Come join a great community of horse people at Corinthian Equestrian Center, LLC where it’s all about the horses! CEC has stalls available in our beautiful facility on 40 acres in historic Warwick, New York. With an indoor arena, outdoor arenas, and acres upon acres of beautiful forest trails, you’ll have oodles of riding fun and friendship for you and your horse.
Our horse resident’s happiness and health are our priority with twice daily grain feeding with premium hay, and daily stall cleaning, fresh water, and plenty of exercise with individual or group turnout.
In addition to working on the flat and jumping areas, CEC offers opportunities in Fox Hunting with Windy Hollow Hunt and horse showing as part of the Hudson Valley Horse Show series.
Amenities for riders include an air-conditioned and heated viewing room with bistro seating, free Wi-Fi, and two and a half baths, in case you need to clean up after having a muddy ride!
More information about boarding can be found here or call, Lee Dillon, owner at (973) 617-7744. Check out CEC’s website for more information about all the services offered at the stable.
Corinthian Equestrian Center has stall openings in the Main Barn and the Hunt Barn. Boarding in the Main Barn on Foley Road is $900/month and the Hunt Barn is $750/month for full board.
Full board includes feeding of grain twice a day along with premium hay, as well as round bales for group turnouts. Turnout is also available for individuals or pairs for 9 to 12 hours daily. Boarding also includes daily stall cleaning, blanket changes, fully matted stalls, and hot/cold wash racks.
CEC is also offering for lease our Little Red Barn self-care facility on Jessup Road. The Little Red Barn built in 2015 is perfect for the trail riding enthusiast with hundreds of acres of trails to ride straight out of the barn! Also available is unlimited access to trailer your horse(s) up the road to use the Center’s facilities. Lease the full barn, which includes four stalls and a tack room is $1,200/month. If you would like to board at the LRB individually with your horse each stall is $300/month.
For more information contact Lee Dillon at (973) 617-7744.
CEC has three stall openings at the Little Red Barn on Jessup Road, just two miles from Corinthian Equestrian Center’s main facility. The Little Red Barn facility is perfect for the avid trail rider with hundreds of acres of trails to explore straight out of the barn. Rough board at the facility is splendid for equine retirees to enjoy pasture grazing with premium hay bales during summer and round bales during the winter months.
The Little Red Barn is offered at $550 per stall per month for full care. Full care board includes feeding of grain twice a day along with premium hay, daily stall cleaning, blanket changes, and fully matted stalls. Additionally, CEC offers the opportunity to have your horse(s) trailered to the main facility for a small fee or boarders are welcome to trailer their horses to CEC to use the indoor arena and facilities during open hours.
Rough Board is available at $350 per month.
The Little Red Barn is located at 150 Jessup Road in Warwick, New York. For more information call (973) 617-7744.
Opportunities to board your horse(s) at Corinthian Equestrian Center, LLC has just become available. There are two stalls in the Main Barn and one stall in the Hunt Barn available for boarding come May 1st. Main Barn stalls are $900/month and stalls in the Hunt Barn are $750/month.
Full monthly board includes feeding of grain twice a day along with premium hay, as well as round bales for group turnouts. Turnout is available for individuals or pairs for 9 to 12 hours daily. Services for boarders also include daily stall cleaning, blanket changes, fully matted stalls, and hot/cold wash racks.
The CEC Facilities encompass both indoor and outdoor arenas, as well as an extensive trail system throughout the property. To see images of the facilities check out the Gallery Page.
Additional fee-based services include call ahead CEC staff grooming and tacking, mane pulling and hunter braids, bathing, and clipping. Grooming is available upon request and availability of staff.
Other services, such as riding lessons and horse training are also available.
For more information or a tour, please call Lee Dillon at (973) 617-7744.
Corinthian Equestrian Center’s first horse show of the 2018 season got underway on Saturday and Sunday, March 17th to 18th. This schooling show was part of the Hudson Valley Horse Shows (HVHS) series coordinated by Deb Core of Old Field Farms in Goshen, New York. The Course Design was by the United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) Judge and Trainer, Ken Okken. An experienced horseman, Ken also does course design for the Garden State Horse Show in New Jersey.
Hunter, Jumper, and Equitation Riders earned double points for the Marshall & Sterling Insurance League and the Princeton Equestrian League. Riders at the show earned points to qualify for Marshall & Sterling’s national finals at HITS-on-the-Hudson in Saugerties, New York and Princeton Equestrian League’s national finals at Princeton Show Jumping in Skillman, New Jersey.
The show had a great turn out with 66 Riders and 50 Horses participating. The next HVHS show will be on April 22nd at Saddle Ridge Riding Center in Franklin Lakes, New Jersey.
To see full-size images of the show, head on over to the Events Gallery!
It was a spooky time at Corinthian Equestrian Center on Friday for boarders, students, and their families. CEC’s first Halloween Party was a great shindig with good eats, games, and costumes. All of the costumes were handmade by the CEC’s students and everyone looked fabulous while having loads of fun. The horses got to bob for apples, while the adults enjoyed the food and facilities. Games of Pass The Hot Gourd and Musical Stalls were a big hit.
When the darkness descended the kids were playing Manhunt in and around the stable while the adults enjoyed the conversation and drinks in the lounge.
CEC’s first annual Halloween Party was a scary success! Check out the Event Gallery for more images!
The Headless Horsman (aka owner Lee Dillon) and Eagle will be terrorizing the Village of Warwick downtown this Friday, October 27th from 5:00 to 7:00 pm, then they’re off to the Haunted House near the Warwick Inn to scare the kids.
Corinthian Equestrian Center is holding a free horse safety and handling clinicwith retired farrier, George A. Thomson of Western New York on Saturday, August 12th from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm.
George A. Thomson has been working with horses since the age of fifteen when he first apprenticed as a Farrier in 1955. He specialized throughout his fifty plus years in corrective shoeing to address diseases of the foot and lameness, such as Founder, Navicular, Club Foot, as well as reconstruction of the foot due to trauma. George is known for his ability to shoe not only American Saddlebreds and Morgan horses, but also the hunter, jumper, and eventing breeds. He’s well versed with knowledge of the appropriate movement needed to show the various horse breeds.
George has never been kicked by a horse in all his years with working with them. Find out how to be a friend to your horse, as well as work safely with them.
To reserve your spot, head over to the CEC Facebook page or call Lee Dillon at (973) 617-7744 for more information.
There are some spots still open for half-day Summer Camp at the CEC!
There is plenty for your child to learn during Corinthian Equestrian Center’s Summer Camp. A full week of fun, sun and fresh air! Let your child get down and dirty at the stable for a busy week of half-day summer camp for ages 5-8 or full-day summer camp for ages 9 to 15 years. Children are separated during camp by age and experience.
On Friday’s the last day of camp, campers will show off their new skills by participating in a Horse Show! Parents are welcome to attend.
Pizza Party on Fridays, the last day of camp!
Half-day summer camp from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm or 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm includes sessions on horsemanship with riding lessons and alternating days of hour-long crafts and swimming. Children should bring a snack each day.
Horsemanship teaching covers general horse care and anatomy, nutrition and how to spot sickness in a horse, grooming, care of tack, and discussions about the various breeds of horses and riding disciplines.