PK Cycling 135 Bolinas Rd, Fairfax, CA94930 PK Cycling is a bicyle fitting company that specializes in customizing bikes for all types of riders. From seasoned…More trialthlete's to beginners, PK Cycling will be able to solve any and all of your riding issues. It offers bikes handcrafted by GURU, Serotta and Titus along with head-to-toe riding gear from a number of companies. It also offers custom stroke analysis and riding clinics.
Marin Stables 139 Wood Ln, Fairfax, CA94930 Marin Stables is a non-profit run by Ann Brath and Ray Brown. It is operating under a 30-year lease from the Marin…More Municipal Water District. It preserves the historic stables, and maintains the Ethel Moore trails which provides access to 25,000 acres of natural open space. Riding lessons and educational programs for children and adults are provided.
KMC Farms 59 Baywood Canyon Rd, Fairfax, CA94930 Located at the Baywood Equestrian Center in Fairfax, Kara Mia and her team of 12 offer competitive hunter jumper…More training. They offer flat classes for beginners and hunter jumper for the advanced. The space also has horses for sale.
Baywood Equestrian Center 59 Baywood Canyon Rd, Fairfax, CA94930 Helle Eriksen is the director of Baywood Equestrian Center, which offers accommodations for horses and a variety of…More discipline's. Training including English and pleasure training, dressage and jumping. The center has an outdoor and indoor arena, spacious stalls and a tack and grain room, along with jumping and training areas.
Founded in 1850, San Domenico is a private school located on 500 acres at the end of Butterfield Road, in Sleepy…More Hollow. The school, founded by Catholic sisters, includes a co-ed preschool through 8th grade day-school program and a girls' boarding high school program. The campus, surrounded by lush hills and open space, is known particularly for its Music-Virtuoso Program and Riding School. International students come to attend the music program.</p>
<p>Tuition ranges from $9,975 for the half-day preschool program to $42,800 for the high school boarding program. Some financial assistance is provided, which students can apply for. There is an extensive application process and students can visit the campus before applying.</p>
<p>In addition to the schools' programs, the campus is also used for summer camps, horse riding classes at the riding school, and a number of community events. In 2008, the school unveiled an extensive solar system to help power the campus' energy use.</p>