The main barn has a grain room, hay loft and a large, lockable tack room everyone can share. There are covered plug outlets and overhead lighting in each stall and down the aisle. Each stall has a gravity fed water spigot. Sliding doors on both sides of the barn and an open stall layout allow for excellent air flow and opportunity for the horses to socialize yet have their own space while they are occupying the barn. There's always a slight breeze flowing through keeping the air fresh and clean.
Breezy Valley Ranch has an indoor arena so both you and your horse have a safe, dry place to ride during the long rainy season we experience here in NW Washington. Large mirrors, an insulated roof, excellent lighting and the ability for this arena to be fully enclosed make for a comfortable place to ride during hot or cold weather.
View looking West at the pasture and roundpen while in the construction process.
Large, grassy pastures.
We feed quality, local and Eastern Washington hay. Depending on the amount of horses living here, we have also harvested our own hay right here on the ranch.
Horses are turned out daily in one of our grassy pastures. Most of the fields have either a grouping of evergreen trees or a covered area they can hang out at to get out of the wet or to get some shade in the summer.
There's a variety of sturdy, horse-safe fencing materials used around the ranch: Railroad ties or wooden post with woven wire mesh and a thick top rail or high tinsel electric fence in the big pastures.