Our History

If these walls could talk……

The historic Seven Oaks Farm is, and has been, a renowned American Saddlebred stable for over 75 years. It is rumored that, in our halls, the legendary Saddlebred horse trainer Tom Moore started the United Professional Horseman’s Association. Seven Oaks Farm has a rich history in the breeding and training of American Saddlebreds, which is carried on today by a new generation.

This premier farm has been home to, and represented, many world, and national champions for the greater part of a century. Proud owner Deborah Jahn is pleased to have a public training facility and offer horses for sale, saddleseat riding lessons, a breeding operation, and a perfect setting for experiencing the thrill and majesty of the Saddlebred breed.

Seven Oaks Farm is located 36 miles west of Chicago in quaint St. Charles, Illinois, at the intersection of Randall and Red Gate Roads. The facility is situated on 27 idyllic acres; boasts two large, heated, indoor arena, as well as an expansive outdoor ring that encircles the farm’s namesake seven oaks.

Learn more about owner Deborah Jahn