Always August Farm sits on 23.6 acres on Habberton Rd, only 7 miles from downtown Fayetteville and the U of A.
Amenities include an 80' X 180' covered arena with lights, 160' X 70' outdoor sand ring, a four-acre field with jumps, large & small grass turnout paddocks, run-in shelters, three separate barns with thirteen stalls total, wash areas, & heated/cooled tack room. Owners, Christy and Evan Niehues, live on site.
We understand the importance of good footing and the space needed to keep horses in top-form and well conditioned for eventing! Boarders or haul-ins can enjoy the multiple arenas, grass jump field, and cross country course year round. We maintain a large field/track for conditioning sets.
We often have horses available for sale or for on-site lease. Learn more about our horses here.
About Christy Zweig Niehues Christy Zweig Niehues offers dressage and jumping lessons for all levels. She coaches regularly at USEA and USEF competitions across the U.S. Christy has been eventing and competing in the jumpers for over two decades. She has competed through the FEI 1*, USEA Preliminary Level, and has her Eventing Bronze Medal at the Training Level. She is currently in the process of obtaining her ICP - Novice level certification and recently was awarded the Cindy Burge grant by Area V. Growing up in Massachusetts, Christy had the opportunity to train with Carol Mayo (former Area I Young Riders Chief d’equipe), Ron Zohar, and Douglas Grindle. In 2009, she was the horseback riding director for the Girl Scouts of the Minnesota and Wisconsin River Valleys and was responsible for the care and feed of 23 camp horses and overall management of a lesson and trail riding program. Christy has worked with many off-the-track thoroughbreds directly off the track and specializes in starting horses over fences.