StoneRidge Stables welcomes you to our farm. For us Dave and Betty Norton this is our home. In 2004 a life long dream of ours came true of owning our own farm. Not only did we find the perfect place for us but also for our horses. It is the perfect location to board, ride and just enjoy horses. Built in the 1800’s our farm is a piece of the country tucked away along side the Licking River and Phillips Creek. It is a horse lover’s dream on 135 luscious green acres. We started renovating (which used to be a cattle farm) into a horse boarding paradise. Over the past few years we have done many renovations to our farm to accommodate not only our needs but also making sure this is the idea place for our horses and boarders to enjoy. Including renovating our barn into a perfect place for the horses to reside. Our farm has six large beautiful pastures with safe board fencing. We also offer individual tack storage for your needs. Future developments include: new barn with a large indoor arena. Our new facility will be built with the horse and riders in mind. We are constantly busy improving our farm for our horses to live the life they were created for.
StoneRidge Stables is located approximately 30 minutes from Cincinnati in Alexandria, Ky. We offer trail riding with beautiful scenery with chances to enjoy the abundant wildlife throughout the farm. The trails include paths along the scenic Licking River into wooded areas where you can enjoy all Mother Nature has to offer. There are also beautiful open meadows that allow your horses plenty of open space to really use their legs. Phillips Creek is a great place for your horse to have a cool drink while you cool off while enjoying the wildlife.
StoneRidge Stables is a place for families to spend quality time together while making memories of a lifetime. This farm is the idea place to escape from a busy lifestyle to the peace and tranquility of country life while enjoying your horses, family and friends. Come on out and take a look to see what it is like being a part of our little piece of country.
There is something about the outside of a horse
That is good for the inside of a man.