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Heads Up !

Notes to Boarders & Lesson Riders

January 2023

  • Tricia has now left for Florida to coach and train in her Winter Florida Competitive Program and Naomi Dell has come in to coach all of Tricia's lessons on Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays.  If you are unsure of which lesson you are in, please contact Tricia via email.

  • As we come in and out of the lovely Polar Vortexes of winter, please make sure you blanket your horse accordingly for the weather.  Riders of lesson horses, if you are unsure of how to blanket your lesson horse accordingly, please consult with your instructor.

  • Indoor boarders can ride with little effect as their horses do not have to go back out into the extreme cold after work, however, outdoor board horses should likely not be worked on extremely cold days/nights so that they can focus on staying warm rather than going through extreme temperature changes.

  • DO NOT clip or reclip any horses during the extreme cold.

  • Remember, do not put blankets on a wet/damp horse and turn them out.  They need to be dry under their liners and blankets.

  • Remember, free rides can only take place in the arena when NO group lessons are going on.

  • Please ensure you are cleaning up after your horse in the arena and the alleys. 

  • Please keep a regular eye on your emails from us so you can have the most up-to-date news.  Questions?  Please contact us.

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