Turning Point Ranch
Turning Point Ranch - TCU Equestrian's New Facility
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The TCU equestrian program competes at Turning Point Ranch, which is a 30-acre farm located in Springtown, Texas.
"I'm so grateful that TCU has provided the equestrian program with a home of our own," said Hunt Seat head coach Logan Fiorentino. "With a new facility, the team will be able to train more frequently. We will be able to grow and develop our athletes, horses and our program into a perennial National Championship contender. I am so appreciative of the support that TCU has shown the equestrian team over the years."
The facility, which houses only the Horned Frog equestrian program and is managed by Chuck Briggs of Turning Point Ranch, LLC, features two barns with a total of 36 stalls, two covered arenas, two outdoor arenas, a team clubhouse and plenty of turnout and pasture space.
"We are extremely excited about our new facility," said Western head coach Kindel Huffman. "The farm is beautiful, the horses will be taken care of extremely well and it will allow us to continue to grow our program. It has been a great move for our team and we are very excited."
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