Since it's inception in 2008 RideFauquier, formally called Fauquier Equestrian Forum, has enjoyed great support from many of the county's leaders including the Department of Parks and Recreation, the Economic Development Department, as well as County Planners and Supervisors.
RideFauquier continues to work toward the creation of a county wide, comprehensive network of shared use trails that will connect many of the county's historic, recreational and natural resources. Fauquier County abounds with exceptionally beautiful landscapes and we are pairing with many energized individuals to provide a vast network of trails linking many of the county's special locations.
We are currently working to develop the Meetze Station equestrian facilities on the former Stafford property 8428 Meetze Road, Warrenton, VA 20187
RideFauquier is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization.
Board of Directors
President: Karen Corl - read bio
Vice President: Jinx Fox - read bio
Secretary: Mary Page - read bio
Treasurer: Jola Peil
Webmaster: Miranda Kettlewell - read bio
Natalie Ortberg: - read bio