Copper Light was created with the comfort and convenience of horse and rider in mind. From our oversized covered arena to the hurricane rated barns, the difference is in the details. Visit our idyllic twenty acre training center in Vero Beach to see the Copper Light difference.
Set on a beautiful twenty acres in pristine Vero Beach, Florida, we are fortunate to call this little slice of heaven home. Just off highway 95 yet away from the fray, we are within three hours from all the major Florida showgrounds making for excellent opportunities to shine in the show ring without the stress of long travel.
Copper Light boasts a 210×80 lit covered arena plus a 240×130 all-weather outdoor arena with a ringside covered and lighted porch and bleachers. In addition to the best arenas ever, we have an eight horse automated Preifert Walker, RV hookups, bridle path, guest accommodations, and hurricane rated and fireproof barns and so much more.
Set on a quiet street among peaceful neighboring farms and estates, you’ll find tranquility and grace in every corner of the farm. We invite you to enjoy a cup of coffee from the lounge while as our resident Sandhill Cranes make their morning rounds or take in the serenity of our content horses in their fields. Every moment here is a gift.
As a former team roping facility, extensive modifications were made to Copper Light for our dressage and hunter/jumper riders. Improvements include upgraded footing to our fabulous oversized arena and the additions of individual paddocks, wash racks, a round pen, bridle path, dressage arenas, stall fans, surveillance, fly spray system and so much more.
In 2020 we added an additional eighteen stall barn, the covered arena, acres of paddocks, additional parking, an oversized warehouse, hay barn, and miles of roads and trails. Phew!
Copper Light would not have been possible without the support of family. Lindsey’s parents, Dan and Judy Auclair, may not always have envisioned the same path she did, but they continually supported her through this endeavor and it is with extreme gratitude that the farm is named for them.