Liz Green
Corryton, Tennessee


Our farm is located on 140 acres of rolling hills, with a backdrop of the beautiful House Mountain. We have a 100'x200' sand jumping arena with lights, and a standard (large) crushed limestone dressage arena, as well as a grass stadium jumping area on the hilltop with schooling and permanent jumps. Our round pen is 15 meters w/solid sides, and easily accessible to the barn. We have miles of trails to meander, and many optional coops to jump along the way. All pastures jump in/jump out, too. One stream dissects the property and our 3 spring-fed ponds never dry up even in the worst drought condition. We also have a permanent automatic water trough available for the horses.

Security is tight on our farm due to our round the clock residents. Liz Green, owner/manager, lives on the premises and a separate apartment near our lower barn is inhabited as well.

Front Field Board $450/month
Horses are turned out in one of 2 large fields with run-in shelter, easily accessible to the barn. Includes daily observation of your horse, base grain and grass hay. Supplements and extra grain are provided by owners; we feed them for you.

In the case that your horse needs special care for injury or sickness, we are prepared with hospital stalls at $15-$25 per day depending on your horse’s needs, and limited paddock space at $12 per day.

No space available at this time for front field boarding. Please see pasture boarding below. Thanks!


Pasture Board (Self-care) $250/month
Our herd rotates among several large pastures to maintain the grass. In the winter we feed round bales to the herd on an as-needed basis; board does not go up in the winter to cover this cost. Pasture board includes weekly observation of your horse, though daily observation is available.

B-Plan $150/month
In conjunction with our riding club,
you may opt to allow use of your horse for lessons or Club members and get a reduction to your board. This option is available to horses living in our herd, though you may work out a unique situation with Liz if your horse lives in a stall.


arriers available as needed with notice. The rates vary depending on your needs. Our staff is available to catch and hold your horse for the farrier for a fee.

Vet Services


HMF utilizes Riverview Vet Service and Bridlewood Vet, however all owners may choose to use the vet of their choice. House Mountain Farm staff is available to catch and hold your horse for the vet for a fee.