Location
23355 County Road 100A
North of Road 29 off Highway 113
Hours
Reasonable hours
Phone
(530) 867-4231
Website
http://www.willowcreekhorsepark.weebly.com/
Owner(s)
Linda Saldana

Willow Creek Horse Park is a facility for boarding horses. It is a high end facility with trainers on site and excellent care. About a 10 minute drive from Davis.

2018 Rates $550 for a stall with large paddock and access to all facilities. 

Hay fed twice daily, stalls cleaned, and bedded with (plenty of) shavings. A selection of hay is always available and usually includes alfalfa, some kind of grass (rye or otherwise), alfalfa-grass mix, and some kind of oat, wheat, or three-way mix. However, the hay selection may change depending on what is available in the area. The staff is always willing to work with boarders regarding special diets or specific needs. All you have to do is ask!  The barn is equipped with a fly spray system during fly season and each paddock has an overhead mister for hot days. 

Large outdoor arena with full course of jumps, smaller outdoor arena (connected to larger) for warm-up, poles, etc., outdoor trail course with a hill, 280x110ft indoor arena with lights and fantastic footing, outdoor dressage court, three round pens, five turn out paddocks, plenty of trailer parking (free for boarders), and access to farm roads for riding.

Current Resident Trainers: 

Debbie Smith

http://whisperingsmith.weebly.com

Laurie Watase 

http://teamhorsetraining.org/index.html

Ryan Oropeza

http://www.ryanoropezastables.com

Chris Scarlett

 phone 530-308-0894.  Email [email protected]

Updated by Rowan Foley (current Boarder) on January 6, 2017

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2009-09-26 16:00:41   This place is very fancy, nice facilities, all brand new. The horses all have a stall and a run, and there's an indoor and huge outdoor arena. They only have a couple dirt turnouts though, which you can put your horse in if you want. I personally got warned away by the drama, but that is sort of inevitable at most barns so if you don't mind that this certainly doesn't seem like a bad place to keep your horse (I toured the place but did not board a horse there). Both the owner and manager are very nice. —imjustjoking22


2013-09-30 08:08:55   This is a wonderful place to board and the owners don't advertise much so it's a pretty laid back place with great people. I added the additional info above because it's a place worth boarding. Considering high boarding prices in this area, this barn offers some of the best facilities and best hay selections for the cost. My horse doesn't require tons of extra supplements because they feed enough. I've never had to ask for extra shavings because the stalls are bedded well. The staff is easy to work and I've called several times to report something broken or a wasp nest, and the barn manager fixes it that same day. Arenas are groomed regularly and the indoor arena is groomed EVERY DAY. —ChardaeJones


2016-08-19 00:04:54   I've been boarding my horse at Willow Creek for 7 years now, and have always had an enjoyable experience. The staff has recently changed but the transition went smoothly and Linda and Rafael are doing an excellent job renovating the property while caring for the horses. There are so many places to ride on the property, and it is always nice to have trails to go out on. I always feel safe at the barn, and feel as though my horse is looked after. —rowanelizabeth