The latest Stable Style feature was an introduction to Portuguese Bend Riding Club. You can learn about its history and see more great photos in the feature, Touring Historic Portuguese Bend Riding Club. I took so many photos while I was visiting it was impossible to share them in the first blog post. I hate to let good photos go unseen, so I created part II here.
The property features a variety of different barns and stalls at different price points for boarders.
This is the exterior of the barn for the kids to hang out at during summer camp.
The exterior of a tack room near one of one of the barns.
Turnout is offered for the horses and I captured this artistic shot through the trees.
The main jumping arena is nestled in between picturesque hills and old trees.
The main entrance to the stable’s courtyard is tucked behind the trees.
Inside the courtyard, there is ample storage, a potting/planting station, a picnic area, and of course – horses.
Grooms and several staff members live in the apartments above the well manicured stables.
Under the arches are roomy box stalls accented with blue throughout.