I have a few unexpected open lesson spots. Let me know if you want them!
Tomorrow - 1 spot @ 5:30pm - CLAIMED
Saturday 19th - 1 spot @ 10am - CLAIMED
Saturday 19th - 1 spot @ 11am - CLAIMED
Wednesday 23rd - 1 spot @ 4:30pm - CLAIMED
Private family farm White Oak Stables is a private equestrian facility located only minutes from the center of Warrenton, VA.
9385 Old Waterloo Road
|Monday||9am - 6pm|
|Tuesday||9am - 6pm|
|Wednesday||9am - 6pm|
|Thursday||9am - 6pm|
|Friday||9am - 6pm|
|Saturday||9am - 6pm|
|Sunday||9am - 6pm|
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White Oak Stables is a 6 acre private family farm located in Warrenton, Virginia the heart of horse country. We specialize in adult beginners and shy/fearful/anxious riders. The farm is conveniently located only 5 minutes from the center of town and the Warrenton Horse Show Grounds. You’ll enjoy scenic views of the Blue Ridge Mountains on your drive over. We’re only minutes from the Rappahannock River, Gray Ghost Vineyards and only 20 minutes from the acclaimed 5 star Inn at Little Washington, Skyline Drive and Luray Caverns. We pride ourself in being a laid back, family friendly barn that emphasizes safety and correct, foundational riding. While we do take students to compete at shows and competitions our aim is to teach to your personal goals, wants and needs.
Hello, I’m the owner and head instructor at White Oak Stables. I’ve loved horses my whole life but I didn’t start riding until I was 14 and I’ve been hooked ever since. I’ve trained in classical Hunt Seat and Equitation most of my life by a wonderfully talented and local instructor, Sandi Diesterhoft. I’ve competed successfully in local hunter/jumper shows, western pleasure shows, hunter paces and eventing. I enjoy working with people of all ages, especially adult beginners, autistic and shy/anxious/fearful riders. I believe learning about horses should be safe, fun and educational.