We offer lessons to the rider looking to get on a horse for the first time, all the way to those seeking to hone their skills for the "A" circuit show ring in hunters or jumpers. Lessons are tailored to the skill level of the rider and horse.
You can bring your own horse (no trailer-in fee) or ride one of our school horses (no extra charge).
$550 for a package of 10 lessons
From time to time we have lesson horses for lease. A half lease is available for $350/month.
"We learn; we teach. We continue learning; we continue to teach what we learn."
Owner, Head Trainer & Instructor
2015 marked Helen's 50th year showing in Colorado. Helen has an eye for the simple solutions to horse and rider problems and is often consulted by other professionals, drawing from her experience in Grand Prix and Puissance jumpers. She is highly respected by the national and local trainers she has coached and mentored. Helen teaches our intermediate and advanced riders, and also loves working with young horses and their riders, developing each to their potential.
Rebecca has proven herself a skilled and capable rider and instructor, who teaches our new and intermediate riders the essential foundational lessons of riding. Rebecca is quick to give encouragement while maintaining high expectations. She enjoys sharing her love for riding with new riders of all ages. You'll see her at the farm riding, teaching, giving love and care to our lesson horses, and working hard to give every one of her students the same solid start she received from Tommy & Debbie McIntyre. This solid start gives her students the confidence and abilities to progress to advanced skills and abilities.
USDF Silver Medal
USDF Bronze Medal
Liz began to teach in her teenage years in Canada, and in 2001 graduated Cum Laude from the Equine Science program at Colorado State University. While most of her life she has ridden hunters and jumpers, she has recently had the opportunity to develop her skills in dressage, earning her USDF Bronze Medal in the fall of 2017 and USDF Silver Medal in the spring of 2018.
Her passion lies in developing the horses themselves, and in teaching riders the feel and detail of the horse/rider relationship. Liz works with hunters and jumpers, preparing horses for their careers in either the CHJA or "A" circuits, and continues to train for the FEI dressage levels.