Equestrian Communities

Boy with HorseSouthstar Communities recognizes that every family and homeowner has different desires for the lifestyles they choose to pursue. And this is precisely why we go to great lengths to offer so many unique and varied locations. If horseback riding is an interest of yours, discover what Southstar Communities can offer you.

Myron Martin, a Dallas socialite, first established her Double M Ranch as a respite from the city, a place where she could enjoy her horses in an untouched, natural ranch setting. Now established as The Bridges at Preston Crossings, this wonderful, elaborate equestrian facility features manicured horse trails, boarding facilities, and professionals on staff to tend to and care for your horses. The Bridges at Preston Crossings even offers lessons for all of our residents, for every age and riding ability.

King Oaks is a rare find. A planned equestrian community in Bryan College Station, Texas, King Oaks features pristine, untouched land on a 60-acre nature preserve. Having so much open land to work with at this location gave us plenty of acreage to build you a wonderland place where you can enjoy riding your horse in wide open spaces. If you love horseback riding, King Oaks is perfect for you.

Just an hour from Fort Worth, Texas in Weatherford, Bluegreen offers Quail Springs Ranch. Situated right in the middle of horse country, this property is so beautiful and so rare that we have already sold out of our homesites here. Even so, this wonderful community still offers horseback riding lessons, boarding, and land where you can run your horses. Of course we can’t predict when homes at this property may become available again, but we’d be happy to visit with you about your housing and boarding options. Please call us at 800-883-0418 or drop by.

Owning and caring for your own horses isn’t a hobby or a fad—it’s a lifestyle. Southstar Communities understands the tradeoffs inherent in embracing the equestrian spirit, which is why we build so many of our properties around horses. Raising horses requires lots of land and space. Each of our three unique locations in Texas is designed from the ground up to support your dedication to the equestrian lifestyle.