Uvalde, Texas

Relax at this ranch between the southwestern edge of the rolling hills and live oak savannahs of the Hill Country and the mesquite and cactus-covered South Texas Plains lies a vibrant ecosystem filled with Golden-cheeked Warblers, Black-capped Vireos, and multiple varieties of orioles, hummingbirds, butterflies, and charismatic mammals. Explore almost 2,000 acres on some of the rarest and most gentle horses in the US, Peruvian Pasos, take advantage of world-class bird and wildlife photography blinds, or relax by the pool. Meals are prepared with ranch ingredients and cooked in contemporary and traditional styles. Bring your own horses or ride their Peruvian Pasos.


Mountain City, Tennessee

Bring your horses to 600 acres, two homes, and over 7 miles of trails all to yourself! Hang out in the main lodge, walk down and feed the koi fish or hike up and spend the day at a mountain top dry cabin that overlooks the Appalachian mountains. Jump in the pool and swim on the warm days or take a dip in the brand new hot tub on the cold ones. 

The Biltmore Estate, North Carolina

Visit The Biltmore Estate and enjoy more than 80 miles of well-marked estate trails with your horse! Completed in 1895, George Vanderbilt’s 250-room chateau is as impressive today as it was more than a century ago. Biltmore House is truly a wonder of architecture and hospitality. As our guest, you’re invited to enjoy a self-guided tour of the house, as well as the beautiful gardens and grounds surrounding it, which were designed by renowned landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted.