A Historical Vision

New, private tack lockers were built with plenty of storage space for your personal belongings and an outdoor fully-matted double wash rack was installed for horse bathing and grooming.  We are currently in the process of installing 6 new stalls, a heated lounge, and heated bathroom with shower.  This expansion reflects our commitment to improving our facility and the environment for our boarders.  Soon we will cut in a viewing area so the lounge will overlook our indoor riding arena.  There will be more to come.  Let's grow together! 


We offer 22 10'x12' rubber-matted stalls, an indoor and outdoor riding arena, over 100 acres of onsite riding, 2 paddocks, a 60' round pen, eight pastures, and plenty of family-friendly programs to enjoy.  Our horses receive individualized management and daily turnout (weather permitting) and we now have 2 onsite riding instructors to accommodate your lesson needs.  Check out our "Future Plans" update below to catch a glimpse of what exciting enhancements are underway!


Spring Lain was built in 2005 on 48.12 acres of rolling countryside in Rootstown, Ohio.  Situated in a valley nearly a quarter mile from the main road, the farm has always offered a secluded oasis for horse lovers of all ages.  Adjoining properties were purchased recently to increase overall acreage to just over 173 acres.  We specialize in year-round horse boarding but offer a variety of recreational activities.  Contact us for information!

 


Our Story
Current & Future Plans

Spring Lain

ABOUT

A FARM DESIGNED FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY,

A place where horses nurture your soul.

Spring Lain was developed with a vision from long ago and, today, we strive to retain that vision.  Our name, 'Spring Lain', was derived from a small roadway that ran along the railroad tracks near our farm in the early 1800's.  This road was never accessible to the public and little historical information is known about its use.  However, it is believed that this is the area where the famous legend of how "Laura Gurley's bear was killed with an axe" originated.

Source:  'Road Names in Rootstown Township'

​Shirley Biltz Riemenschneider