We do not provide horses for people to ride. You are responsible for bringing a horse for yourself.
We are a family run business, with only one person that gives lessons: Angela. Angela is currently a Master's student at Clemson University and has to work around her academic schedule. When she has an available week or weekend, she drives up from South Carolina and fits in as many lessons as she can. Please check here for the dates she will be in town giving lessons
First, you must have a lesson with us before you can use the course on your own. This lesson is so that we know that you know how to safely use the obstacles. To learn more about lessons you can go here.
Once you have had a lesson you may schedule to play on the course anytime as long as we do not have an event going on. You must give us 4 days notice in advance so that we know you are coming. To schedule your play day you can go here.
We do not allow horses staying overnight to be kept in a portable pen or to be high lined. All horses staying overnight must be in a stall. Stalls are $30 a night and can be reserved by emailing us.
Any minor that is participating in a lesson must have an adult, preferably a parent, participating in the lesson as well with a horse. Yes, you must pay for the parent and the minor. The lesson cost is per person. An adult is required because we need someone who knows the minor and their horse in case something happens. If the minor would like to return and play on the course, an adult that has been certified on the course through a lesson needs to be there in case the minor is having trouble with their horse.
We would be happy to show you around our facility. You can schedule a time by emailing us. Please do not show up without scheduling a date and time. We cannot guarantee that someone will be available or the facility will be open if you do not set an appointment. Please give us a few days notice.
Yes, we allow spectators at our lessons and competitions for no cost. Spectators at our clinics will have to pay an audit fee.
Yes, you can bring your dog but they must be leashed at all times. There are two farm dogs that live on the property and run loose. Please be aware that they may run up to your leashed dog to say hi.