Little Burgundy Farm is a small, private horse farm located near the intersection of I-495 and Telegraph Road, in Alexandria, VA -- a little piece of the country tucked away in the dense suburbs of northern Virginia.
We offer access to horses and riding facilities through our equestrian riding club program, allowing members to take riding lessons on a recurring basis.
We are well suited for experienced riders as well as new riders -- both adult and youth riders that are at least 7 years -- who are interested in taking weekly riding lessons and improving riding skills or simply enjoying the sport. We welcome new members who are interested interested in the advantages of horse ownership without the added expense and time commitments required of actually owning a horse and a horse property. To learn more about our riding club, please click on the "Learn how to become a member" banner above.
While our riding club is the core of our farm, we also operate horsemanship summer camps for kids 7-16 years old. Please visit our camps page to learn more about summer camp.
Please note: We are not suited for someone looking for a one-time ride or group lessons, and we don’t have a location for trail rides. If you just want to take one riding lesson rather than commit to weekly lessons, we recommend Rock Creek Stables in northern DC, or another farm that is more suited to your riding goals.