Stableside’s History

Stableside rests on the home of one of the great horse farms of the Houston area, King Arabian Horse Farm, spanning 704 acres throughout the Katy prairie. The farm owner was entrepreneur, W.K. “Buck” King. Born in 1923 in Houston, Buck went to Lamar High School and Rice University before fighting in WWII. Buck founded King Arabian Horse Farm which became a breeder for Arabian show horses in the 1980s.

As the Katy area grew and Buck aged, he sold parts of the farm and settled into retirement on the last remaining parts of the horse farm along Greenbusch at Gaston Road. Falcon Landing Boulevard came soon after, which made his last 34 acres perfect to pass on to a new legacy serving the community. Though the farm and stables no longer stand, Stableside has risen to be a community gathering point for food, fun, and daily essentials.

Stableside is a gathering place inspired by the families that surround it.

Carefully selected restaurants, first-to-market retailers, and innovative local businesses converge in a place that feels welcoming, safe, and fun! From shopping and exercising to eating out and enjoying quality time, there is something for everyone at Stableside.

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Stableside is in the heart of the booming communities of Cinco Ranch, Katy, and Fulshear in Fort Bend County, Texas. The center’s grocery and fitness anchor attracts shoppers from the numerous high-income neighborhoods that are easily accessed by Gaston Road, Greenbusch Road, and Falcon Landing Boulevard.

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