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Snuggled down in a ridge of the Ozark Mountains you will find Royal Ridge Farm.  Royal Ridge Farm is a highly trained facility located in Texas County, Missouri just an hour southeast of Springfield, Missouri. 

Royal Ridge Farm takes pride and joy in training and riding some of the best stock that the equine industry has to offer.  We do our best to provide and match up each individual with a horse that not only matches their personality but also equals their level of riding.

Royal Ridge Farm works with a minimal herd of horses in order to ensure that each horse is getting the quality of training, time and attention in order to achieve a level of excellence that far exceeds that of other professionals.

In the heart of the Missouri Ozarks you find a definite place to see some of the best performance and riding horses in the world.  Here along the forest preserves, across the rivers are some of the most exciting and rugged trails to ride.  It's a family oriented place that leaves you breathless to see some of the most beautiful scenery and experience all that God has created.

Whether you purchase a horse from us and or another farm or ranch it's important to always continue your horses education.  The most important thing to remember is that groundwork isn't something you do with just a young horse, it's a lifetime progression with horses of all ages.  Although its a big part of foundation training, it's very important to keep refining a well trained horse throughout your relationship.  You can always find things to improve, gain responsive results, and continue education on specific training that you so desire.

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WARNING: Under Missouri laws, an equine professional is not liable for an injury to or death of a participant in equine activities resulting from the inherent risks of equine activities pursuant to the revised Statutes of Missouri. (R.S.Mo 537.325)

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