Lauren Chumley Dressage works out of two amazing facilities: our primary base of operations from April through December is at Melissa Dowling's and Glenn Campbell's Stonebridge Farm in Hunterdon County, New Jersey. From January through March, we escape the snow to continue training and showing in the winter equestrian paradise of Wellington, Florida, where we stay at Alice Tarjan's Bramblefields South in the White Fences community of Loxahatchee.
Stonebridge Farm encompasses 28 rolling acres in beautiful Hunterdon County, New Jersey. With 34 stalls, a brand new 12-stall barn, ample turnout and run-in sheds, a 100' x 200' outdoor arena, a roomy indoor arena with mirrors and overhead irrigation system, and schooling cross-country jumps, this impressive facility is the perfect home base for our training and competition program. Our staff lives on the property, ensuring our clients' horses are under constant supervision, and our clients enjoy time out of the dressage arena by hacking out on the neighboring Alexandria trail system. Lovingly owned by Melissa Dowling and Glenn Campbell, Stonebridge Farm is conveniently located just five minutes from I-78, one hour from New York City, and 1.5 hours to Philadephia, as well as close to all major Northeast show venues such as Saugerties and Devon.
Alice Tarjan's Bramblefields South is a winter equestrian paradise. Each year Lauren Chumley Dressage ships about 20(!) horses south to the White Fences community in Loxahatchee to enjoy three months' worth of sunny weather, warm temperatures, lovely surroundings, and busy show schedule that the Winter Equestrian Festival provides for competitors from around the world. Don't brave the cold - join us in Florida for the 2018 season!