Riders can enjoy one of Southern California’s top-notch equestrian facilities at Copper Meadows Horse Park’s sprawling 65-acre location. With such an immense facility, we host three annual USEA Recognized events in March, June, and September, along with several unrecognized shows and clinics throughout the year.
Copper Meadows’ expansive cross-country course has obstacles ranging from the Intro to Advanced level and two water complexes. Hugh Lochore’s course design expertise means that Copper Meadows’ cross-country course promises exciting challenges on course at every level.
The Cross-Country Course is currently OPEN for Schooling!
Copper Meadows Horse Park boasts six versatile arenas:
- The Montecito Arena
(300’ x 150’) is primarily used for Show Jumping in Horse Trials and for schooling.
- The Eucalyptus Arena
(220’ x 150’) is enclosed by Eucalyptus trees, fully fenced and well-lit at night, making it perfect for lessons.
- The Roadside Arena
(180’ x 100’) is used primarily for dressage and for warming up, it is also lighted for late night riding.
- The Copper Arena
is used for multiple activities, spanning from Dressage to Show Jumping and is multi-leveled, featuring three ramps from the lower to upper side of the arena.
- The Cow Arena
(100’ x 120’) is used primarily for warm-up.
- El Lute Arena
is a warm-up arena that is used for lunging, schooling and warm-up during our Horse Trials.