Peak Performance Dressage is located at the prestigious Flintridge Riding Club. Set amongst the rustic beauty of the foothills of La Canada, the Flintridge Riding Club boasts all the benefits of a full service, first class equestrian facility combined with the warmth of a family friendly social club.

Flintridge Riding Club
4625 Oak Grove Drive
La Cañada, CA 91011
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Flintridge Riding Club can be reached at
(818) 952-1233 or at

What's most impressive about the Flintridge Riding Club is the size of the facility for being so conveniently located to the local communities. One hundred eighty horses can be stabled in stalls and corrals, each receiving the excellent care for which the Club is known throughout the country. There are three jumping arenas, including the Jimmy A. Williams Oval with grandstand seating for six hundred. One of the two dressage areas is complete with a regulation ring and mirrors. The cross-country course is designed for Eventing, with natural timber obstacles, ponds and a galloping track. Members also have easy access to miles of riding trails which extend throughout neighboring cities and the nearby foothills.
Another unique aspect of Flintridge Riding Club is the Spanish Colonial Club House, famous for its oak shaded patio for lunches in the summer, and a cozy living room with a roaring fire place in the winter. Flintridge Riding Club has a small kitchen that is open six days a week to serve breakfast, lunch, and snacks for our members and their guests. The members, personnel, horses, and physical facility receive the attention and care necessary to make Flintridge Riding Club a first class equestrian establishment.

Flintridge Riding Club Benefits
•  Trainers for all ages and levels of Hunter/Jumper, Dressage,
    Eventing, Western Pleasure and Basic Horsemanship
•  Five riding rings, including the Jimmy Williams Oval with grand
    stand seating, and a dressage ring with mirrors
•  Cross country field with galloping track and trail obstacles
•  30 acres with oak trees, landscaped grounds, and rose gardens
•  Access to city and nearby foothill trails
•  Four recognized annual horse shows and frequent schooling
•  World-renowned visiting clinicians
•  Grooming, saddling, turnout and blanketing services
•  Six barns, covered corrals and turn-outs
•  Trailer parking
•  Ring lights for evening instruction
•  School horses
•  Veterinarians and farriers on call
•  Historic Clubhouse with fireplaces and patio
•  Locker rooms with showers, separate Junior's room
•  Breakfast and Lunch services with morning and afternoon
    snacks and drinks
•  Summer barbeques and year-round social activities