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    07-16-2012, 06:24 PM
Jump 4it Equestrian - Boarding and Training (N. Illinois)



We are located at the wonderful Daybreak Stables in Libertyville, IL. We are only two miles off interstate 294 and Buckley Road. Many of our clients come from the city of Chicago and the surrounding suburbs. The farm boasts 100 acres, 15 rolling grass paddocks, two outdoor rings (150 x 300 and 80 x 200) with new footing, 80 x 200 heated indoor ring, large hay field for hacking, rubber matted 12◊12 stalls, and a heated viewing lounge.
Pictured is the main barn, pasture space, and the small barn.

Pictured is the indoor arena, outdoor arena and club room.


All Lessons are $50 each for an 1/2 hour private riding lesson.
Our lessons focus on learning to ride in a fun, safe environment. Each lesson is tailored to the individual and their goals. Whether your goal is to compete at a horse show, learn to jump, overcome a fear or just enjoy riding, we are here for you.

boarding, hunter, illinois, north, training

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