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About the Facility

Morris Eventing was opened by Whitney in 2007 and has been a successful boarding and training barn since.


Several things set us apart from other boarding barns in the area; we own our facility, it is not leased. In December of 2022, Whitney and her husband were able to purchase the farm from Whitney's mother and they now live on-site. This allows us to provide the best possible round the clock care for you horse. Also, being a smaller facility, we do limit the number of clients and horses we have on the farm to around 10. This really allows us to get to know each and every horse inside and out and treat them as our own, allowing you to rest assured that your horse is getting the care and consistency that they need to thrive. Lastly, Whitney usually has one to two employees at most and she oversees all care. You will always know who is taking care of your horse. All of this also means we do usually have a waitlist, so message us today to come see the facility!

The Amenities

Morris Farm Eventing is a semi-private boutique farm conveniently located only 5 minutes from the Hamburg Shopping Center and I-75. We are 15 minutes from the KY Horse Park and the University of KY, 5 minutes from Hisle Park, and 20 minutes from Masterson. 

We have a 80 x 160 outdoor arena with wonderful footing and lights and a full stadium course with various fillers. We also have a cross-country field for schooling and conditioning, as well as a small, grass dressage arena.

Our barn has 14 stalls, uniquely designed into three sections, so it is never crowded. The barn is also equipped with security cameras, so we can have eyes on the horses at all times, while they are inside. Boarders have individual tack lockers and access to cross ties and an outdoor wash rack. 

Our turnout consists of various size pastures to meet your horses needs. We have small rehab paddocks, private paddocks and our full size paddocks with run in sheds. Our full board includes turn out in small groups of only 2 - 4 horses to reduce the risk of injury.

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