Established in 1969 and owned by the Young family for 30 years, Seven Springs is a 444 acre ranch that was once part of the historic W.E. Chapman land donation claim of 1886. The original pioneer home served as a stagecoach stop for travelers heading east. The ranch operates today as a natural beef producer and a year-round sport horse training facility and events center.
Seven Springs has a rich tradition of hosting premier events such as horse shows, dressage and combined training competitions, and most recently was the site for the western states regional championship for sheep herding dogs.
Nestled in the foothills of the Cascades, Seven Springs is located near Glide. Glide is known as the home of Colliding Rivers, where the North Umpqua and Little Rivers merge head-on—the only place in the world where this phenomenon can be observed.