Fox Ridge Road offers a 23 acre x-country course which includes a variety of jumps for the beginner, intermediate, and advanced rider. A 3/4 mile warm up and galloping track surrounds the course and keeps the riders safely off the road. Fox Ridge Road offers a 100' x 200' outdoor riding arena with portable fences for dressage or stadium jumping. The 70' x 90' indoor arena offers cover with good footing in bad weather. For ground work our 50 foot round pen is at your disposal. Wooded trails and open fields provide riders with expanded various training options.
Family owned and operated since 1961, Fox Ridge Road is a 44 acre horse facility located northwest of Fort Wayne, Indiana. Just three miles north from Interstate 69 on Highway 33, this property has a long history of horse use. Native Americans transported trade west from the Ke-ki-onga (Fort Wayne area) on a trail that went northwest through the farm, which later became a horse drawn wagon trail and then Highway 33. A large lake on the property offered an overnight camp site for travelers and horses. To this day many Native American artifacts continue to be uncovered.