Brandywine is an ideal location for boarding. Located in Midland, North Carolina, just off Highway 601, Brandywine offers many amenities for horse and rider alike. A large barn holds roomy stalls, two wash stalls with hot and cold water, along with lockers and a locker room for boarders.
Outside, the 45-acre facility has large pastures, riding trails, and a lighted sand arena. The arena is well-stocked with all the supplies a hunter-jumper needs: cavaletti, poles, and jumps galore. Additionally, you won’t have to travel far if you want to show off your skills. Brandywine is one member of the Carolina Horse Show Circuit, and holds some shows on its grounds.
Brandywine also provides a high standard of care with a dedicated staff and regular vet and farrier visits.
Full Board—includes an indoor stall, twice daily feed and supplements, dailystall cleaning, hay, turn-in and turn-out, and a tack locker for storage of personal items— $420/month
Debbie has been working with horses all her life, even before opening the Stables 20 years ago. She has many horses on the property that she has raised, broken, and trained. Whether your young colt needs first-time breaking or you just found out that the beautiful 8-year-old mare you just bought is incredibly frightened of trailers or anything in between, Debbie can custom-tailor a program to help you and your horse.
Training is offered on-site at the rate of board plus $100/month.
Brandywine Springs South Stables offers quality and affordable boarding, lessons, training, and leases for riders and horses of all levels and skills. We offer knowledgeable instruction, attention, and care, and a wide variety of services for the beginner, intermediate, or advanced rider.
With an award winning 4-H Club, Brandywine is an ideal place for children and teens to build skills and character under the pledge, "I Pledge my Head to clearer thinking, my Heart to greater loyalty, my Hands to larger service, and my Health to better living, for my club, my community, my country, and my world." Visit the national 4-H website for more information.
Debra Campbell has been working in the equestrian field most of her life. For the past 20 years, she has owned and operated Brandywine Stables. Brandywine boasts an award winning 4-H Club, teaching its members proper care, ownership, and showmanship. She prides herself on teaching riders not only how to ride, but also proper care and grooming of the horse.
Brandywine is primarily known for beginner through advanced hunter-jumper lessons, but basic dressage and western are also available.
Lessons can be arranged by contacting her at the Stables. Group lessons are offered at a rate of $35/lesson, and private lessons are $45/lesson. This rate is based on an hour-long period of instruction.