Carriage House Farm is owned and operated by Ann Bower Weber and John Weber.
We have owned this 26 acre farm since 1994. Our barn has 32 stalls and an 80x180 indoor in the heated insulated building. We provide pasture turn out as well as a small paddock option. One of the highlights of the facility is the many areas to ride with quality footing. Our indoor has a mix of rubber and sand and we have 3 outdoor rings; 2 with show quality sand over a packed base and a beautiful grass arena. Carriage House also has a cross country course with banks, ditch and water complex. With these amenities and the natural sandy footing, we are host to many clinics and horse shows throughout the year.
Ann received her veterinary degree from the University of Minnesota in 1992 and joined the staff at Stillwater Vet Clinic. Her involvement with horses began 40 years ago when she started taking English riding lessons. Over the years Ann has exercised race horses, played polo, showed dressage horses and hunters and jumpers before focusing primarily on eventing. Her husband, John Weber and their children Emelia, and Andrew, reside in Hugo where they operate Carriage House Farm. Ann feels her varied background experience helps her relate to her unique clients. She finds the performance horses from varying disciplines challenging and exciting. Ann enjoys interacting with people and their horses. John Weber spends his free time working on the farm and can be seen on one of his John Deere tractors cleaning, fixing and maintaining the property.