Wildtree Farm Norma Richards hunter-jumper riding lessons, horse training, schooling shows and summer camps

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Wildtree Farm is located in a rural setting of 155 acres. The surroundings are beautiful and the views are incredible, yet peaceful. Riding is a pleasure on the forested trails and the adjoining BLM land. Along with the lovely setting are the following amenities:


  • 40 x 60 two-story wood frame barn
  • 8 matted 12 x 12 stalls
  • Attached 20 x 24 peagravel pipe paddocks
  • 16' wide matted aisle
  • Warm water wash area
  • Separate feed and tack rooms
  • Upstairs camp dorm


  • 100 x 200 all-weather outdoor sand arena with covered seating
  • 60 x 204 covered arena with sand footing
  • Sprinkler systems for both arenas
  • 60 ft pipe round pen with all-weather sand footing

Other amenities

  • Grass turn-out paddocks
  • Small cross-country course
  • Covered eating area for camp and show participants
  • Eleven pipe paddocks for camps and shows
  • Outdoor heated shower for camps
  • Parking area for trucks and horsetrailers
  • Unlimited forested trails


Wildtree was first established in 1977 by Norma Richards' family as a breeding farm, standing three beautiful thoroughbred stallions and raising thoroughbred horses for sport. Over the years, the farm has transformed into a wonderful lesson, training, schooling show and summer camp facility.

"Norma's lessons are filled with laughter. When I think back on my years of riding with Norma and watching her teach my children and train my horses, the laughter is what stands out in my mind. Everyone is having fun while they learn. Norma's calm and friendly personality, her ability to communicate, her attention to safety and her years and years of experience (including continuing her own education) all combine together to make the lessons enjoyable and educational. I love that Norma values all of her students. From the older adult that rides just for fun to the junior wanting to go to all the shows - everyone is important to Norma."

Valarie Johns

The wind of heaven is that which blows between a horse's ears.

Arabian Proverb