Boarding

Tack Room

All horses boarded at Dreamfield Equestrian Farm, LLC receive the following for a flat rate; additional services may be offered for a separate fee. Dreamfield rates are highly competitive for boutique boarding.

  • Daily stall clean out
  • Daily turnout into 4 acre pastures
  • Pastures cleaned daily - stones, sticks and other hazards removed
  • Customized feeding program developed with owner includes 2-3
    feedings per day
  • Snack time at owner's request (all food items are prepared to ensure
    feeding safety)
  • Nighttime nibble nets which mimic daytime grazing and eliminate gulping
  • Forelock to tail check twice daily
  • Blanketed and/or brought inside during inclement weather
  • All activities are completed on a regular schedule
  • Neighboring horses are matched for temperament and compatibility
  • Dreamfield engages the most highly sought after equestrian health professionals and coordinates a semi-annual visit with their veterinarian, and farrier visits every 5-6 weeks. (Owners are also welcome to use their own professionals and Dreamfield will assist with ensuring horses are made ready and available for services such as chiropractic, acupuncture and massage)

  • Fly masks (owner provided) and sheets are applied as needed

Dreamfield is the most beautiful stable I have ever seen, let alone have the opportunity to keep my horse at. I am so grateful for the clean barn and stalls, gorgeous heated tack room with kitchen and bathroom facilities, fantastic footing in the bigger than regulation size arena, and hours of trail riding right from the barn. This is a peaceful and harmonious facility and I feel happy knowing that he is getting excellent care and lots of fun turn-out time on healthy manure-free pastures.

Cholena ~ cHAPEL hILL, NC
Dreamfield Equestrian Farm
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Stable Manager

Dennis Snyder, the Stable Manager for Dreamfield Equestrian Farm, was born at 4:34 a.m. Astrology deems this the time of the leader, and it’s true. Dennis can lead horses with simply a look, gentle touch or quiet whisper. Even our equine friends with a dash of ‘drama queen’ become docile and friendly under his loving direction.

Dennis started his horse journey young, joining 4-H and FFA where he
bred and trained American Quarter Horses. Then in Indianapolis, he
worked for many years as a coachman driving carriages with up to six
horses. Tiring of the snowy winters, in 2009 Dennis responded to an ad in North Carolina for a barn manager and found his calling. He has run barns with as many as 78 horses doing everything from administering medication to bailing hay.
Dennis provides impeccable daily care and attention to ensure a superior boarding experience for you and your horse. Dennis says for him, it’s more than a job, it’s his passion.
Stable Manager Dennis Snyder

My time at Dreamfield has been nothing short of spectacular! The facility is absolutely beautiful and includes everything you could ever need to care for your horse, including a spacious tack room, huge stalls, and lovely trails. Cady, and her farm manager Dennis, go above and beyond when it comes to the horse's care. When my horse was injured, they both made sure she was taken care of when I couldn't make it to the barn. I never worry about my horse at Dreamfield and the peace of mind is simply priceless.

Lauren ~ Chapel Hill, NC
Training at Dreamfield Equestrian Farm

Training

Nanci Lindroth

ICP Level III Instructor and ‘r’ Dressage and Eventing Judge

Nanci Lindroth offers excellent instruction in dressage at Dreamfield for
motivated students of all levels.

Nanci is an accomplished USEF 'r' Judge in Dressage and Combined Training, an FEI level Dressage Competitor and has 20 years of experience training horses and riders. Nanci is also a Level 3 ICP Certified Instructor. She was long-listed for the USET Eventing Team for the 1980 Olympics.

Nanci’s past students include USET riders Dorothy Trapp Crowell & Teresa Hover Koral. Nanci has competed at the FEI levels in both Dressage and Eventing, was a member of the 1987 Pan American 3 Day Gold Medal winning Team, and has trained horses to Prix St. George. She has coached Area VIII and Area III Young Riders, and the Carolina Region Pony Club.

Nanci Lindroth

Cindy Sydnor

Examiner for the USDF Instructor Certification Program and Retired “R” Dressage Judge

Cindy offers excellent instruction in dressage at Dreamfield for motivated students of all levels.

Riding since age twelve, Cindy began eventing and dressage with Mr. H.L.M.van Schaik from The Netherlands. She also rode at the Reitinstitut von Neindorff for several months in Germany.

Cindy and her then husband, Karl Mikolka, moved to Brazil where they worked to develop an international dressage team. Upon returning to the U.S. Cindy brought her Brazilian Thoroughbred gelding "Lover" and competed at the Grand Prix. She was long-listed for the USET Dressage Team for the 1976 Olympics.

Cindy competes Onno, her DWB gelding by Ferro, at Intermediaire 1, her

younger gelding “Windsor” at Intermediaire 1, and her mare Fresca at 4th level. She has been an examiner for the USDF Instructor Certification program for over 20 years. She retired her "R" Dressage Judge's license with the USEF in late 2012, but enjoyed judging for over 35 years.
Cindy Syndor

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Ronald Duncan
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