This is the amazing herd of horses that the college currently owns. Every horse (or pony) has been donated to the college with the purpose of teaching the students a vast range of things from western pleasure to riding over fences to the precision of dressage. These horses are used for classes, riding lessons and summer camps and enthusiastically put their whole hearts into their jobs.
Amigo is learning how to be a lesson horse while he gets back into shape after a 3 year hiatus. Amigo is particular about his saddle fit, but happy to work when the right saddles are found. He has nice gaits for both English and western work.
E. T. is an FEI dressage schoolmaster, trained through Prix St. George and he is schooling Intermediate I. He's a real sweetheart and loves his work. He is a real joy to ride! He was donated by the editor of USDF Connections magazine, who won her USDF silver medal with him.
Elvis did the “A” hunter circuit, and come to us trained to Third Level dressage. He has smooth gaits, an impeccable eye for distances to jumps, and a lot of knowledge, which he graciously shares with students. He is kind and calm.
He is Elvis’s ¾ brother. He loves to pull you against his chest with his head and give you a hug when you go in his stall! He is kind, talented and has a great work ethic. He is especially good at teaching riders how to get and ride a super quality canter.