A Welcoming Place to Ride
Dressage, Jumping, & Cross-Country
Boarding & Training
All Ages & Abilities
Head Instructor Hollie McNeil
When? Lessons available six days a week, including evenings and early mornings.
Who? Our youngest riders are age six. Our olders are senior citizens.
Where? South Cambridge, NY. Convenient to Greenwich NY, Saratoga Springs NY, Bennington VT, Williamstown MA, Albany NY, etc.
The coldest weekend of the Autumn season is here and we have our Fall Dressage Show! Bundle up. Don’t worry though. The indoor arena is there for you, the snack bar will be serving piping hot drinks and food, and you might even find some warm goodies in our tag sale of horsey stuff. Here are your ride times:Fall Show Ride Times 2015
There are children’s and adult sizes available. Black and gray are usually our most popular color selections so that’s what most of our offerings are in, with the very bold exception of a very bright pink sports hoodie.
Orders due to us by October 24th. Please don’t miss the deadline if you’re looking for something. Items will be great gifts for the upcoming Holiday season.
Any questions- please email or give the barn a ring (518) 677-5148.
I suppose it sometimes sounds like we are teetering on the exaggerated side of things when we say we teach riders from age 6 to people in their 80′s but it really is true. The best evidence I can offer is this photo I took yesterday when 83 year old Betty was riding in the arena, and 6 year old Annamay came in for her lesson. This really is a sport with no age limit. Begin at an early age and ride for as long as you like. A true activity for all the ages. (And btw- that is Tonka in the picture. He is still carting little riders around the arena as he pushes past his mid 30′s.)
And a reminder to all that our Fall Dressage Show is just around the corner. Young and those just young at heart- join us on October 18th for our last outing of the year. Here’s our entry form. Fall Show 2015
Here’s the proper show form. Any other typos, please alert. Or snicker loudly enough that I hear you!
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