Billings Commercial Equestrian Facility

The Intermountain Equestrian Center (IEC) is a well-established and recognized commercial equestrian facility located just north of Billings, Montana. It has been serving the needs of horse owners for over 25 years under current ownership. Users include professional performance horse trainers, recreational users, horse lovers, and borders of all types. Additionally, colleges and non-profits such as Horses Spirits Healing – current user of IEC – attest to the complete sufficiency of the facilities for all types of users. As-is, the IEC is no more than half full, and current income generated from its various users sufficiently services the IEC’s operating expenses. However, there is plenty of opportunity for growth, especially since it’s only minutes from Billings – one of the fastest growing cities in the West. Furthermore, it has nearly 60 acres of deeded ground (comprising four individual and saleable tracts), and an additional benefit is the direct access to a 640-acre section of Montana State land for recreational use that includes riding and exercising horses. IEC has it all.

Key Features of the Equestrian Facility

iec 80x200 indoor arena exterior view 1

80’x200′ Stand Alone Indoor Arena

  • Existing tenants with good income, and potential for growth
  • Two large indoor riding arenas, one heated
  • One large outdoor riding arena
  • 80+ stalls in 5 barns
  • Office building with 2-bedroom apartment
  • Indoor and outdoor wash racks
  • Multiple tack, rooms, sheds, shops, etc.
  • Plenty of room for parking and storage
  • 11 round pens
  • Trail riding opportunities on adjacent public lands
  • Multiple outdoor horse pens with automatic waterers and loafing sheds
  • Over 40 acres of land are used as horse-safe pastures and turn-out pens – all with water and shelter
  • 2 interconnected working wells with RO Water system for much of the property
  • Future development potential on the vacant parcels
  • 10 minutes to Billings, MT

Location

IEC is conveniently located about 10 miles from the Billings-Logan International Airport on US Highway 3, or only about 15 minutes from the Hospital/Medical region and downtown. The west end of Billings is even closer and where most of the new growth is occurring, including a new Costco store, new schools, and medical facilities.

Improvement Description

Main Office and Apartment

iec main office building and 2 bed apartment

Main Office and 2 Bed Apartment

  • Year Built: 1979 and remodeled in 2000
  • 2-bed 1 bath apartment
  • 2nd-floor conference and meeting room
  • Main floor – Multiple individual offices

12 Stall Barn

  • Year Built: Early to mid 1990’s
  • 12 – 12’ x 12’ stalls with mats and lime rocks. (Two of the stalls have been combined to make a foaling stall.)
  • Concrete Alley
  • Insulated – redone in 2019 and ceiling fans were added
  • Built-in tack area and adjoining, but separate tack shed
  • RO Water

24 Stall Barn

Intermountain Equestrian Center 24 stall barn

24 Stall Barn

  • Year Built 2000
  • 24 – 12’ x 12’ individual stalls
  • Concrete Alley
  • Insulated – redone in 2019 and ceiling fans were added
  • Built-in tack area and adjoining, but separate tack shed
  • Water in barn

13 Stall Barn

  • Year Built 2010
  • 13, 12’ x 12’ individual stalls
  • Concrete Alley
  • Insulated
  • Built-in tack area
  • Wood floors in stalls with 4” of lime rock for a base
  • Water in barn

Stand Alone Indoor Arena

  • Year Built 2006
  • Steel Frame Construction
  • 80’ x 200’
  • Insulated
  • Viewing/Spectator Area

Main Barn and Indoor Arena

Intermountain Equestrian Center main barn 2

Main Barn and Indoor Arena

  • Year Built 1985
  • Steel Frame Construction
  • Main Barn Area
    • Heated Office and/or meeting area with kitchenette and bathroom
    • 21 stalls, plus tack rooms, mechanical, storage areas, vet, feed, and bathrooms
    • Wash rack & grooming stall
  • Attached Indoor Arena
    • 80’ x 150’
    • Heated and Insulated

Hay and Bedding Storage Shed

  • 80’ x 60’, plus an add-on, lean-to barn area
  • Clear span construction with 14’ trusses and open-sided on its east end
  • Year Built 1988
  • Attached 14 Stall Barn Area

Outdoor Arena

  • Pipe construction with treated plywood skirting
  • 150’ x 250’

Other Improvements

  • 2 high producing wells (Interconnected for backup protection)
  • RO Water Treatment system that serves the main barn, office/apartment, the 12-stall barn, and all the automatic waterers
  • Multiple turn-out pens, paddocks, round pens loafing sheds
  • Other accessory buildings

Broker’s Comments

We encourage anyone looking for a property with existing cash flow, growth potential, residential, and possibly other commercial development opportunities to look at the Intermountain Equestrian Center (IEC). The Billings, Montana area market appears to have an underserved market for equestrian facilities like IEC for private use, boarding, training, and other non-profits. IEC is a great buy and an even better investment.

