If you would like to meet the stallions and see first hand the environment we've created for our horses, we invite you to schedule a farm tour.
While visiting the farm, you'll see the stallions, babies (in season) and the main farm facilities. Your tour guide will be happy to answer any questions you have about Iron Spring and our horses. General tours usually last an hour or so.
We can also schedule a more in-depth tour giving you a look into collection methods and the inner workings of the breeding shed. For breeders interested in a particular stallion, we also arrange a viewing of offspring whenever possible .
What You Should Know
Farm tours are scheduled, by appointment, 7 days a week at 1 or 1:30 PM. It's best to let us know two weeks in advance whenever possible. With notice we can accommodate wheel chairs and special needs.
Let us know how many will be coming. We've done tours for groups of up to 30 people. If there are youngsters coming along please make sure you have enough chaperones to keep everyone safe.
Dress for outdoor weather. You'll be walking up and down hills, so comfortable, closed-toe shoes are a must.
When you arrive at the farm, please park near the main barn (take a right where the driveway splits).
If you need to cancel a tour let us know as soon as possible.
Any questions? Just ask. We know you'll enjoy visiting the horses and the farm, and we look forward to getting to know you!
Requirements for Visiting Iron Spring Farm
Visitor Release Form: All visitors will be required to sign a Visitor Release Form and wear proper closed footwear. This applies to: sales clients for riding horses or young horses not yet under saddle, visitors coming for farm tours, and people in a sales client’s group who are not riding (parents, trainers, sponsors, etc.).
Rider Release Form: All sales clients and trainers will be required to sign a Rider Release Form prior to riding any ISF sales horse. As a condition to riding any horse, Rider is required by IRON SPRING FARM to wear and utilize all protective clothing and equipment, including protective headgear, at all times while mounting, riding and dismounting horses. Rider’s protective headgear must meet or exceed ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials)/SEI (Safety Equipment Institute) standards for equestrian use and carry the SEI tag.
ISF will NOT provide helmets, so sales clients must bring their own helmet with them.
Visitors and Clients may contact the farm prior to their appointment for a faxed or emailed copy of the release forms for review.