At our facility in Kfar Netter, Israel, we get the best of both worlds. We are located in the center of a rural agricultural town, yet conveniently located just a short driving distance from major central cities such as Netanya, Ra'anana and Tel Aviv. Moving to this new facility in August 2017 has enabled us to both expand our training and breeding program as well as increase the overall quality of care for our horses and clients.
Our facility is designed over a long property, allowing each working area to have its own open space. We are one of the only training stables in Israel to have a large covered arena. Our arena is 80 meters x 30 meters with nearly two-thirds of the arena covered. This makes it possible to ride out in the sun on the nicer days or to stay in the shade when it is either too hot or raining. Riding is enjoyable in all weather conditions. Located only a short distance from the Mediterranean Sea, we enjoy a constant fresh breeze throughout the entire property.
Located above the main barn with a large balcony overlooking the arena, our lounge is a great place to hold meetings, celebrate and watch the big horse shows.
Our show barn is the first barn on our property. It has 14 spacious 4 x 4 m stalls. Each stall has a drain, rubber flooring and lots of shavings. At the back of each stall is a door to access the individual turnouts. The top half of these doors are always open to allow the horses to enjoy the fresh air and check out whats going on outside.
All of our work areas have thick rubber flooring to ensure optimal comfort for our horses. Our work areas include:
- breeding and veterinary center
- large grooming station with 4 cross ties
- farrier station
- 2 large wash racks
- covered 4 horse walker
- covered round pen
Sitting Area in the Grooming Station
Our second barn has 22 large paddocks. Each paddock has a covered area to provide shade and shelter during hot or rainy weather. Four of these paddocks are specifically designed to stall mares and foals during the times that they are not out in our larger turnout.