Unfortunately, we are suspending all lessons and camp at CEC until the executive order is lifted. We also ask that no guest or visitors come on the property at this time.
Boarders and Lease Clients will be permitted at their discretion. Social Distancing and doing what we can to keep the spread of COVID19 are of the utmost importance. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you and your families.
When the restrictions are lifted lessons and regular horsey activities will begin again.
We at Corinthian Equestrian Center have the utmost respect for all who have been doing all that they can to help us get through these tough times with the Coronavirus we have all been dealing with. We have given much thought to what we can do in return and have come up with some discounted prices.
We are offering a reduced price in board at our main barn to $750/month! Our hunt barn is going to be dry stalls and self-care for just $400/month.
We are also holding special discounted horse leasing options to just $350/month
CEC is big on getting our horses out of the ring as well as top training in the ring. We feel it is good for both horse and rider to experience new and exciting things! We have trails on our property and are fortunate enough to be able to trailer out to other beautiful landscapes as well. We also have members in the Windy Hollow Hunt Club and join them on many of their fox hunts and hunter paces!
Feel free to give us a call/text/email if you have any questions! You can reach Kristin, our assistant trainer, and coordinator at (201)-400-2676. Or contact us via email.
Historic Corinthian Equestrian Center horse farm has immediate stall openings.
We are conveniently located in beautiful Warwick NY.
We are a community of like-minded riders of all disciplines who share a love, passion, and connection to horses, regardless of their level of riding ability. CEC strives to keep an extremely safe and family-friendly environment.
Message us for a tour, availability, and pricing. We look forward to meeting you and your horse.
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.
For more information contact Lee Dillon at (973) 617-7744.
Corinthian Equestrian Center CEC LLC, formerly Whisper Wind Farm, is a fully renovated horse boarding and training facility, sitting on 40 majestic acres in historic Warwick, New York, fifty-eight miles north of New York City.
CEC offers a warm and fun atmosphere for boarding horses comfortably with extensive indoor and outdoor facilities for pleasure riding, training, jumping, and flatwork. The health of CEC’s horses is of the utmost importance with full group, semigroup, or individual turnout daily.