Approximately – 40 minutes west of Fort Worth, 20 minutes southwest of Weatherford, and 5.3 miles south of Brock in the Dennis Community.
The topography is rolling to sloping from north to south towards the Brazos river. The soils are sandy loam and excellent for coastal bermuda and grasses. The east side has more native tree cover, whereas the west side has more planted trees. 50% of the south is in zone “AE”, which is in the 100-year flood plain, yet very productive.
The Main breeding barn is all steel & concrete, 22,500 sq. ft., 38 stall stables building, with office, apartments, concrete alleyways, 4 rollup doors, wash and vet lab, etc. The 2nd barn is all steel metal framing, with 29,952 sq. ft., 48 stall stables/breeding building, an 1,850 sq. ft. 3-bedroom, 2-bath, stone home with a large covered porch and stone accents. A 9-foot deep, saltwater, swimming pool, a large flagstone deck, stone hot tub, and extensive large stone accents and landscaping. A 25,000 sq. ft. all steel, covered, open metal arena building. A 7,500 sq. ft. multi-use purpose stone building, a 1,176 sq. ft. bunk house building, a 576 sq. ft. hay barn building, six 32×32 covered loafing sheds, eight 16×32 covered loafing sheds, a 540 sq. ft. equipment building with covered awning, a covered and enclosed concrete round pen, an 80-foot covered and enclosed round pen with an exercise/walking wheel, extensive concrete, asphalt and paving, extensive 4-rail pipe fencing, one stone entrance with automatic gate, and two additional entrances. The subject property has also been extensively landscaped. In addition to the perimeter fencing, the 4-rail pipe fencing also traverses through the property to form fifteen enclosed sections or paddocks. The total length of the 4-rail pipe fencing is estimated to be 30,000 linear feet. In general, the subject property is well set up for a high-quality equine facility for breeding mares, standing studs, semen collection, fertility works, and USDA quarantinable for international semen shipping.
Brock ISD (K-12).
Deer and hogs.
Co-op water, three water wells, and 563 feet of Brazos River frontage.
Unknown; however, any owned will be conveyed.
This equine facility is highly impressive and beautiful. All numbers in this information are approximate.