Broken Saddle Riding Company Incorporated

Cerrillos, New Mexico
(505) 424-7774

 

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Directions

The Broken Saddle Riding Company is located in the Village of Cerrillos off Highway 14, also known as the Turquoise Trail.
**For GPS use our physical address: 26 County Road 59A, Cerrillos, NM 87010**

When riding with us, allow time to visit the Village of Cerrillos (Young Guns 1986) and town of Madrid (Wild Hogs 2008).


Directions to Broken Saddle are provided below, from Santa Fe and from Albuquerque.

From Santa Fe:

  • From Exit 278A at I-25 take Highway 14 south sixteen miles.
  • Turn right into the "Cerrillos Historic District."
  • At the first intersection turn right, cross the railroad tracks and continue for a quarter of a mile.
  • Take the right fork in the road then turn left immediately into a gravel parking area in front of the Broken Saddle corral.

Allow 30 to 40 minutes travel time from downtown Santa Fe.

From Albuquerque (Scenic Route):

  • From the intersection of I-25 and I-40 take I-40 east out of Albuquerque.
  • Take exit 175 (Tijeras/Cedar Crest) to Route 14 north (aka the Turquoise Trail).
  • Follow Route 14 north through the towns of Cedar Crest, Golden and Madrid. The Cerrillos turn-off is 37 miles north from I-40.
  • About 2.5 to 3 miles past Madrid you will see a sign for "Cerrillos". Turn left into Cerrillos.
  • At the first intersection turn right, cross the railroad tracks and continue for a quarter of a mile.
  • Take the right fork in the road to the Broken Saddle entrance.

From Albuquerque (via I-25):

  • Take I-25 north out of Albuquerque.
  • Take exit 271 (La Cienega).
  • Turn right from the exit and take Frontage Road south to County Road 45.
  • Turn left onto County Road 45 and take it to Highway 14.
  • Turn right (south) onto Highway 14 and take Highway 14 for approximately 6 miles.
  • Turn right into the "Cerrillos Historic District."
  • At the first intersection turn right, cross the railroad tracks and continue for a quarter of a mile.
  • Take the right fork in the road to the Broken Saddle entrance.

Allow 60 minutes travel time from downtown Albuquerque.