Day of Horseplay
Does your child beg to spend more time at the barn and around the horses? Day of Horseplay was created with your child in mind. This educational program is great for all ages. Horseplay has been redesigned for children who have minimal knowledge or a broad range of equine knowledge. This weekly educational (no riding) horsemanship day is a great opportunity to introduce your child to horses or further their equine knowledge. Children are engrossed with all aspects of horses and care. A range of topics will be covered that are meant to instill confidence and skills to handle horses in many different situations from barn management to animal husbandry. This is a great chance for them to experience a slice of life on a horse farm. After all, there is so much more to great horsemanship than simply riding – and this is a great place for youngsters to learn about every aspect of the horse.
Thursday afternoons from 1:00-4:00 pm during the summer:
2017 Dates coming soon
All children ages 5 and up are welcome!
Cost: $25 for each class / Purchase 4 classes at once and receive the 5th class free / Do both Day of Horseplay and Horsing Around in the same day and receive a 20% discount ($10).
Synergy Equine Riding Club was designed specifically with my clients in mind. It is a great program for the rider that is looking for more instructed ride time along with the comradery and support of their fellow riders at Lakefield Farm.
Synergy’s riding club is for riders interested in training concepts to take their horse in all directions. This programs’ emphasis is on helping horse and rider have a trustworthy partnership. Classes work on groundwork and horsemanship skills both on and off the horse, using a systematic approach for both flatwork and jumping to develop skills that are applicable to a range of horses and specialties. The goal will be to develop skills that are applicable to a range of horses and specialties.
Synergy Equine Riding Club’s mission is to foster horsemanship, inspire harmony with the connection between the horse and rider, encourage leadership, and create community through equine education. Leanne teaches a balanced approach to riding that takes into account the whole horse. Learning to keep your horse balanced in body and mind forms the basis for riding and training with Synergy. The result is a horse-and-rider team that is in sync and in tune with one another, allowing them to meet their goals at any level of riding and competition.
To learn more and register-Leanne will be having a meeting in the lounge at Lakefield farm on Monday February 27th at 5.
For more information, contact Leanne Albers at Synergy Equine.