$550 per month — Starting young horses under saddle for any discipline to be confident, capable individuals starts with our time-tested, show ring proven methodology. Young horses are taught through a consistent foundation that employs ground work to learn tying, long lining and gymnastic / suppling exercises. Off-property work and/or trail riding and cross training methods are used. Days per week can vary, but are typically 5 days a week, with some sessions (riding out, for example) lasting longer. It is recommended that clients commit to 60 - 90 days to see the best results, however, we do what’s best for the horse’s future and longevity.
$250 per month — Includes 3-5 sessions per week, depending on the youngster’s abilities and well being. Basic imprinting, leading, grooming, clipping, tying and handling to expose a baby to the daily routines of the show horse and to learn the foundation of giving to pressure and working with a relaxed body and mind.
Private: $65 per lesson/$245 package — Private lessons are one hour in length and are one-on-one. A prepaid package of four one hour private lessons is discounted when paid in bulk and ahead of time.
Private 30 min: $55/$205 — The thirty minute option is excellent for intense focus, lunge line, for siblings or our younger riders. A prepaid package of four is also available.
Group: $50/$185 — Group lessons run an hour and are for two or more riders. Best suited for the more experienced rider that is self sufficient and will benefit from group work.
Over $10k: 20% commission or finder’s fee — Includes basic advertising, showing to prospective buyers and sales preparation - photos, listing on free websites. Any additional design services are billed in addition at an agreed upon rate. Payment due at sale.
Under $10k: 15% commission or finder’s fee— Includes basic searches for prospects. Travel, time to try or evaluate horses and any additional services are billed separately. Upon purchase or lease , finder’s fee is due.
Full Training: $450 per month — Full training includes five days a week of work and one private lesson each week. This is a good fit for the show horse, a complete focus and development of the horse to obtain training goals.
Conditioning: $350 per month — Conditioning includes three days a week of work and two lessons per month. A great option for the seasoned show horse that needs light maintenance, an abbreviated version of sales prep, tune ups and for the more hands-on owner that wants minimal professional intervention.
Online training + evaluation: $35/video — You can send video of yourself riding or your horse for evaluation.
Online training + evaluation package of four: $115— A prepaid package for for remote/video lessons or evaluations.
Mobile Training: $45 per hour + expenses — Limited mobile services are available and can be discounted depending on travel expenses or multiple clients serviced in the same location. Rates start at $45/ride plus mileage (billed at $0.65/mi).
Mobile Assessment: $125 per session— When a full assessment of a horse is required, we will travel to you and work with the owner to ride, assess and strategize a plan for training.
$150 per month min, customized plans available — For the athlete that needs a rehab month or specialized after care. A minimum of two days of attention a week starts at $150/month, with options for light work on the lunge line, hot walker, swimming sessions or hand walking and wound care.
Rate Varies — Daily show coaching or attendance of schooling, local, rated, regional and national level shows available.
$375-800 per month/ $12.5 - $26.5 per day — Rates depend on services required. Horses in training or conditioning are best suited for stall board. Shared pasture rates are available and can be billed on a daily or monthly plan.
Overnight Board: $40 per day — Includes shavings and stall cleaning. Owners provide hay and grain, or can be billed in addition for hay and grain on site.
$1.50 - 2.50 per mile — Transportation can be arranged for all types of needs- locally to nationally. Horses in training traveling to shows, sales horses, and regular transport to vet clinics for rehab clients. Rates may vary according to current fuel cost and number of horses in trailer.