The facilities at Diamond W Ranch were designed to accommodate the serious horseperson and their horse. Although the main barn on the property was originally built as a dairy barn, it has been carefully converted to include a heated feed room, a tack room, and eleven large box stalls. There is also a second smaller barn that has three permanent box stalls. Five more box stalls are planned for addition in the main barn.
Attached to the main barn is a 60' x 128' indoor arena with dressage letters, mirrors and schooling jumps. A heated lounge with kitchen area looks into the indoor arena.
Horse shows on premises
There is a small outdoor arena with dressage letters that measures 60' x 132'. The main outdoor jumping arena is 132' x 252'. Both hunter shows and dressage shows are held in this arena. A farm lane that leads through the property offers additional riding outside the arenas.
Diamond W Ranch student Danielle Tamke competes on her horse, "Odyssey"
Planned for the future: bathroom in the lounge, heated second tack room, heated grooming area and indoor heated wash stall.