Reach out to learn more about Appleatchee Riders
“Appleatchee is one of my very favorite places to visit for a horse show! Being an equine photographer, I visit it quite a bit, whether it's for a show or for a portrait session for the boarders and their horses. I'm incredibly lucky to live only 10 minutes away from this gorgeous facility.”
Jeni Jo Photography
- Professional Equine Photographer -
"I had a great time sorting. Everyone was very nice and helpful."
"It's a very laid back atmosphere. Everyone it is very nice and very helpful. We look forward to participating every month!"
"Wonderful facility and friendly people!"
"Outstanding show barn but arenas and areas to ride as well. Cattle on grounds for events and they do an outstanding job of grooming to fit your needs!"
"We love Appleatchee! Very clean, people are very friendly and so many places to ride."
"Good People Nice facility with an indoor riding arena"
"I come from the Seattle area and this place is amazing. There's a huge variety of horseman (women) but from what I have seen, we all have the same goal: horsemanship and enjoying our horses. I am lucky to be a part of this facility"
"this place is amazing! If you ever visit you HAVE to climb saddle rock. Absolutely stunning views up there. The stables are pretty nice, and you can put horses across from each other so they can see each other and plenty of alleyway space. There is also a really fun obstacle course just past the road that has bleachers for people who want to watch. The obstacle course has some jumps, but still plenty of room for people who don't want to jump. The arenas are very nice and spacey, although the J.S. Sparks arena has only 1 set of bleachers, but the lower one has plenty. If you board there, the horses can go outside in a little mini paddock. Also, there is plenty of room for campers or motorhomes. The outdoor arenas are very nice as well, and the round pen has very tall walls so horses can't jump out. Overall, it's a very nice place you should definitely visit sometime."
Appleatchee Riders Association is a private membership organization incorporated in 1947 in Washington State for the purpose of promoting fellowship among horse lovers.
Please note: We are a private facility. All of the horses here are privately owned. We Have NO Pony Rides, Trail Rides, Birthday Parties, or Horses for Rent.
Learn more about boarding at Appleatchee Riders
Appleatchee has 7 barns available for resident horses. All stall units include a box stall with an attached run, an automatic waterer, and a tack/feed room. As an Appleatchee Member, you have access to 1 covered arena, 2 indoor arenas, 3 outdoor arenas, a covered round pen, heated indoor wash racks, and non-heated wash racks at the ends of A-D barns. Just across Circle Street, members have access to miles of trails and our private Bowl containing Cross Country jumps, trail obstacles, and a regulation-sized USEA dressage arena.
Located at the base of Saddle Rock, Appleatchee Riders Association has 7 barns available for resident horses. All stall units include a box stall with an attached run, an automatic waterer and a tack room. As an Appleatchee Member, you have access to several miles of trails, 1 covered arena, 2 indoor arenas, 3 outdoor arenas, a covered round pen, heated indoor wash racks, and non-heated wash racks at the end of every barn. Limited turnout is allowed in the covered Warm-Up arena, the Middle Outdoor, and the Roping Arena if arena conditions allow during winter months.
A stall tenant may sub-lease their stall to another member for no more than 6 months out of the year. During that time, the sub-lessor will pay board for that stall. Many members use this option while they are waiting for a stall of their own. Please see item 10 in the General section of the "Revised 2020 Barn Rules."
GOLD BARNS (Older Barns - A, B, C & D Barns)
Monthly Rent $120.00
NEW BARNS (E & F Barns)
Monthly Rent $150.00
Barn rental list
To get your name on the stall list, members must pay a $100.00 deposit, which will go towards stall deposit when they get a stall. The list is not split by barn. All stall units include a box stall with an attached run, an automatic waterer and a tack room. If a person's name comes up on the stall list they must take whatever stall is available, or they go to the bottom of the list.
Reach out with questions or give us a call at (509) 663-3175
A - D Barns (Gold Barns)
E and F Barns
A - D Barns (Gold Barns)