About the Farm
About the Farm
We are always happy to share our admiration and knowledge about Icelandic Horses and questions are always welcome.
What can I expect from a farm visit?
What should I bring when I visit your farm?
Do I need special riding skills to enjoy the Icelandic Horse?
Recreational riding of any breed is a sport. Like any sport, it has inherent risks that require a reasonable degree of physical fitness, agility, skills, and knowledge. Specifically, you need to understand and be able to use basic riding aids such as quiet legs, soft hands, and a balanced, relaxed seat. If you haven’t ridden for a while, you will find that you haven’t forgotten your aids but that you’ll want to fine-tune your skills in order to enjoy the gaits.
People often call inquiring about a “push button horse.” Icelandic Horses are generally good-natured and forgiving. Because of their cheerful self-confident nature, they can be asked to manage a great deal of responsibility on the trail, but the rider must learn where the buttons are and when to push them! Our horses are for the most part appropriate for the intermediate to advanced rider, but we do have horses for beginners who are willing to get their “push button driver’s license.”
Do you give lessons or trail rides?
Yes. We give do give lessons to adults and have a children’s lesson program. We also can give you a lesson out on the trail.
Private – 60.00 per hour
Semi private – 50.00 per hour
3 or more private lessons – 50.00 per hour
Do you board horses?
Yes, we gladly board Icelandic Horses and also offer full training board.
Inside Board – $650.00 per month
Outside – $550.00 per month
Training & Board – $1150.00 per month