<——-I mean this Sirius Black! This is our new potential lesson horse! He is an 8 year old Registered Appaloosa who has spent his life as an amateur adult’s baby. He has some very good breeding and training in on him and he is very excited and eager to learn his new career!
The cool thing about some registered breeds you get to track down BABY PICTURES!!———–>
Isn’t he a cutie!
Sirius will start out with some of the advanced riders and as he settles down will hopefully start with some of the beginner riders so everyone will most likely get to ride Sirius If Miss Meaghan doesn’t hog him from you all! Here are some more pictures of Sirius for your viewing pleasure! He loves cookies so when you come to meet him come prepared!
It’s a Filly!
Luna and Baby are doing well!
Proud Papa Sparks Will Fly “Sparky” at Hedgerow Pony Farm.
We are 3/4th’s of the way done with the E.C.O.H. show season and it has been a good one! Many Firsts have happened this year and you can find them below!
We are so glad you have found us through AmazonLocal and we are looking forward to helping you with your riding needs. Any questions please feel free to ask either by email at email@example.com or call Meaghan directly at 813-767-1494
The students at I.F.R. really have a good time while learning the safe and correct way to be around and on horses.
Here is a Paypay link for the Pony games T-Shirt. To use the pay pay we do need to charge a little bit more to help cover the Expense of PayPal. We are selling these shirts right at cost to you!
Tentative Camp Dates:
June 19-22, June 26-29
July 17-20, July 24-27
Campers will ride, swim( with horses), fish, enjoy arts and crafts, and learn horsemanship lessons check out some of the pictures of last year’s camp Click Here
$175 for the week. Ask about multiple week/multiple kids discounts
$45 per day
Pay close attention to this article. I know some of you think I’m just being picky when I turn my nose up at some item of clothing. It really can be the difference between 1st and 2nd place. If what you are wearing is distracting, the judge may not be able to forget it and miss your amazing ride. Always remember that judges are HUMAN. Riding hunters is steeped in tradition and to disrespect the tradition you disrespect your ride , your trainer, your judge and your horse. ( The same applies to lesson turnout which will be left for a different post)