COLT STARTING AND FOUNDATION TRAINING
$750 1 Session (30 days)
*This is for horses that have never been ridden, or maybe haven't been ridden in several years, and or problem horses.
*Includes feed, training, and trimming.
*Will grain if requested, however you provide the grain
*Does not include shoes, our farrier will shoe your horse while here in training at your expense or you can arrange to have horse done prior to training
*We only accept a limited number of horses in training at a time
Owner is responsible for any additional needs a horse may have such as joint supplements, injections, ulcer medication, and special grain.
It is strongly recommended that a horse have a thorough vet check prior to any training/competing.
We suggest 2 sessions (60 days) for colts that will be handled by anyone with less than advanced riding skills - for the success of both horse and rider
BARREL AND PERFORMANCE TRAINING
**All options inlcude feed, and training
**Shoeing is not included, but available at a discount
$750 (Performance) Monthly
*INCLUDING: Patterning on barrels, poles, keyhole, goat tying, and several other events
*Prior to beginning horse on any event they must be able to yield to leg pressure, have vertical and lateral flexion, stop and back with ease. If a horse is not ready to begin training in a specific event then they will need to go through a month of preparation training.
$750 (Preparation) Monthly
*This is for getting a horse that is already well under saddle ready to start on a specific event. It includes teaching them to yield to leg pressure, vertical and lateral flexion, and to utilize their hindquarters when stopping or backing up.
$900 (Sale/Exhibition) Monthly
*This is for horses who are already well into training, and the owner wishes for them to be seasoned/hauled. Or the horse is for sale and the owner wishes for the horse to be competed on.
*The cost includes mileage, and advertising on our website
*Additional costs for exhibition/time only, entries, advertising on other sites, and stalling apply and are not included.
*10% Commission fee
Owner is responsible for any additional needs a horse may have such as joint supplements, injections, ulcer medication, and special grain
It is strongly recommended that a horse have a thorough vet check prior to any training/competing