Cotton Meadows Farm is located on 68 acres of rolling pasture in north Alabama. The farm includes:
- Well lit, well ventilated 80 X 220 indoor arena with mirrors and giant ceiling fans. The ceiling fans in conjunction with opening the 3 large roll-up doors, 5 large windows, and roof vents make riding in the indoor pleasant even in the heat of the summer. There is also an upstairs lounge and viewing area.
- Convenient and comfortable boarder barn with spacious 12 X 12 stalls and adjoining entrance to indoor arena. Large tack room with ample saddle racks & bridle hooks, refrigerator, dehumidifier, sink, and heat & AC. Two indoor wash stalls with rubber floor and wall mats.
- Upscale 9 stall training and sales barn with full amenities including large horse-friendly stalls, heated/cooled tack room, full bath, laundry room, foaling stall, two wash/grooming stalls with rubber floor and wall mats, feed room, and plentiful storage space. Generous skylights and a high, open ceiling provide a naturally lit, well-ventilated environment that is enjoyed by both horses and people.
- Newly renovated 4-stall boarder barn with individual stall fans and rubber mats, overhead fly spray system, private tack room with many saddle racks & bridle hooks, refrigerator and dehumidifier.
- Rubber mats, individual, overhead fly spray system, and heated water buckets in all stalls.
- 150 X 250′ jump ring with sand footing and a full complement of stadium jumps
- Lighted sand dressage arena with extensive mirrors
- 65’ diameter round pen
- 30 acres of cross-fenced pasture and paddocks for turn-out
- 26 acre field for galloping and cross-country jumping with a variety of portable XC fences up to the Novice level.
- 36 X 60′ hay and equipment barn
- Use of dumpster service for manure
- Loft apartment in the main barn for live-in help
At Cotton Meadows Farm, our primary goal is to maintain the physical and mental well-being of our horses. Our stalls are designed with steel railings on the inside walls between the horses allowing for good ventilation and to allow the horses to see other. The rubber mats, fans, and skylights in each stall also contribute to the comfort of the horse. We strongly believe in keeping their environment as natural as possible so our horses get turned out at night in the summer and during the day in the winter, usually in small groups.