Spacious 1 Bedroom in a 2 Bedroom Barn Apartment
- English, Spanish
About Clayton Bratcher
Black Prong was created in 2002 by the Aulsons who had a vision of creating a location in which horse lovers and horses could lodge and play together. In 2018, Reid Nagle purchased the property from the Aulsons who had decided they wanted to retire from the property. Black Prong Equestrian Village is a great experience.
Clayton Bratcher purchased this Barn in 2019
Why Clayton Bratcher chose Morriston
A unique 90-acre facility meticulously developed for the sport and art of all things equestrian, Black Prong is nestled in the heart of the 53,000-acre Goethe State Forest. Black Prong is also an internationally recognized facility to host horse and dog trials and other events such as weddings, company outings, family gatherings, birthdays, etc. Come experience the convenience and camaraderie of training and vacationing among champions! Our facility, as well as the adjacent Goethe State Forest, offer our guests an extensive trail system to enjoy a variety of recreational activities including seasonal hunting, fishing, bird and wildlife viewing, bicycling, hiking, horseback riding/driving, and picnicking. Explore at your own pace, or in the company of fellow enthusiasts - and discover for yourself why guests call Black Prong "A Horseman's Heaven".
Pet fee is $25 per night up to $100 per stay
100% refund for cancellations more than 14 days before check-in date. 50% refund for cancellations more than 7 days before check-in date.
The Goethe Trail System extends throughout the forest with access available at three separate trailheads. The forest is open during daylight hours for visitors to enjoy picnicking, hiking, bicycling, fishing, wildlife viewing, and horseback riding. All horseback riders must have proof of current negative Coggins Test results for their horses when on state lands.