ROEBKE'S RUN ARENAS
Eventing riders are always complimenting the well-manicured, stadium jumping arena designed for every level of competition. A well-coordinated staff keeps the riders competing at an uninterrupted flow.
Roebke's Run has multiple dressage rings, one of which is a grass ring. These are located in close proximity to the stables.
Buildings at Schweiss Stables
The clock tower stabling barn has 230 easily accessible 12'x12' stalls. A large paving stone wash bay for horses is close by.
The eventing office, sound room and restaurant are located at the stadium arena public viewing area. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served each day and the Saturday night meal is something riders and others rave about.
Decorative bridge connects Eventers to the stables, dressage rings, office, restaurant and stadium jumping arena.
A team of stadium judges and announcer work from a comfortable stand that offers an unencumbered view of the arena.
The Cross-Country Coordinator and Announcer have a great view of the cross-country course and starting gate.
Wash Bay at Schweiss Stables
Roebke's Run Stadium Jump Course
Roebke's Run Stadium Jump course has decorative jumps, a large comfortable seating area next to the restaurant and additional bleachers to hold even the largest crowds. A jump warm-up area prior to competition is located next to where riders enter and exit.
One of the best parts of the day for stadium jump course competitors is the award ceremonies where they receive ribbons, cash and gifts for their accomplishments. Many of the top riders are interviewed and their stories placed on the Schweiss Stables website and appear in Eventing Nation.
Roebke's Run Cross Country Course
Roebke's Run Cross Country courses provide three professionally designed water complexes.
Roebke's Run Horse Trial personnel and riders at all levels of competition always put on a great show and draw riders from throughout the U.S. and some abroad taking part on a well-groomed dynamic cross-country course, designed by Capt. Mark Phillips. Riders who return here year after year are always delighted with the changes and improvements to the challenging course - the best the Midwest has to offer. Riders also come to Roebke's Run to participate and hone their Eventing skills during professionally mentored clinics at various times during the year.
Experience a challenging equestrian course with all the beauty the Midwest has to offer