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What to Bring

Good to know-
We recommend arriving
15 minutes before your scheduled lesson.
If you'd like to help get
your horse ready, we  recommend arriving 30 minutes before your scheduled lesson.

We love animals, but for safety purposes, please leave your pets at home.

I loved it! It was my very first horse back ride. I never thought I'd be riding a horse at my age.
-Jeannette M.
 80 years young

Required Forms:

Before participating in our lesson program, please download, read and fill out the required forms:

- Liability Release
- Waiver
- Stable Rules

Remember to bring the completed & signed forms with you the day of your scheduled lesson.

What to Bring
A smile.
A camera.
Required Forms. Completed and signed

Recommended Attire

It's Maine, so be prepared for changing conditions.
-Sensible shoes with a 1 inch heel.
-No open toe or heel footwear
-Long pants

Lesson Programs
We offer a variety of riding as part of our lesson program, in either English or Western disciplines.

Winter*/Spring Riding
-Beach Riding: October-April depending on tide and weather
-Equine Healing Experience: Non-riding program for all ages
*No riding when the conditions are icy.
-Remember To:
-Dress in warm layers
-Gloves, ear warmers and neck gaiters

Summer/Fall Riding
-Equine Healing Experience: Non-riding program for all ages
-Apple Picking Rides
-Fall Foliage Rides
-Remember To:
-Dress in layers, evenings can be chilly
-Sunscreen and Sunglasses
-Bug repellent

For more information call 207-798-3003