Thomas Divide is unique to the area, with its rolling 28 acres of horse pasture. There are few people who don’t enjoy a lazy evening on the deck, overlooking these pastures with horses quietly grazing, to the mountains beyond. From the first day I saw this view, it never ceases bring peace to my soul.
The original farm house, built in the 1920s, sits overlooking these pastures, too. Currently we use it for visitors to stay in, as well as a gathering place for our residents. For more information on staying at Thomas divide please click here.
For our horse owners, we have a 16 stall barn with tack and feed room, dressage arena, and round pen for training. There is also a large hay barn for storage. For our visitors we have an additional 4 stall barn, and 3 paddocks for visiting with horses.