Here at our farm you will not only learn how to ride horses, you will learn how to handle them. There is more to riding then just saddle time. Earning respect from the ground is number one. All students learn how to properly care for, groom, tack and appropriately discipline horses. Riders will quickly build an unbreakable bond with their weekly mount and realize what an amazing sport this truly is!
All riders are required to wear boots/hard soled shoes and legging/jeans or riding breeches. All other equipment is provided for each rider. We have english and western saddles of all sizes as well as helmets. All helmets are sanitized between riders to ensure everything is kept clean. We want your experince at our farm to be pleasant and enjoyable!
Fill out the short contact form below and we will contact you within 48 hours to set up a meet and greet. Our meet and greet appointments are a great way to meet me, our horses and tour our facility. This gives both students/parents/kids to ask any questions beforehand. Hope to see you soon!
Cocoa is our old girl who loves to teach beginners and little ones how to ride. She is such a sweet girl with a lot of life left in her. She goes English or western and one hands like a charm. Cocoa is blind in one eye and has limited vision in the other but is super safe for kids. Great pony to start on and a total confidence builder! On site only
Buttercup is a complete gem, she is a big girl but is totally beginner safe. She LOVES kids and will tip toe around them. She is a kick ride and needs lots of leg in the arena. She really enjoys trail riding so if you want a nice horse who you can relax on, this is your girl! On site only
Jazz is a big guy standing at 17 hands. With his big stride he is guaranteed to catch the judges eye in any show pen. He is a very smart boy who is very in tune with his rider. A safe, yet challenging ride for a serious rider/competitor. On site only.