Its A Pony PartyWe have been involved with horses in the area for 16 years. We have one main barn with 5 inside and 4 outside stalls and one smaller barn with 3 more stalls. Most of our horses stay outside except during bad weather, so the non-show horses do not have their own stall. In the summertime, we stall our show horses so they keep their glistening shiny coats from sunburning or bleaching out. We have 6 paddocks and only turn out horses and ponies together that get along well.
Our riding ring has small jumps, a trail course, a bridge over no water, caveletti, and ground poles. We mix them all around for whatever we are working on. Despite our riding ring can accomodate numerous horses, we often ride the show horses out in the open in the paddocks to keep them from getting "ring sour". All pony camps are taught in the riding ring, the barns, and sometimes non-riding in the paddocks.
Due to so much always going on at our farm, we do not have pony parties at our facility. We can bring the ponies to Hillridge Farms, Youngsville Park, and some parks in Raleigh and any sub-division or house. Party contact person should reserve the party locations in advance. But from the tiniest lots in subdivions to the largest, we have never seen "too small" as the ponies are very small Shetland ponies.. It's A Pony Party cleans up after the ponies as well.