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This program provides for children (5+) and adults with physical, mental and emotional disabilities. The lesson time is divided to include grooming and tacking, basic riding and sensory activities
These sessions were created for children and adults who struggle with physical, mental, sensory or emotional disabilities. This program allows students the opportunity to experience control of a horse while sitting in a cart.
This is a jump start program for children 5 and under. The riding sessions focus on improving brain developmental, sensory stimulation and motor skills. These sessions help children with developmental delays as well as children who want to get a head start.
These lessons are recreational riding sessions for ages 65+ to improve balance, coordination, memory, daily life skills, overall mood and more.
Group Beginner Riding Lesson
These lessons are limited to students with experience in the program and can be approved by the trainer. They focus on teaching multiple beginner riders basic horse knowledge and riding skills mainly at the walk and trot.
Group Intermediate Riding Lesson
These lessons are limited to students with experience in the program and can be approved by the trainer. They focus on teaching multiple riders basic horse knowledge and riding skills at the walk, jog and lope.
Western Riding Lessons
These lessons are open to any age student and focus on teaching beginner riders basic to intermediate horse knowledge and riding skills.
Drill Team Lesson
Drill team is a group of horses and riders performing synchronized maneuvers to music. The teams are intended to entertain, show sportsmanship, horsemanship, teamwork and dedication.
Animal Assisted Psychotherapy
This program integrates traditional mental health counseling and animal interactions to facilitate therapeutic experiences and allow clients to learn with and from their animal partners what a healthy and happy life can look like.
To learn more about our animal assisted psychotherapy services,
Wellness Riding Lessons
Have you been playing with the thought of getting back in the saddle again but find yourself feeling too anxious about it? Or have you been riding for a while but find yourself "stuck" in a cycle of stress, anxiety and frustration that keeps your human-horse partnership from progressing? Instead of just focusing on your riding skills, our wellness riding lessons focus on supporting the human in the horse-human partnership by developing a healthy relationship with yourself and your horse through developing self-awareness and incorporating stress-management skills in the riding instruction.
Vaulting is a combination of gymnastics and dance on horseback. This sport improves riders seat, rhythm, balance, coordination, horsemanship skills and overall confidence.
Rider's Core is a pilates and barre based workout with a certified group fitness instructor. This fun, outdoor, music-filled workout focuses to promote balance and conditioning for riding and life. For ages 10 and up.
Field trips are a great way for groups to bond in the outdoors while learning about horses and how we can use animals to bring healing to people. Children of all ages will get a hands on tour through our Dr. Seuss sensory trail and miniature barn, as well as get to meet our program horses. Field trips are catered to each school's needs and budgets.
Please contact us for more information on scheduling your first trip.
Master's Touch Level 1 Certification
This is an 8 week course for school groups, Boy Scouts and more to earn their first degree horsemanship badge. During the 8 weeks, you will learn mounted and unmounted horsemanship skills, including everything from learning how to walk and trot under saddle independently, to learning how we care for a horse and the many factors that play into that. For more information and pricing, please contact us. Courses can be built and modified to the needs of your group
Honey I Shrunk the Farm
Join us for a meet n greet with the Master’s minis! You’ll have the opportunity to interact with a horse, donkey, goat, rabbit and puppy. After your encounter, you’re welcome to enjoy the facility for a picnic, walk through the garden or hike the trails.
New Client Orientation
Learn about the services you're interested in, create a schedule for your lessons, and fill out important paperwork.