Frequently Asked Questions

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FAQ's

Here are some of the common questions asked about our clinics and training programs.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Do you take Stallions in training or in your clinics?
  2. How long of a training period do you suggest?
  3. How often will my horse be ridden?
  4. Who will be handling my horse while in training?
  5. What's included in the training fee?
  6. How old should my horse be for your clinics?
  7. How fit does my horse need to be to attend a clinic?

Do you take Stallions in training or in your clinics?

  • Sorry, Due to safety and liability issues we cannot take stallions in our activities.
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How long of a training period do you suggest?

  • When starting colts, I require the colt to be with me for a minimum of 30 days.The usual training period lasts 2-3 months. Returning horses can be booked on a weekly basis.
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How often will my horse be ridden?

  • Each horse is ridden 5 out of 7 days each week, with strategic rest days given depending on the horses development.
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Who will be handling my horse while in training?

  • I will be the only person caring for and riding your horse during it's stay.
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What's included in the training fee?

  • Your fees cover full board with the exception of special dietary suppliments or medications.
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How old should my horse be for your clinics?

  • Age and experience depends completely on the horse for either clinic. Please contact me and we can discuss your horse and see if its ready for the challange.
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How fit does my horse need to be to attend a clinic?

  • All the activities in both clinics are done at the walk and there appropriate breaks throughout the day for your horse and you.
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