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 What Sets Us



Our #1 priority is the safety of everyone and every horse that walks through our "doors".  Horses are large domesticated wild animals with instincts.  While our horses are specifically selected, trained, and exercised for the role they fill, no horse is 100% "bombproof". Our safety procedures, as well as our compliance with PATH International's protocols, are implemented to create a safe and stress-free environment for our horses which provides a safe and fun environment for our guests. 

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Classical Horsemanship

 Our curriculum is based on the art of classical horsemanship -  riding for the well-being of the horse. Students learn balanced horseback riding and the biomechanics of the horse to improve the carrying capacity of our equines. Students progress through goals based on the "Principles of Riding" and the USDF tests.

Learn more about our instructors and their qualifications on our "Staff" page.

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Inclusion and Empathy

We believe in adapting to the needs of individual riders and foster a loving and supportive barn community as well as positive relationships with the community at large.  Founded on the desire for the differently-abled to be included in the "typical" community, we offer both able-bodied and therapeutic riding. Our riders support one another in horsemanship and friendship. 

We foster a community of empathy that begins with our instructors. We believe in competence and kindly guide each rider through their fears to discover the greatness within.

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