The facilities at Glenbaer are consistently undergoing improvement, with new additions or renovations occuring nearly every week. The 18-acre property currently consists of the following stabling and turnout arrangements:
Six-stall barn with broodmare/foaling setup
Three separate stalls with individually attached runs
Three size-adjustable stalls in the second barn
Three large grass pastures
Four smaller paddocks with gated access to pastures
The riding facilities include a lighted 200' X 160' grass jumping arena with an appropriate sand base, as well as a standard-size (20m X 60m) sand dressage arena. Additionally, a 65ft (20 meter) diameter indoor roundpen accomodates work with the younger horses, and a schooling triangle is available for in-hand preparation.
Jumping arena newly painted in 2009
The outside course is a fully-enclosed cross-country schooling field, which contains numerous portable and permanent cross-country fences. While designed with the green horse and first-time eventer in mind, it offers many questions for advanced rider/horse pairs. Galloping and conditioning sets are easily accomodated on the perimeter of the schooling field and back hills For more pictures of the cross-country fences, please visit: Cross-country schooling field.