Double B Equestrian Center is a privately owned horse boarding stable and training facility located in Wylie, Texas. We offer both full care and self care options (see our horse boarding page for details) We also offer riding lessons in many disciplines from dressage to western pleasure and trail. We offer hosting birthday parties and winter/spring break and summer horse camps as well. Contact owners Rick Brewer at 214-882-1213 or Kat Schweers-Fell 214-289-5625 for information.
Large roomy stalls, daily turnout, and comfortable accomodations for horse & rider. Your horse will love the amenities at Double B. Our spacious 12×12 stalls ensure even your large horse is comfortable. All stalls have windows and are cleaned daily. Automatic waterers ensure your horse always has fresh cool water to drink. More on Horse Boarding →
Our 120×250 covered arena means you never have to miss a day of riding due to bad weather. The luxury of an indoor arena means you can ride your horse when you want to despite what Mother Nature is doing that day. If you work, you will love being able to ride to our well-lit arena in the evenings. More on Facilities →
Take your riding skills to the next level with our talented trainers. Taking riding lessons from a professional trainer can help you enjoy your horse and riding more. Whether you want to compete or just be safer on a horse, we have instructors in many disciplines and at every level. More on Riding Lessons →
Expand your horsemanship skills with expert guest clinicians. Double B is available for hosting clincs, horse shows and other equine events. Recently Olympic dressage rider Lisa Wilcox taught a clinic to prepare riders for USDF Nationals. Another popular clinician was Road to the Horse winner Dan James who taught his Ground Work and Body Control Under Saddle Clinic at Double B. More on Clinics & Events →
We understand how you feel about your horse and do everything we can to keep your horse safe and happy. Happy horses make happy owners. Our goal is to provide the best facility possible and to keep your horse safe and happy. Read what some of them have told us More →