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Billings Commercial Equestrian Facility

The Intermountain Equestrian Center (IEC) is a well-established and recognized commercial equestrian facility located just north of Billings, Montana. It has been serving the needs of horse owners for over 25 years under current ownership. Users include professional performance horse trainers, recreational users, horse lovers, and borders of all types. Additionally, colleges and non-profits such as Horses Spirits Healing – current user of IEC – attest to the complete sufficiency of the facilities for all types of users. As-is, the IEC is no more than half full, and current income generated from its various users sufficiently services the IEC’s operating expenses. However, there is plenty of opportunity for growth, especially since it’s only minutes from Billings – one of the fastest growing cities in the West. Furthermore, it has nearly 60 acres of deeded ground (comprising four individual and saleable tracts), and an additional benefit is the direct access to a 640-acre section of Montana State land for recreational use that includes riding and exercising horses. IEC has it all.

Key Features of the Equestrian Facility

iec 80x200 indoor arena exterior view 1

80’x200′ Stand Alone Indoor Arena

  • Existing tenants with good income, and potential for growth
  • Two large indoor riding arenas, one heated
  • One large outdoor riding arena
  • 80+ stalls in 5 barns
  • Office building with 2-bedroom apartment
  • Indoor and outdoor wash racks
  • Multiple tack, rooms, sheds, shops, etc.
  • Plenty of room for parking and storage
  • 11 round pens
  • Trail riding opportunities on adjacent public lands
  • Multiple outdoor horse pens with automatic waterers and loafing sheds
  • Over 40 acres of land are used as horse-safe pastures and turn-out pens – all with water and shelter
  • 2 interconnected working wells with RO Water system for much of the property
  • Future development potential on the vacant parcels
  • 10 minutes to Billings, MT

Location

IEC is conveniently located about 10 miles from the Billings-Logan International Airport on US Highway 3, or only about 15 minutes from the Hospital/Medical region and downtown. The west end of Billings is even closer and where most of the new growth is occurring, including a new Costco store, new schools, and medical facilities.

Improvement Description

Main Office and Apartment

iec main office building and 2 bed apartment

Main Office and 2 Bed Apartment

  • Year Built: 1979 and remodeled in 2000
  • 2-bed 1 bath apartment
  • 2nd-floor conference and meeting room
  • Main floor – Multiple individual offices

12 Stall Barn

  • Year Built: Early to mid 1990’s
  • 12 – 12’ x 12’ stalls with mats and lime rocks. (Two of the stalls have been combined to make a foaling stall.)
  • Concrete Alley
  • Insulated – redone in 2019 and ceiling fans were added
  • Built-in tack area and adjoining, but separate tack shed
  • RO Water

24 Stall Barn

Intermountain Equestrian Center 24 stall barn

24 Stall Barn

  • Year Built 2000
  • 24 – 12’ x 12’ individual stalls
  • Concrete Alley
  • Insulated – redone in 2019 and ceiling fans were added
  • Built-in tack area and adjoining, but separate tack shed
  • Water in barn

13 Stall Barn

  • Year Built 2010
  • 13, 12’ x 12’ individual stalls
  • Concrete Alley
  • Insulated
  • Built-in tack area
  • Wood floors in stalls with 4” of lime rock for a base
  • Water in barn

Stand Alone Indoor Arena

  • Year Built 2006
  • Steel Frame Construction
  • 80’ x 200’
  • Insulated
  • Viewing/Spectator Area

Main Barn and Indoor Arena

Intermountain Equestrian Center main barn 2

Main Barn and Indoor Arena

  • Year Built 1985
  • Steel Frame Construction
  • Main Barn Area
    • Heated Office and/or meeting area with kitchenette and bathroom
    • 21 stalls, plus tack rooms, mechanical, storage areas, vet, feed, and bathrooms
    • Wash rack & grooming stall
  • Attached Indoor Arena
    • 80’ x 150’
    • Heated and Insulated

Hay and Bedding Storage Shed

  • 80’ x 60’, plus an add-on, lean-to barn area
  • Clear span construction with 14’ trusses and open-sided on its east end
  • Year Built 1988
  • Attached 14 Stall Barn Area

Outdoor Arena

  • Pipe construction with treated plywood skirting
  • 150’ x 250’

Other Improvements

  • 2 high producing wells (Interconnected for backup protection)
  • RO Water Treatment system that serves the main barn, office/apartment, the 12-stall barn, and all the automatic waterers
  • Multiple turn-out pens, paddocks, round pens loafing sheds
  • Other accessory buildings

Broker’s Comments

We encourage anyone looking for a property with existing cash flow, growth potential, residential, and possibly other commercial development opportunities to look at the Intermountain Equestrian Center (IEC). The Billings, Montana area market appears to have an underserved market for equestrian facilities like IEC for private use, boarding, training, and other non-profits. IEC is a great buy and an even better investment.

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Broker Galen S. Chase with his horse Simon

Galen Chase

Broker · Chase Brothers, LLC Owner

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