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Bill Schoeman Stables Announces New Barn Opening in Lexington, Georgia


Bill Schoeman proudly announces the opening of his new facility outside of historic Lexington, Georgia.  The 24-stall barn sits on 147 beautiful acres in Oglethorpe County.  The barn features 14 x 14 stalls, working aisle, round pen, farrier area, tack rooms, feed room, and office.  The barn will also include a client lounge and full kitchen.  The property contains an out door riding ring, ponds, riding trails and roads, and several pastures.  Schoeman and his family also have their home on the property.


Bill Schoeman Stables is a 30-minute drive from the east side of Athens, Georgia and 20 miles from I-20. This Saddlebred training/breeding facility is also a 30- minute drive from the Athens-Clarke County Airport, a one-hour drive from Augusta, Georgia, and a two-hour drive from Atlanta and Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. 


Schoeman is now accepting horses for training and showing.   For more information concerning training, showing, sales, or breeding please call Bill at (706) 743-7758 or (706) 614-1335.  Information concerning Bill Schoeman Stables may also be found at  


Please come and visit!  Guests are always welcome.  


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