Easton Meadows is a lovely property and serene setting with rolling meadows, wood fencing, large run in sheds,  and a very nice covered arena with improved sand footing that was just leveled and added in Oct 2020. The main barn is a beautiful structure with spacious stalls (12x12) that have adjustable height sides and there are numerous windows in the barn. Several of the roof panels are clear to allow more natural light in. There are also abundant lights in stalls and aisles, a spacious tack room, a lounge area with an equine library for boarders and students; also available is a DVD player with training videos. A bathroom is in the main barn.



We moved here in 2020 from Texas and brought with us our 5 Lusitano and Andalusian horses that had been bred and born on our Texas property. See them under tab Hacienda del Viento horses. We have been involved in promoting the sport of Working Equitation since 2010. Pamela has been studying Equine Assisted Learning (see Equine Facilitated Coaching tab) for the  past five years in addition to obtaining an MA in Human Services Counseling with a Life Coaching cognate. Go to cluttertoclarity.org

Pamela has been involved in horses for over 35 years starting out as a trail guide, rode on a drill team, while in California in the 90's was assistant to a pony club instructor, managed a small boarding stable, trained under a dressage rider and breeder of iberian sporthorses, was part of a riding association board that put on english and western events. Easton Meadows will be holding various clinics and events throughout the year.