Personalized Equine care

We at Chapel View Farm know your horse is not just a number in a barn, and that you want the best for them. We base our care to suit your horses needs, whether they are an Eventer, Show Jumper or your Trail companion. We have a variety of feeds and forages to keep them at a healthy weight, and top notch orchard grass and timothy bales for your horse to munch on.

The care does not stop there, we have beautiful paddocks that are mowed, seeded, and fertilized to keep lush grass most of the year (Dry lots case by case). All paddocks and fields are fully fenced with board fencing that is checked and repaired regularly for your horses safety.

We have large box stalls that are deeply bedded and banked with shavings, your horse will also have access to fresh water 24/7.

Chapel View Farm is conveniently located off of route 15 just 8 miles from Morvan Park Equestrian Center, and 13 miles from Loch Moy Farm. And for shows that are a bit further we have trailering services on site.

Jacqui Ross

Jacquelyn Ross- has 17 years experience in the equine industry having participated competitively in Eventing, Jumpers, Hunter, and Dressage in the United States and England since she was 9 years of age. Jacqui currently rides and coaches in both three day eventing and dressage, as well as preparing young horses for they're future careers.

Madison Ross
Barn Manager

Madison Ross- has worked with and ridden horses since she was 6. Since getting her start in England she has Managed/Owned an equine rescue in Southern Va. as well as rehabbed many abused and neglected horses. Madi learned her horseman ship through years in the pony club and is now spreading her knowledge to upcoming "pony clubbers". She has competed in the Eventer, Hunter, and the Jumper circuits. She loves teaching young children to ride as well as proper horsemanship and is the instructor for our beginner lessons.


Bruce Leland
Director of riding

Bruce Leland - has been a trainer and rider of winning Hunters and Jumpers and a coach of winning riders at the highest levels of the sport for more than 35 years. He has produced winners from New England to California and from Wellington to Spruce Meadows, from the ponies to the Grand Prix ring. Bruce has coached National Champions of The United States, Canada, and Mexico, and has trained, ridden, or sold a USEF zone champion in virtually every hunter and jumper division. He has been coach of the United States Military Equestrian Team and has taught clinics all over the country and in numerous foreign countries as well.