18th Jun, 2017

Black Forest Equine Property at Flying Horse North

Black Forest Equine Property at Flying Horse North

Just south of Castle Rock, there lies a magical patch of forest land perfect for equestrian activities.  Black Forest, Colorado is replete with horse properties and neighborhoods zoned for horses.  Flying Horse North, an upcoming subdivision, is a golf course community offering equestrian amenities at Flying Horse Ranch.  In 2016, El Paso County approved the 1400-acre development located southwest of Hogden Road and Black Forest Road.

Flying Horse NorthFlying Horse North is served by the innovative, high-achieving Colorado Springs Academy 20 School District and Lewis Palmer School District 38.  It is approximately an hour south of the Denver International Airport and 35 minutes north of Colorado Springs Regional Airport.

Details – Flying Horse North

Lots in Flying Horse North range from 2.5 acres to 8 acres.  Development will proceed little by little for the next 15 years.  Plans include over 280 homes phased-in 10 or 20 a year.  Water will be provided by wells, sewer by individual on-site disposal systems.  Setbacks include front 30 feet, rear 35 feet and sides 10 feet minimum.

Landscapes will vary.  In the forested area, healthy trees will be preserved.  In the Prairie landscapes, native species and transplanted trees from the construction project will ensure consistency.


This is a great place for folks to enjoy golf and board out their horses closes by.  Many Black Forest residents participate in equine activities.  Flying Horse North is traversed by a popular equestrian trail with 25 foot easements.  In addition, numerous wildlife species traverse the community.  The neighborhood includes over 300 acres others of open space, 200 acres of golf course, 90 acres of parks, and 20 acres of detention ponds.

The community will include many facilities and structures associated with the golf course and area membership.  There will be a clubhouse, restrooms, shelters, maintenance building and facilities, golf carts storage, a driving range and practice areas, and hospitality facilities for members and guests.


Flying Horse North encompasses a portion of Shamrock Ranch.  Developed by Classic Homes, the community will be built south of High Forest Ranch.  In the 2000’s, Classic Homes built the highly successful Flying Horse Golf Community on Highway 83 in Colorado Springs.  (High Forest Ranch does allow horses, by the way, although it has no golf course.)  Stagecoach Road will eventually provide access from Highway 83.

Real Estate Agents – Equine Specialists

For more information about Black Forest equine property, please call Michael Paul, Realty Oasis at 303-814-9546.  Also, ask about Karen Paul with Boomerang Horse Training in Elizabeth, Colorado.

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