We offer a variety of individual programs training programs as
outlined below: Full Training
Full training includes any combination of professional
rides/training sessions and/or lessons 5 days per week. On
scheduled work days, horses will be turned out, blanketed and
unblanketed, manes pulled, bridle paths and tails trimmed as
needed, and fed hay, supplements, and medications as needed.
Trainer will assist clients with appointments, including:
coordination/consultations with farrier, routine vet
appointments, saddle fitter, chiropractor, ordering/delivery of
hay, supplements, and other care products. Half
TrainingHalf Training includes any combination of
professional rides and/or lessons for a total of 8 schooling
sessions and/or lessons per month. Missed appointments are
not carried over from one month to the next. On scheduled work
days, horses will be horses will be turned out, blanketed and
unblanketed, groomed, and fed supplements and additional hay.
Horse Care PackageIn the event a horse has a
lameness issue and/or serious injury and is unable to be worked
regularly, clients will be offered specialized care packages
that can include any combination of services as needed
(including hand walks), and hay and supplements fed as needed .
Additional Horse Care Services•
Orchard or timothy hay fed twice daily• Packed
supplements and/or prepared medications fed as needed•
Blanketing/unblanketing in winter• Turn-out services.
• Full or trace body clips •
Routine trips to our specialist vet Dr Lenhert, at Apple Valley
Equine Hospital• Coordination with the farrier,
John Gorton, who comes every Thursday.• On-site
or at show appointments for saddle fit checks with professional
saddle fitter Terry Zambrana.
"A good rider rides from transition to transition, a
great rider rides from half-halt to half-halt."
"Dressage is the art of teaching the horse to carry you.
Riding is the art of learning to be a good load to carry."
"Success will only come to the dressage rider who wins
the friend ship of his four-legged partner and turns him
into an ally." -Podhajsky
"It is the difficult horses that have the most to give
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