Why ride, board your horse or take lessons at Destiny Equestrian Center in Vermont?

As one of the top horse farms in Vermont, Destiny Morgan Farm has the facilities, lessons, and more you can visit and enjoy.

The Destiny Equestrian Center, located in Colchester, Vermont was established in 1994 as a Morgan horse training stable while Dawn was competing on the A circuit. In 2004, Dawn Severance made the decision to change the focus of her farm. Destiny is now a full-service horse farm providing horse boarding and lessons, with a wide variety of breeds and disciplines.

People of all type enjoy our family-friendly and supportive environment which provides horse lovers of all ages and abilities a great place to ride, take lessons, and socialize.

There are 34 spacious stalls and consistent turnout throughout the year.  Destiny Equestrian Center provides its horse boarders great options for their horses.

The farm has indoor and outdoor arenas, a large sand dressage arena, a stadium jumping field, and a variety of cross country fences. The lesson program focuses on building sound basics so the rider is able to pursue whatever discipline intrigues them. Outside instructors are welcome for a nominal ring fee.

Horse Stables in Vermont

Our 22,000 square foot equestrian complex features one of the largest indoor and spacious outdoor arenas in Vermont. And it is open for year-round riding. Enjoy full-service horse boarding and training with the convenience of this central location… just minutes from Burlington, VT.


Top Lesson Guides

Horse Riding in Vermont


Wide range of experience in multiple disciplines, there is no focus on any single discipline, but a desire to match riders with a style of riding that compliments their own personality, interests, and finances.  The main focus is developing students to be confident and successful riders.

Our Vermont Facilities

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Destiny Morgan Farm is a clean, friendly, and safe horse boarding facility that strives for excellence in horse care and gives opportunity for horse owners to build a better relationship with their horse of all types.

Vermont Horse Farm

Horse Boarding in Vermont


Our facilities accommodate people that want to board their horse in Vermont, use our riding arenas, and jumping field.

General FAQ’s

How many horse stables in Vermont do you have?

We have 34 horse stalls with night check and daily turnout on sandy soil.

Do you provide lessons for childern and adults in Vermont?

Yes, we have a wide range of lesson plans for both children and adults.

What size is your Vermont horse rising indoor rink?

180 x 70 Lighted Indoor Arena with sun lights from great lighting.