Arerial view of Fairbrook Farms

Located in the beautiful rolling hills of Fallbrook California, Fairbrook Farm possesses a history full of inspiration and a passion for the horse industry. Originally used as a training facility for racehorses, Fairbrook farm offers twenty-five acres of land for the horse enthusiast. The current accommodations include a five acre world class hunter/jumper derby field, a twenty horse adobe barn, twelve outside corrals, two large sand arenas, four grass turn-outs, a wash rack, hot walker, and a round pen.

Catering to any age group, and to any level of riding, lessons are completely tailored to you and your horse. We offer outstanding horsemanship guidance and provide detailed instruction and education to maintain a safe environment for our riders and horses. From getting acquainted to the equine industry, to maintaining your equestrian ambitions, Fairbrook Farm will ensure your success both in and outside of the arena.

Julie Zumstein

Julie a USHJA Certified Trainer, began riding when she was five years old. Filled with ambition and a love for horses, Julie rode with the U.S. Olympic Show Jumping Coach, George Morris, for the first time when she was eight years old. By the age of eleven, she was jumping over four foot. Throughout her teenage riding and showing career, Julie was taught invaluable skills by her mentors Dianne Grod, Jerry Baker, and Bertalan De Némethy. After deciding that she wanted to become even more involved within the equine industry, Julie began her search for a hunter jumper facility with the intention of sharing her knowledge through teaching riding lessons to others. When Fairbrook Farm was purchased, Julie rapidly began to invest all of her time and energy into producing a one of a kind equestrian location. Twenty-five years later, through teaching techniques and trainer reputation, Fairbrook Farm has now become, as George Morris puts it, “a world class hunter/ jumper facility”.

Taylor Zumstein

As a recent graduate of California State Polytechnic University, Pomona with a degree in Agribusiness Management, Taylor Zumstein has returned to Fairbrook Farm to assist in the overall management and lesson programs of the farm. As the daughter of Julie, Taylor was introduced to horses at a very young age. Growing up in the equine industry, Taylor was familiarized with many well-known trainers and was able to develop an early understanding of proper horsemanship. While in college, she was a national finalist at the 2011 Intercollegiate Horse Show Association competition held in Lexington, Kentucky. She also served as the team’s Hunt Seat Captain from 2012-2013.