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A stylish go-anywhere, trot in the park.

 
 
 

We offer the Riding facilities you'd travel the world for. Fortunately, you don't have to.

 

When training a rider and a horse to become a team, being close to home matters most. That's why at Fire Run Farm, we're just 35 minutes from the heart of Seattle, with access to Bellevue, Redmond and Everett, and less than an hour to The Emerald City's Sea-Tac international airport. Where ever you are, our goal is to provide the most outstanding equestrian programs in the world --- Just closer to you. 

 
 
People’s choice - Instructor of the Year
— Horse World
Kurt & Teri spared no expense in building the farm.
As you enter, it feels like you have stepped into a very inviting and expertly decorated
model home.
— Saddle Horse Report

One of the premier horse trainers and equitation
instructors in the Morgan horse industry
— The Morgan Horse
This is a “Super Barn”… We see it in the Corporate
World… Super Companies like Apple that emerge from a recession stronger than ever
with double digit growth having redefined the way in which
they conduct business and excel.
— Saddle Horse Report
Suzanne is the only Washington trainer/instructor who is an active part of the USEF Equitation committee.

— United States Equestrian Federation
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There's a Morgan Horse for everyone.

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2017 Show Schedule

May 11-14
Key Classic Benefit Horse Show

Monroe, WA

May 25 - 28

BC Morgan Horse Show

Lynden, WA

June 21 - 24
Oregon Morgan Classic/ Far West Morgan Horse Show

Springfield, OR

July 26-29
Morgan Medallion Classic
Santa Barbara, CA

August 3-7
C-Fair Charity

Monroe, WA

August 26-28
Pacific Northwest Morgan

Spanaway, WA

October 8-15
Grand National & World Championship Morgan Horse Show
Oklahoma City, OK

Facilities

Fire Run Farm is one of the most beautiful pieces of the horse realm that you will ever see. Thirty acres of gently rolling white-fenced paddocks, and a pond surrounded by evergreens housing resident Canadian geese greet you as you roll up to the 35 stall barn, which has a heated lounge tastefully decorated with discriminating equine artwork,

barn aisles lined with medallions and championship ribbons

from countless victory passes, an indoor arena with a subterranean round pen built in, and outdoor arenas as well. There is a feeling of magic at FRF, difficult to define but a presence that is indisputably felt.
— The Saddle Horse Report
 
 

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Fire Run Farm

12005 188th St SE

Snohomish, Wa 98296
 

 

 

From Seattle: Take I-90 E, I-405 N and WA-522 E to your destination in Maltby. Take the exit toward Fales Rd from WA-522 E. 

Take exit 10A to merge onto I-405 N toward Bothell/Everett for 12.2 miles

Use the right 2 lanes to take exit 23 to merge onto WA-522 E for 8.2 miles

Take the exit toward Fales Rd (It comes up fast!), turn left at the stoplight onto Echo Lake Road, which becomes Fales Road, continue about 1 mile.

Turn right onto 188th St SE and continue straight. In 0.2 mile the road becomes a private gravel road, proceed another 0.2 mile further on the private road. You will see signs for Fire Run Farm on the Left,  and a sign at the entrance. 

Turn left into the farm and bear to the left at the fork in the road toward the barn.


Contact Us

Barn Phone: (425) 481-9480

Kurt and Teri Rumens - Owners
Email: firerunfarm@earthlink.net

Suzanne Haberek - Trainer / Instructor
Email: suzanne_firerunfarm@yahoo.com

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