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The Oak Grove Equestrian Center facility is comprised of 10 acres with safe shaded turnout, individual and paired turnout options. We have a 10 stall modern airy barn with fans in each stall. Enjoy our beautiful watered, and professionally installed jumping arena with full course of jumps. You can ride on our wooded trails, 3/4 mile uphill sand canter track,  a small cross country fences. We are located next door to the Sweet Dixie South for schooling shows just a hack away.


We will have a separate 6 stall barn with tack room, storage area and cross ties will be available to lease Fall 2021 on a monthly or full circuit basis

At Oak Grove Equestrian Center, you and your horse will be in the careful and experienced hands of Harriet and her team. Harriet grew up in Ireland where she represented Ireland at international competition level across many varied national and international show jumping events including the 2002 European Under 18 Championships held in Hagen, Germany.

Harriet spent several years of her junior career under the careful guidance and training of the internationally acclaimed Irish Chef D'Equipe, Mr Eamon Rice. Mr Rice has held the role of Irish Chef D'Equipe for pony, junior, young rider and senior teams including National and European Championships, and 5* international senior nations cup for many years now and is annually called upon to judge potential 4 year old horses in national championships. During Harriet's training period with Eamon, she was highly trained in horsemanship and the producing of young horses through to top class showjumpers. Harriet also traveled as part of Eamons team to sales events and private clients where she was able to learn the invaluable acts of sourcing horses with showjumping potential, the accurate pricing of such horses, and also how to show a horse to it's full potential in front of clients.

Oak Grove Equestrian Center is about excellence. Excellence inexperience, expertise, care, training, safety, and the right environment for you and your horse!

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