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Crystal Creek Stables KY



About Crystal Creek Stables Ky:

“Welcome to Crystal Creek Stables KY” (formerly Don Harris Stables) from new owners Stephen Camarillo and Debra Phemester. 

Crystal Creek Stables was purchased by Stephen and Debra in early 2015. They both moved to Kentucky from California in the spring of 2015 to make Cox's Creek, Kentucky their new home. 

"We fell in love with American Saddlebred horses at the Kentucky State Fair-World's Champion Horse Show, and this beautiful property with its world class barn," said Camarillo and Phemester.

"With help from our dear friend and Business Advisor, retired legendary horse trainer Lee Shipman, we have invested in many improvements to ensure this world class barn will continue to provide you and your horses with all the comfort and convenience that only a well-designed facility like Crystal Creek Stables KY can offer." continued Camarillo and Phemester.

Crystal Creek Stables KY is one of the finest equine facilities in Kentucky with a total of 27,000 S/F and, it boasts the largest (heated) indoor arena in Kentucky. 

 

In addition, 49 large box stalls (tongue & groove wood) automatic watering system, overhead fans, 3-horse wash stall, shoeing area, lab room, show & working tack rooms, gorgeous lounge, pastures with run in sheds, paddocks for turnout, and so much more.

 

Whether you need short-term or long-term luxury horse boarding, or would like to lease the entire facility, we are here provide all the services you and your horses need.

 

Last but not least we have four yearlings, coming two-year olds, and one new foal on the ground by Kalarama’s Lady Bancroft, for your consideration. Visit our web site www.crystalcreekstablesky.com  for details or call Debra Phemester, Breeding Manager.502.348.7193. 

 

Crystal Creek Stables KY is open to the public for tours Monday to Saturday 10am to 4pm by appointment. Call Steve Camarillo or Debra Phemester to schedule a tour or for info @ 502.348.7193.  Or call Steve’s cell 916.895.1956. Or, call Elizabeth Wallen Marketing Director-Crystal Creek Stables @859.447.2414.

 

Please visit our new web site: www.CrystalCreekStablesKY.com. Look for regular updates & news! 

 

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