Fox Crossing Equestrian, LLC, is a full service, family owned farm that offers a complete variety of equine services to suit all of your equestrian needs.
Formerly the Morris Equestrian Center, the farm was purchased in 2008 and has undergone complete renovations to offer Litchfield County a safe, fun and supportive environment to ride.
Owners, Cindy & Michael Italiaander have created a professional yet friendly atmosphere. Their excellent
reputation throughout the community speaks for itself!
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In addition to catering to those who own their own horses and ponies, Fox Crossing Equestrian, LLC offers a complete riding school for all ages and abilities.
Fox Crossing Equestrian takes pride in developing young and older riders alike into competent and successful horsepeople. The farms extensive indoor and outdoor facilities represent some of the safest in Litchfield County.
From superior boarding stalls and amenities to large indoor and outdoor training arenas situated on 25 picturesque acres, Fox Crossing has everything you need to become the best rider you can be.
Owner/ Manager: Cindy Italiaander (CLICK TO LEARN MORE
Office Hours: Please leave a message on the barn phone if we are not available to schedule a visit and we will get back to you
within 24 hours if not immediately!
Boarder Hours: Monday - Saturday 8am - 8pm; Sunday 8am – 5pm. (Boarders wishing to come during closed hours may make arrangements with the barn manager.)
Public Hours: Please call and schedule all tours, hacks, lessons, etc. FCE’s doors are always open to everyone; we would just like someone to be there to greet you.
Please take a Few Minutes and read the Barn Rules.
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MEET OUR TRAINERS
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additional information & Bios)
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"By the way, I hadn’t seen the farm in the spring and it is really pretty and so green. The new
paddocks also look nice and I really like the footing in the outdoor! And most important, all of the
horses are so happy! Thanks for taking such good care of my guy!" -Debbie