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Learning the Obstacles This is my quarter horse, Lakota.  He is lazy, over weight and motivated to eat as much and as often as he can, but he is a great trail horse.   Nothing phases him on the trail, except cows.  He could never make it as a cow horse.  He has learned to go [...]

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I love to go trail riding.  Sometimes I get a little bored on the trail just walking along waiting for the next great place to trot or canter.  Last year I joined ACTHA.   That was a lot of fun and a great place to start learning to accomodate obstacles on the trial and have fun.  [...]

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This was a very special time with a very special horse for a very special little girl.  Baymount Farm hosted a camp and one of the most favorite things to do during the day was to paint the horses!  The kids loved it.  Hands on experience with horses gives children something they can take with [...]

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Taking riding lessons to become a better rider for you, your horse and your riding buddies.

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Barn Time Click on the enclosed file above and read a very special paper written by a young lady who came to me to improve her riding.  She had been taking group lessons at a neighboring barn, but felt individual lessons would benefit her best.  She has been with me for several months now and [...]

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My summer riding camp was very successful and I think the kiddos had a great time, as did the adults and staff that helped out.  Therefore, I am holding a camp the week after Christmas for students and potential students of Baymount Farm.  Half a day for four days, Monday thru Thursday.  I am sure [...]

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Baymount Farm has been around since 1994.  I first moved here from south of Charlotte in 1992, lived in an apartment in Statesville, NC until the house was built on our 30 acres here on the north east corner of I77 & I40.  We are easy to find and very private as our facility is [...]

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We have been working hard to offer the public an opportunity to stretch their equestrian opportunities in an affordable and convenient way during these tough economic times.  We have been training horses for a flat monthly fee including board and lessons to the owner, plus providing riding lessons for all ages, and summer camps for children below [...]

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I am running an equestrian summer camp this year of 2010.  So far everyone seems to be having a lot of fun.  This isn’t a large camp or a training camp for competitve equestrians, but simply a fun camp for kids 6 – 14  who want to learn to ride and have fun with horses.  [...]

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There are a lot of clinics a horseman can choose from to further their education.   I have attended a few myself and really enjoy them.  All of these clinics have been organized so you can pick and choose your subject matter and most you can bring your own horse.   I usually end up buying their [...]

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