About Legacy Saddlebreds LLC
Browse the following section to learn more about our 50 acre property:
- Show Barn with 42 Stalls, Heated Stall Area, Outdoor Riding Arena, Outdoor Roundpen, Heated Indoor Riding Arena, and Climate Controlled Lounge with Viewing Window, Sound System, and Video Coverage of the Arena.
- Lesson Barn with 14 Stalls, Heated Stall Area, Heated Indoor Riding Arena, Indoor Roundpen, and Climate-Controlled Lounge with Viewing Window, Sound System, and Video Coverage of the Arena.
- 6 Pastures.
Legacy Saddlebreds, LLC has been operating in Winston-Salem since 2014. The facilities include an updated show barn, riding academy and more on our 50 acre property. With over fifty climate controlled stalls and five arenas both indoor and outdoor, raised viewing areas, you won’t miss any action on account of the elements. With our family-oriented horse park atmosphere, you will always feel involved.
Legacy Saddlebreds, LLC started in 2014 with a new facility, which was to feature the latest technology on the market. Now, riders gain complete access to the most advanced riding opportunities throughout the region.
Located at 4151 Thomasville Road in Winston-Salem, Legacy Saddlebreds is conveniently situated near I-40, with easy access to High Point, Kernersville, and Greensboro.
In addition to continuing the training of American Saddlebred Show Horses, Legacy Saddlebreds also features an excellent riding academy, which began operation in the fall of 2014. We offer horse riding camps for all ages. From beginners to experts, we have horse riding lessons available for everyone.
If you would like to know more about our horse stables or riding lessons give us a call today!
Our Trainers and Instructors
Our staff is comprised of a wonderful group of Equine Professionals who have a passion for the Saddle Seat Industry and sharing their knowledge with students of all ages.
Nicolette is a riding instructor at Legacy Saddlebreds. With a BS in Education from Appalachian State University, she is also a teacher for the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County School System. She has been riding and showing American Saddlebreds since she was 5 years old, and has been teaching riding lessons for 10 years. When not teaching at school or at the barn, Nicolette enjoys spending time with her family at their farm. She also loves spending time outdoors with her husband, Seth and their dog, Rudy.
Mallory DeVoll had a childhood filled with everything horses, from mucking stalls to showing at the highest levels. After graduating from the top Equine program in the country at William Woods University, she knew she wanted to share these beautiful animals with others. She has a great deal of experience with teaching all levels of rider from beginner to advanced, and all ages from toddlers to adults. She herself has had many great successes in the show arena and is ready to share her knowledge with other riders and watch them succeed.