Breezy Bluff

by Sarah
(USA)

This place rocks! I ride a flaxen chestnut Shetland pony named Cooper I ride western put his trot is so bumpy I have to post on him. The instructors can be strict but they are good, one makes a big,a little scary( for the horses) obstacle course.

http://breezybluffridingacademy.com/

From Breezy Bluff:

At Breezy Bluff the horse learning experience is extended to the rider as well as the parent or other person accompanying the student. Parents and spouses are often found riding with the new students as they learn together how to enjoy the strength, joy, and beauty of horses and mules.

Each of the set of lessons is accompanied by a written horse riding lesson and each rider receives a diploma upon completion of the 10 horse lessons. With over 28 yrs in operation you can be assured of good training. At this farm we
search for ways to combine natural horsemanship with traditional training to harvest the best from our horses and our riders.

Our ONLY business is LESSONS so you can be given the attention your instruction should have Betty and the associates have a strong faith based background and you can be sure a wholesome atmosphere will be upheld while the utmost safely measures are always followed on and around the horses at Lessons or Horse Camps.

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