Equestrian Projects

Bridle Trails Barn

​​This horse property, situated on a small, heavily forested site in the northwest was plagued by mud. The client, a veterinarian, wanted to create a safe, comfortable, mud-free area for her four horses, who would have free access into the stalls and the barn area. The design includes two stalls, a tack room, and a feed room arranged around a wide, daylit aisle.

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Trabuco Canyon Equestrian Center

This Feasibility Study for a 40-acre site in Orange County, CA was used to evaluate the site’s appropriateness for its intended use before the client purchased the land. Fifty stalls and supporting structures, a residence and a guest house comprise the program. Incorporating zoning, geographic, topographic, economic and ecological criteria into a preliminary site plan allows for understanding project parameters before time and money are invested in an unsound project.

 

Stable
Stable

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After Renovation
After Renovation

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Cupola
Cupola

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Stable
Stable

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Midsummer Night's Farm

Horses for Clean Water featured this green micro-farm, situated on a "horse acre" in a community of small suburban equestrian properties, on a 2014 tour. The project involved renovating a 1970s home as well as site planning, landscaping and constructing two barns, paddocks and a pasture.

 

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Horses For Clean Water Website

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