Located 10 minutes from downtown Fort Worth with Indoor and Outdoor riding facilities

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Confederate Park Farm is a full service equestrian center located in Fort Worth, Texas. With easy accessibility located five miles from Highway 820, and offering both indoor and outdoor stall boarding. We also have 20 acres of pasture boarding located at the back of our property with three ponds and plenty of trees for shade.


Our riding lessons specialize in hunter/jumper and dressage, but also focus on the basics for any rider no matter the direction they choose. English is a great way to start any rider and teaches excellent balance so that the rider will then be ready for any discipline they choose. Anyone can learn to ride, from young kids to adult. We have many adult students as well as kids. We have a great family atmosphere that everyone is sure to enjoy.

Along with offering English riding lessons, we also travel to horse shows and horse clinics. We travel to both hunter/jumper shows and dressage shows. We follow the North Texas Hunter Jumper Club Circuit, The Dallas Hunter Jumper Scholarship Circuit, Texas Hunter Jumper “A” Circuit, and Dallas Dressage Club Circuit. Along with the rated shows we also attend a lot of local schooling and fun shows. Our students have done very well in the past winning many ribbons and championships for year end titles.



We have many options for turnout, we have group turnout, individual turnout and nightly turnout. We will work with you and your horse to find the best routine for your mare or gelding. We have access to outdoor riding on trails that lead all the way to “Lake Worth”
Confederate Park Farms is family owned and operated. We live on the property and work it daily. The horses are under supervision always and gates are always locked nightly. We have plenty of room for trailer parking and many tack room options for storing all your horse needs.


  • 9410 Confederate Park Rd Fort Worth TX, 76135
  • Phone: 817-320-2969
  • e-mail: cpfequestrian@yahoo.com

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