Welcome to Chinook Winds Riding Stable,LLC

Providing Quality Care

Woods Family

About US

 We are a small family owned and run stable established in 2009. We have over 20+ years of experience owning horses, showing horses, and managing and owning horse boarding facility. 


Paul is the stables back bone and muscle. He makes sure everything is working and maintained. Man of few words but the hardest worker here. 


Julie is the brains and creator. She manages, designs, a supervises the barn flow and workings. Woman of many talents and ideas.


Dusty and Chase  are the newest members. They love everyone and keep things exciting. Horsemen in training. 

Relaxed Boarding Environment

We are proud to offer a very friendly, low-key, relaxed atmosphere that welcomes all disciplines and equines. We have a mix of riders and horses here at CWRS, from jumpers to barrel racers and registered horses to rescue horses. All are welcomed.


CWRS has no barbed wire fencing on the property. The entire 160 acres uses bio polar horse guard electric fencing. There is over 400 acres of surround pasture to ride on with steep and sloping hills, soft sand creak bed, and large flat areas. 


We have a 200 x 120 piped riding arena with jumps, barrels, and poles. The arena is groomed regularly. Next to the arena is a 50 foot piped round pen. Miles of dirt roads to ride on. 

Personalized Services

CWRS is a full care boarding facility.


Boarding and care options fully customizable. Only pay for the services you and your horse need. 

We offer multiple horse, Military/Police/Fire discount.


We have a number of boarding options available and have the knowledge and ability to cater to each animals needs. We offer Private Paddocks, Private Pen, and 150 acre Pasture Boarding.  


Barns areas and tack rooms are well lit. Trailer parking is available.   

The animals are our #1 priority and we treat them all like our own. 

Drop us a Line!

Chinook Winds Riding Stable, LLC

9129 Berridge Rd, Calhan, Colorado 80808, United States

(719) 761-2433

“In riding a horse we borrow freedom.” ~Helen Thomson


 

  Under Colorado law, an equine professional is not liable for an injury to or the death of a participant in equine activities from the inherent risks of equine activities. Pursuant to section 13-21-120, Colorado Revised Statutes.