Rich Fellers Stables LLC
Rich Fellers Stables is a high performance show jumping program located at Timberline Meadows in Oregon CIty, OR. We offer training for riders and horses and compete internationally in North America and Europe.
Our Mission: RFS LLC has been developing horses and riders since 1989. Our goal is to provide an environment where both riders and horses reach their potential; whether it be in the amateur jumpers or the top of the sport. With our owners' and riders' goals in mind, what is best for the horse is our first priority. The foundation of our program is flat work and fitness, which in turn promotes the longevity and consistency of the horses' careers. We build a solid foundation for our riders so they have the skills to compete successfully at their appropriate level. We treat our employees with respect and emphasize horsemanship in the care of the horses. We seek to provide them with the knowledge and skill base necessary to make a career in the equestrian world. Our relationships with the many horse professionals locally and throughout the world are based on trust, honesty and integrity.
Timberline Meadows, is a beautiful 18 acre farm nestled in a forest on the eastern end of Oregon City. The farm features a 27 stall barn, 10 small gravel paddocks, 12 grass paddocks, an indoor ring (80" x 204") with a heated observation room, an outdoor ring (100' x 200'), a four-horse eurociser, and a 1km trail around the property. Our facility was not only built to be a training center, but also a peaceful place for our clients to step away from the busy world and enjoy the simpler things life has to offer. Take a walk around the property and you will see several different types of fruit trees, grape vines, and several vegetable gardens in the spring and summer months. In order to help maintain a green facility, we have a pond fed by rain water, which is used to water the indoor arena, several rows of solar panels, which provide a large portion of the electricity for the facility, and we transport all of our compost to a local nursery to be used as fertilizer.