In addition to the tackroom we have a feed room and a storage room. My dad recently renovated the feed room so we have more cupboards and counter space. It is a narrow so space is a premium. We lost some room when the appy came over.
Outside we have two huge fields probably about 3 acres each. Then we have two areas we use as sacrifice or fat pens during the summer. They are mud slicks right now :( In the big sacrifice area there is an "L" shaped run in which connects to the other barn on the property.
In the smaller area there is a typical run in.
We are able to rotate which field the boys get and which the girls get. There is one really small area that we used when Winston could not go out on grass at all. It connects to the barn giving him some outside time.Gates allow us to play with access.
Our riding area is an open field we keep mowed. We picked out a spot a little higher so the rain drains off. Over the years we have mapped a dressage, small and full, out in the grass. We used to mow the edges, but recently have gone to letting the grass get long to create a natural edge. It works because when we drive we can still go through the ring with the cart. The edge is enough of a visual aid that the horses respect it. We have room outside the dressage area to set up jumps or poles. Having room to move made all the difference in not only my riding,but my horses movement too. Sometimes rings can be so confining.
In addition to the field we ride in there is also two ponds and farmers fields we can ride around. That is one of my favorite aspects of this property.