Full care boarding includes grass hay & water twice daily and paddocks cleaned 6 days per week. No extra charge for feeding your grain!
We are no longer offering overnight boarding.
36' x 48' Shared Paddocks
12' x 48' Private Runs
NEW 12'x12' Outdoor Stalls
NEW 12'x12' Heated Indoor Stalls
Amenities include a large 230'x90' heated indoor arena with a head-set-compatible P/A system and laser leveled footing, a massive 150'x315' outdoor arena, 50' round pen, pasture turnouts, two heated wash bays with cross ties, grooming areas, personal custom-built tack lockers, a full kitchen, and comfortable common areas with free wifi. See the Facility & Events page for more details.
Additional boarding services: Open air trailer parking available. Pasture turnout service coming soon!
Saturday, July 27, 2019
We're so excited to present our second annual "Summer Jumper Show!" You’ll love riding in the cool of our large indoor arena. Light concessions will be served at the show office.
Download the entry form below.
As Utah’s highest-earning National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) Professional, with winnings in excess of $230,000, and world championships in both AQHA and APHA, Travis Wigen holds himself to a high standard when working to develop top-quality open, non pro and youth reining horses. Travis’s standard of excellence centers around precision between horse and rider, lending to his outstanding performance record as a trainer, exhibitor and coach.
Both Travis’s passion for developing precision and his unmatched work ethic were apparent early on in his lifetime and he was quickly recruited to work under some of the industry’s most influential horsemen as a teenager, including Mark DeForest, Cliff Kellmer and Bob Avila. Travis’s undeniable talent for training quality reining horses led him to start his own business in 2000.
Since then, Travis, his non-pro, amateur, and youth clients have been consistent winners in the reining horse industry, both in Utah and on a national level. Though a well-rounded horseman, Travis’s specialty lies in training and showing young horses and developing a solid foundation to maximize both physical and mental longevity in the show pen. Additionally, Travis’s talent as a reining horse coach has lead his non-pro clients to the finals of both the NRHA Derby and NRBC, as well as top 10s and championship finishes at the AQHA and APHA World Shows, and year-end NRHA world standings.
When not showing alongside his wife, Melissa, and two daughters, Madison and Kendall, Travis also enjoys camping and fishing.
Call Travis at (503) 784-2156.
Jenni moved from Australia to the US in early 2016, bringing with her, her home-bred Arabian mare Jensems Suzie Q. Prior to moving, Jenni had been involved primarily with Arabian horses, including purebreds, Anglo Arabians and Arabian Warmbloods. She operated her own small breeding program as well as working on several large breeding farms. She holds a Bachelors of Applied Science (Equine) from Melbourne University.
Since moving to the US, Jenni quickly established herself as a force to be reckoned with in the Arabian Sport Horse scene, winning National Champion Arabian Sport Horse (AOTR) at the 2016 championships, along with several other National titles. Since then, Jenni has continued to claim many Regional and National titles.
In 2018, Jenni turned Professional, and once again claimed several National titles including Unanimous National Champion Arabian Sport Horse (Hunter Type). Other Regional and National wins include Sport Horse In Hand, Dressage, Western Dressage and Ranch Horse. To date, Jenni has bred, trained, prepared and shown multiple Royal, State, Regional, National and International champions across 7 different disciplines!
Jenni’s training philosophy has a foundation in classical dressage, with continued learning in correct bio-mechanics in order to create a balanced, relaxed horse for long-term health and soundness. She enjoys teaching beginner and amateur riders, taking time to explain the “whys” as much as the “hows” of correct riding and training, all with a relaxed, positive and encouraging approach. She maintains just a small team of horses to ensure a personal service for each horse and rider, occasionally having training positions available.
Training out of the lovely Scotsman Center in Mountain Green, Utah, visitors are always welcome and inquiries for training are invited.
Call Jenni at 801-717-5974 or email email@example.com
Janelle first heard about equestrian vaulting her freshman year of college at Asbury University in Wilmore, Kentucky. The sport of vaulting instantly combined her love of horses, acrobatics, and creativity perfectly. She was part of the University’s Vaulting Team for 4 years and took over as Head Coach when she became a senior. During her time at Asbury she also received her Bachelors Degree in Equine Management.
After graduating, Janelle became the Assistant Manager and Head Vaulting Coach at Meadow Lake Equestrian Center. Janelle dedicated her time there to developing and growing not only the Meadow Lake Vaulting Club but also the sport of vaulting. She trained the AVA 2016 Pas De Deux Horse of the Year and coached the AVA 2016 Trot Team of the Year. Her greatest accomplishment so far has been training her personal horse that she recently sold to the Morning Star Vaulting Club in California. He was the 1st Place Bronze Compulsory Team horse for the 2018 AVA National Championship.
Janelle currently resides in Ogden, UT with her husband Zach and their 2 dogs. They enjoy hiking, backpacking and skiing in their spare time.
A robot cameraman that automatically tracks the action from up to 2,000 feet away. Never miss a moment of your ride!
Trail obstacles including a platform, teeter totter, poles, and more are available to rent for your next clinic or event.
A full sized dressage menage and tall letters are available to rent for your next show or clinic.
Eight sets of heavy duty standards and newly painted poles are available to rent for your next clinic or event.
Monthly individual and family riding passes are available to non-boarders. For pass holders, we require proof of vaccinations for every horse brought on site. A preliminary appointment with our manager sets you up with the paperwork and padlock codes to ride in the arena anytime an event is not booked. Riding Passes are currently SOLD OUT. Check back later.
(Note: When checking arena availability, be sure to click the event bookings. Both equestrian area and room bookings are shown on that calendar)
If you are new to our facility, please review the Facility Rules form.
Rider Passes are required to provide proof of current vaccinations and completed waiver, rider pass agreement, and facility rules forms.
For Scotsman Center horse shows, print/complete chosen entry form (includes waiver in download).
Mail entries to Scotsman Center, 5859 N. Cottonwood Canyon Rd. Mountain Green, UT. 84050.
And we'd love to show you around. For facility tours and event inquiries, feel free to visit us during our office hours.
Monday - Friday: 1:00pm - 5:00pm
Barn Operating Hours:
Monday - Sunday: 8am-8pm