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Shingle Springs Ranch is a Full-Service Equestrian Center

06/29/2015 01:05PM ● By Style

Julie Vance – photo by Dante Fontana © Syle Media Group

3261 Shingle Springs Drive
Shingle Springs

Describe your business. Did you find it, or did it find you?

Sundance Springs Ranch is a 10-acre, full-service equestrian center located right off Highway 50 and Shingle Springs Drive. We provide boarding in our beautiful no climb, no T-post pastures, or in our lovely barn with large turnouts off the back.

We offer training for unbroken horses or horses just needing fine-tuning, lessons for both beginner riders and someone who’s competing (English or Western), horse leasing (where instead of owning your own horse, you can lease one from us), sales and consignment, birthday parties for all ages, Girl Scouts (earn your badge) and “Wine and Rides” (bring your friends for a memorable night of riding, wine tasting and pampering). We also have our own show team and breeding services.

 Our barn boasts an indoor hot-cold wash rack, and we have an all-weather footed arena with jumps, along with a large round pen. During last year’s fires, we acted as one of the evacuation sites for the horses and livestock. We also recently started offering the ranch as a venue for weddings, dinner parties and corporate events, and holding a barn boot camp and kids’ nights.

Why is your staff the best in the business?

Each of us is patient and friendly with our customers, and ensure they have a fun, safe and memorable experience.

What’s your biggest job perk?

Watching people advance in their riding and witnessing their dreams come true. I also love seeing the kids smile when they’re around the ranch.

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