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I recently received a very nice appaloosa horse here for training that needed a refresher course on going forward.   He is a good mover, great conformation and really sweet disposition.  This big guy just didn’t want to go forward for his owner.  After working with him for a month and riding him nearly daily on trails [...]

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This is my quarter horse, Lakota. Not much to look at, but he is a very good trail horse. Not much in the arena, but then I rarely ride him in the arena. He is just a good dependable trail buddy. Goes through anything and over anything. Although, he is always hungry and does like [...]

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I finally made it.  It started one year ago this month.  I volunteered at a Therapuetic Riding Center in Concord, NC and become hooked.   After that 8 week volunteer stretch, I decided that I had found my niche in life.  I loved teaching riding anyway, but teaching people with disabilities was the most rewarding thing [...]

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Summer Equestrian Camps

Baymount Farm Summer Camp    Here it is.  What you have been waiting for all along.  My video on the summer camp for 2010.   Six glorious weeks of children learning to ride trail horses.   While I was not swamped with children, I did end up having the correct amount so that everyone had a good time [...]

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 I have been teaching people to ride horses for years.   But it has recently dawned on me that a perfect example of how to teach people to use the reins properly is to tell them not to shout at their horses.  You know how, when you use all caps in an email it is considered shouting [...]

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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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It has been such a long time since I have posted anything.  I have been super busy on the farm here working with my horses, etc.  But spring has sprung, summer is just around the corner and we are getting busier than ever here.  Thought I would write a few lines and let everyone know [...]

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I have finally decided to post on this blog about my own experience with my personal horse, Harmony’s Eclipse. It is just a continuation of what my mother posted before, but detailing what I’ve learned in this experience and what I’ve done. Eclipse was born here, on our farm, on April 17, 2001. She was [...]

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My Daughter and Eclipse

This post is dedicated to my daughter who has become a wonderful rider in the last year.  She has been riding her entire life, whether she remembers it or not.   That is,  I was riding while pregnant with her, maybe that is how she developed such a love of the sport.  She is now [...]

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