CAMP SCHEDULE 2018

4 ADVANCED FULL DAY_ $450 HALF DAY CAMPS $240 3 Beginner Day Camp $350 DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE- 5% if you sign up by APRIL 1,- 5% for CURRENT Students, $10 off if you sign up by Jan 1. DATES: June 18-21 Half day camp 12-4 June 25-28 Half day OPEN to either 10-2 or 12-4 July […] Read more »

Christmas Party

We have a wonderful time at our Christmas celebration. Bring a small wrapped  gift to play a game, and food to share. We will play games, eat and celebrate the holidays. Friday DEC. 15th 6pm. Dinner at 630pm RSVP 651.245.6900. Read more »

THANK YOU from Cheri

Dear Students- (Aria, Kenzi, Anna, Kayci, Rachel, Eva, Megan, Ariel, Cass) THANK YOU SOO MUCH for the Farm supplies, and hat. The vet wrap, bucket holders, peacock straps, sponge, crops, bucket, brushes, and Manure forks are ALL AWESOME GIFTS! I wear the hat every day! 🙂 The banquet was so much fun. We had about […] Read more »

BANQUET- NOV.19th 5pm

Please let me know if you can attend the banquet: This is a time for us to celebrate as a family all the accomplishments that you and your children have achieved this year! WHEN: NOV. 19th SUNDAY at 5-6pm WHERE: Hammond Town Hall on County road E WHAT TO BRING: what you want to drink, […] Read more »

Welcome Hector and Tyra

We have a few new faces at the farm- Welcome to Hector and Erin Yoho Jackman, and to the new TB in Stormie’s pasture that we purchased as a project- Her name is Tyra but it may change. 🙂 A few reminders: If you open a gate- please close it. Please put away any Tack […] Read more »

SHOWDATES!

Sunday Sept 24th- HERE at PLP 9-12 is Dressage and Hunter/Jumper 1-4 is Games Sign up ASAP OCT. 13 DRESSAGE in Baldwin- Deadline to sign up is Oct 1st. We can do privates to practice your test prior to shows. Read more »

Safety First

Students and Parents No jumping at farm outside of lessons. Speak with Cheri if you need to practice for a show. Only ride the horse you are leasing unless you ask in advanced. Do not enter Philia’s paddock without permission and please do not remove her from paddock. Babies are unpredictable. Read more »