*We would love to congratulate*

Sunny Sneed, 2016 made the RPI Equestrian Team (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute) in Troy, N.Y.


Avery Fletcher, 2017 made the Varsity Equestrian Team at West Texas A & M, Canyon, Texas

*We are proud of you!*


We always enjoy and welcome riders of all ages and abilities. We offer English horseback riding lessons for equestrians of all ages and skill levels. Our services include group and private lessons, Kids Summer Camp Programs, Individual lessons, Birthday Parties and more! Glenn and Phoebe Johnson lead a team of instructors, who have been teaching for more than twenty-five years. Switch Willo Stables has produced many award winners at the local, state, and national levels. The stylistic principles of English riding are followed with a special focus on hunter-jumper techniques.




Stables with Tradition


Facilities include 50 stalls on 23 beautifully landscaped acres in the heart of Northwest Austin. With two lighted arenas, a large jumper ring, hunt course, wash racks, and individual tack lockers, Switch Willo Stables is the premiere equestrian facility in Austin. Care takers live on the property for 24 hour, 7 days a week supervision.

Horses are given daily turnout in tree shaded paddocks. Turnout for horses is included in the regular boarding program. Each horse receives high quality feed and hay, as required for the specific horse’s needs, as well as clean water on a daily basis. A daily wormer integrated into the feed program is the preferred method of pest control. Most stalls are along an outside wall with a window that can be opened for fresh air during the warm-weather months. Tack rooms with secure lockers are provided for each boarder.



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Switch Willo’s Camp Program is a great way to get your child involved in horseback riding lessons. We offer a Summer Camp, Spring Break Camp and Winter Break Camp for kids of all ages and skill levels. See below for detailed information.

** Please note that all camp applications must be submitted no later than 2 weeks prior to starting the selected camp session. It is also a state requirement that parents submit copies of their child’s vaccination records with their camp application. Please have all documents ready. **

Switch Willo Stables was rated in the top 18 best horse boarders in Austin. We scored horse boarders on more than 25 variables across five categories, and analysed the results to give you a hand-picked list of the best horse boarders in Austin, TX.

For more information contact:

Lauren Curb

Camp Director


Glenn Johnson


Glenn Johnson began his career at Switch Willo Stables in 1968. Among the many highlights of his career are having been written up in Sports Illustrated for his numerous wins aboard Cricket in Puissance (High Jump).



Glenn and Phoebe Johnson are the resident experts, responsible for turning out consistently well-prepared and successful riders. Both have lead a team of instructors, who have up to 25 years of experience each and have produced many award winners at the local, state, and national levels. 

Switch Willo is proud to be the home of numerous year end award winners at the local, state, and national level. 



Phoebe Johnson


Phoebe Johnson among the many highlights of her career, she won numerous championships and year end awards statewide during her years of riding competitively and was rewarded by being an alternate for the United States Equestrian team in 1969. 

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