The clubhouse provides the team with a common area to keep tack, to stay dry and to get out of the weather. The building is the first point of entry, and provides longer term storage options.
Surefyre Farm will provide boarding options that include full-board and half-board. The farm currently has a fully serviced barn and shedrow stalls for ponies, but is in the final planning stages for an additional full service barn.
Each 12x12' stall with have individual private secure lockers to store tack directly by horse.
Current plans envision a rainwater collection system with pump-back that will provide gravity fed water to facilitate distribution to the stalls.
The new facility will have 12x12 stalls with in/out access to a 12 x 23' gravel paddock. The paddocks will provide access to grass turnout that will be used year-round, weather permitting.
In addition to the 12 x 23' paddocks and grass turn-out areas, SureFyre will provide summer grazing turn-out for horses in addition to having both indoor and outdoor rings available for turn-out.
SureFyre has designed and built a covered arena that will provide year-round riding opportunities on a ring that is 72' x 132' in size. A rainwater collection system will be installed provided abundant supply for equestrian needs.
The arena design uses a fabric a-frame roof with open sides giving a bright, airy feel in all seasons
In 2015 SureFyre completed a 200' x 100' outdoor ring for summer riding. The ring has a foundation that includes geotextile, drainage ditches and pipes and compacted roadbase, with a sand footing. It is anticipated that a pump system will be installed for dust control and footing consistency
The Cross-Country Field
One of the great features of the SureFyre location is the availability of a large cross-country field. The field will provide opportunities to practice riding on grass. The field currently has over 600' in cleared length and will allow riders to get accustomed to riding in big spaces.