Why board at Seven Oaks Ranch?

Where you decide to board your horse is a very important decision. At Seven Oaks Ranch, we understand your horse is more like family and we pride ourselves to the wellness our boarded horses enjoy. Seven Oaks Ranch is diverse in it operation. Our facilities house dressage, hunter jumpers and western pleasure horses. Our facilities allow these different groups of horses and riders to enjoy their time with their horses. Seven Oaks Ranch is located in Southern Johnson County, giving you access to great trails and close to other area arenas if you are into competitions. 

Stop by and visit with us and our boarders, you will find at Seven Oaks “ There are no strangers, just friends you haven’t met yet”.


Where Did The Name Seven Oaks Came From?

Seven Oaks Ranch, currently located at 199th and Pflumm, started 30 years ago at 143rd and Nall.  It was on 60 acres that was owned by Robert Southerland. It had a nice barn with 25 stalls, a race track to ride on and some beautiful ground for trail riding.  There were seven large Pin Oak trees along the drive coming in. Seven Oaks Ranch named itself with a little help from Mike. There are still three trees left amidst many large homes which is now called Lion’s Gate.  In 1992 we were asked if we would like to take over a 40 acre piece of ground which had a 60 stall barn with an indoor arena, which we desperately wanted. We felt in this part of the country, an indoor arena was essential to the boarding business.
Mike, Jeff, Fred and Sally  moved in and began the work of adding 14 more stalls, several more pens, and acquired an additional 80 acres. In that time we have had the privilege of taking care of over 1000 horses. It is as close to heaven as we could ever get, thirty years later we still love it.
There is always work to be done at Seven Oaks Ranch, Mike and Jeff are always improving the Ranch for the safety and well-being of our horses.

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Seven Oaks Ranch Fun Fact

highest point in johnson county

Did you know that when you ride out into our pasture and stop at this tree, you are at the highest point in Johnson County?  Take a moment and look around once you get there, you can see for miles.

A little “Throwback Trivia”

sally dywer truman parade
This is Blacker Topper (Butch) and Sally Dwyer. They were in Washington DC waiting for the parade to start. She arode with the Jackson County Sheriff’s Posse.

Seven Oaks Ranch

seven oaks ranch

Seven Oaks Ranch is a 75 stall, 80 acre pasture, full service, premier equine boarding facility.  One of the top rated Equine facilities in Johnson County, Kansas.  We are located in Spring Hill, Kansas.


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Our Facilities

seven oaks ranch jumping

Seven Oaks Ranch provides 3 arenas for our boarders.  Our indoor  arena is  80′ x 180′ with a sprinkler system for dust control and a sand footing which is maintained daily.  Outdoors we have 2 separate arena’s, including one for jumping. Please visit our Facilities page for more information.

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