Named "Best of Sports and Recreation" Two Years Running!!
Winston Churchill said that no hour of life was wasted that was spent in the saddle. Here at Double H Stable, we couldn't agree more. We know that for many in the United States, even in modern times, horses and horseback riding are not as much a luxury as a way of life, and these graceful creatures have lingered in our national history as a symbol of freedom, fleetness, and the ways of the Old West. As a society, we have bonded with them, and everything from equestrian competitions to casual trail rides shows how much they matter to us. That's because nothing beats being on a horse, whether you're planning for a long trip into the mountains and want to leave a smaller carbon footprint or just want to feel like a cowboy (or cowgirl!) for an afternoon.
At Double Stable, we offer unique trail riding experiences for the northern Virginia area, catering to all levels of riders—we welcome horsemen and horsewomen as young as six years of age. Our trail rides have been highlighted in many publications, including The Washington Post, The Boston Globe, and numerous national and local travel magazines. In addition to our trail riding program, we offer horse boarding (stall board only), riding lessons for beginners as well as advanced riders, and exceptional horse training ("problem" horses are no problem!). We are horse professionals with a combined 35 years of experience, so you can rest assured that we have your back no matter your skill level.
Located in Front Royal, Virginia, we are approximately one hour from the Washington, D.C. area. To reach us from the nation's capital, just take interstate 66 west to exit six at Front Royal, and take Winchester Road/route 522 north (right turn). Follow Winchester Road north to the intersection with Reliance Road/route 627 (left turn). Follow Reliance Road down to Crooked Run, cross the run, and we'll be the first driveway on the right. We look forward to welcoming you to our farm home!
Trotting and cantering are welcome on our trails.
Gift certificates are now available for trail rides or private lessons.
Call (540) 636-4523 or e-mail to order.