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Spokane Sport Horse Farm

Spokane Sport Horse Farm

Discover the premier equine facility just 10 minutes from Downtown Spokane, nestled on 150 acres of picturesque fields, wooded areas, trails, barns, and arenas. Acquired by Christel Carlson in 1989, this extraordinary property has evolved into a haven for equestrian enthusiasts. Our legacy began with the inaugural recognized Dressage Shows in 1996, and in 2015, we proudly hosted the first recognized USEA events. Annually, our calendar features two renowned USEA Horse Trials in May and October, along with four weekends of USDF Recognized Dressage Shows in May, June, July, and August. Embrace a plethora of activities, including clinics, schooling events, camps, and shows for local clubs, filling numerous weekends with equestrian excitement. With permanent stables and ample parking, our facility offers a perfect overnight haven for traveling horses. Explore the epitome of equestrian excellence in Spokane, WA!


The Setting
Spacious indoor, multiple outdoor arenas and lunge arenas that feature sand and rubber footing.  Green as grass through intermediate event fences, including banks, multiple water complexes, ditches and portables are available for schooling most of the year.  Excellent show jumps also available for schooling. Numerous shaving covered riding trails wind through the property and around fields, ponds, lava outcroppings and up and down hills amidst the pine trees. Superior facilities combined with this panoramic backdrop, come to fore in our many hosted clinics, recognized dressage shows, USEA recognized events through A/Int, schooling shows and other activities throughout the year.


For questions relating to XC schooling, schooling events or facility inquires please email

For USEA Event contact please email the show secretary at

For USDF Dressage shows please email the show secretary at

Owner: Christel Carlson, (509) 993-6786,
Manager: Gail Mackie, (509) 999-6611,

10710 S Sherman Rd, Spokane, WA 99224

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