The Cordillera Equestrian Center
Right from this world-class facility, access thousands of acres of National Forest trails that retrace the footsteps of Colorado's earliest pioneers.
Facility 22-stall Heated Barn:
(14) 10 x 12 box stalls
(8) 12’ x 12’ Dutch-door stalls
Break room and bathroom
Large Indoor Arena:
90’x180’ with newly installed rhyolite base and sand/geotextile footing
Maintained multiple times daily
4 stalls for quarantine or over-night board
Smaller 2nd Indoor Arena:
Mixed footing with rubber
110’ x 200’ Sand/Dirt footing
Maintained daily May-October
Outdoor Paddocks with Shelters:
Up to 20 outside horses can board year-round
Compacted, crushed stone footing which drains well
New polyvinyl fencing
Cleaned daily unless snow is on the ground
Miles of trail for all riding levels
National Forest Access
The Cordillera Equestrian Center offers full and partial care boarding. Our commitment is to provide superior horse care that caters to all horses and riders. Full-care boarders are fed and given visual inspections three times a day by our experienced staff. Cordillera Public Safety takes the night shift, checking on the horses twice nightly. Partial-care boarders have full access to the facilities and trails, and their horses receive a daily turn-out and three feedings per day.
There is great value in forming a solid foundation for both horse and rider. Becoming a proficient rider improves confidence and physical and mental fitness atop a horse. Highly qualified, independent trainers are approved to give lessons at the facility. Training is available in multiple disciplines including hunter, jumper, dressage, reining, western pleasure, trail riding, English and groundwork.
Well-trained staff members are also available for grooming, bathing, tacking, lunging and exercising of horses.
The Cordillera Equestrian Center exists to provide an outstanding amenity for all Cordillera property owners. The Cordillera Equestrian Center will maintain a safe, healthy and enjoyable environment for all who use the facility. The Cordillera Equestrian Center will generate sufficient income to offset all direct costs.