Riding Lessons
Completely heated facility


Riding Instructions are in an enclosed pen
with 15 very well trained gentle horses.
Meet the

Lessons available from beginner to Congress level
western, English, showmanship, horsemanship
western riding, and trail courses.

On our horse or your own

Students are taught how a horse thinks, responds to commands,
 strength training, saddling and mounting and proper horse care

Heated barn
for students to get their horse ready
Heated viewing area, with bathroom
cocoa and popcorn will be available
during the winter months

Heated Indoor Arena
for winter months

Larger outdoor
arena for summer
Both have secure footing

Cost $30.00 per hour
Package of 4 prepaid lessons $100.00
must be used within 5 weeks

 4:00 and 5:00 Show Lessons
6:00 MSU Eq. Team lessons

 4:00 Show Lessons
5:00, 6:00, 7:00 beginner to advance lessons

4:00 Show Lesson
5:00  Adult riding Lesson
6:00 MSU Eq. Team Lessons

4:00 and 5:00 Show Lessons
6:00 MSU Eq. Lesson

10:00 and 11:00 Show Lesson
12:00 Speed Lesson
1:00, 2:00, 3:00, 4:00 beginner to advance lessons
4:30 to 5:30, 1st and 3rd Sun. of every Month, Little Cowhand Beginner  lessons, ages 4 to 6
4:40 to 5:30, 2nd and 4th Sun. of every Month, Little Cowhand Advanced lesson

We do have a beginner show program, you can use one of
our horses, let us know when you contact us if
this is something you are interested in.



Rider Release Forms

We offer 11 Levels of Achievement for the goal oriented rider.

Levels offered at the farm for lesson or camp students


1. Using one horse, completing a series of maneuvers at the walk,
    trot, and lope.
2. Acknowledge 18 horse parts.
3. Saddle horse.


1. Riding all 12 camp horses, completing series of maneuvers on each one.
2. Acknowledge 38 total horse parts.
3. Complete 4 horse care classes.
4. Trail ride as long as they are 7 years of age or older.


1. Training a camp horse to do a series of maneuvers.
2. Complete a total of 8 horse classes.
3. 2 weeks training different camp horses.

LEVEL 4 and 5

1. Advance Bareback Riding and or English level

LEVEL 6 and 7

1. Riding with no Bridle or show training.


1. Coaching


1. Running a business


At 14 you may be hired at the farm if you have completed 3 levels

Questions or comments can be directed to:

Sasha Glover  517-920-0136
Christie Showerman  517-881-9142



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