lighted Large Arena, lighted
 Breezeway Barns with 7-9 Stalls
Two Dressage Courts - making it easier for the riders to navigate complex maneuvers in the sport of both Cowboy Dressage and Working Equitation
Mini Cross-Country Course Trail Challenge Course – Typically 12 obstacles, six of which are permanently in place, and a rotation of various other obstacles that are changed regularly.
Large Stadium Jumping Arena
  

 

Casey Tibbs Western Center

25240 Pappas Road | Ramona, CA 92065 | 760-789-3407

 

Offering the following amenities:      
100-foot Round Pen Large Show Arena, lighted 
Hot Walker  Turnout and Riding Arena 
Breezeway Barns with 3-9 Stalls
Fenced-in Picnic Area with barbecues and tables
          
      Casey Tibbs Western Center                    
                                                   
For more detailed information on each of our centers, click HERE.
 

Monthly Passes and other Fees

SDCEA Equestrian Centers are pleased to offer daily and monthly passes. Pricing for a day pass is $15 per horse or $50 per month per horse. Corrals and barn stalls available for rent. Trailer-in fee is $15 per horse. Call ahead 760-789-3407

View the Equestrian Forms including our Authorized Trainers 

Training

Any professional instructing or riding for another person, whether or not money is charged, is considered a Trainer. If you are interested in information regarding becoming an Authorized Trainer, please contact the office. All trainers are independent contractors working in SDCEA facilities. SDCEA does not endorse or sponsor trainers.

Safety Notice

Horseback riding on the Association property requires that anyone under the age of 18 must wear a riding helmet on the trails and at both centers at all times. Please mark the inside of your helmet with an emergency contact number.