The Black Rock Horse Ranch is arguably the largest and most sophisticated horse ranch in the northwest and consists of 1,140± acres. The Idaho horse ranch is located along the south side of the Coeur d’Alene River in Kootenai County which is near the town of Harrison. The green, grassy paddocks and pristine, white fencing seem almost endless, reminiscent of the famous equine farms of Kentucky.
Currently, the Black Rock Horse Ranch is operating as a horse ranch specializing in Reining horses, Arabian horses and a breeding program of both. The state of the art laboratory, aka veterinary clinic, is modeled after the lab at Texas A&M and provides all the tools needed to run a successful breeding program from conception, throughout gestation, and long after a foal reaches adulthood.
Improvements include an indoor arena, 96 horse stalls, stallion barn with attached reception area and guest house, 3 employee homes, a lab with breeding and birthing stalls, plus various farm buildings and horse training facilities. Equestrian enthusiasts will love all the ranch’s attributes, from relaxing sunset horseback rides to competitive events.
This phenomenal property has frontage on the Coeur d’Alene River near the town of Harrison in Kootenai County, Idaho. Harrison, Idaho, is a beautiful, small resort town only 35 miles from Coeur d’Alene, and 67 miles from Spokane.
Elegant with a flash of country charm best describes the 3,737 sq. ft. main residence, all on one level. The design includes a large open foyer with high ceilings and extra-wide hallways. The tall ceilings complement this feeling of spaciousness, and the views of Coeur d’Alene and Anderson lakes provide an awe-inspiring backdrop. House features a helicopter pad.