Beverly Equestrian is the culmination of years of sport horse training, competing, and horsemanship on both coasts.
After moving from Southern California to Middleburg in 2004, Beverly’s founders realized it was difficult for the amateur to find a suitable place to board and train year round. Beverly’s Equestrian Center was designed and built to provide excellent training facilities and professional-level horse care together with consistent client support and training for the busy rider. Although initially focused on eventing, Beverly now supports a multiple of disciplines, including dressage, showjumping, foxhunting and polo.
In addition to its passion for horsemanship and horse sports, Beverly is committed to preserving open land and maintaining the unique character of Northern Piedmont. Accordingly, Beverly Equestrian (through its owners) has placed its farm in a perpetual conservation easement with a donation to the Land Trust of Virginia (http://www.landtrustva.org/index.htm). Working with LTV, Beverly’s owners have developed a conservation easement that includes unique provisions for stormwater management and long-term landscape management, ensuring open space for equestrian pursuits in perpetuity.
Although Beverly’s Equestrian Center was designed by individuals dedicated to eventing, it was not built for just a small group; it was built for the community of the horse. For those who ride and train, our facility will aid you, for those who want to learn and improve, our riders and clinicians will inspire you, and for those who just love horses and horse sports, come celebrate them with us.