26045 Minkler Rd • Sedro-Woolley WA 98284 • 360-856-6897

Justa Pleasure Farm Events

It doesn’t matter what breed, discipline or saddle you ride – come improve, advance, and build confidence in your horsemanship!

 

 

HORSEMANSHIP CLINICS

 

Private 1-day clinics of 6 riders  $ 600

10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
      in-hand instruction and introduction to obstacles and horsemanship principles
12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.
     lunch break (not provided)
1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
     under saddle instruction in our arena, courses and obstacles

Must provide 14 foot lead rope, stick and string training tool. Under 18 helmets required.

Clinics can be “made to order!”

Ranch Riding, Ranch Trail, Ranch Reining, Mountain Trail
 

 

All instruction and clinics given by Diane Stovall

 


 

Download the entry form, info page, and release and hold harmless agreement.

 

Call, e-mail, or contact Justa Pleasure Farm on Facebook

with questions or to sign up.

2 Experience Levels – 3 Age Divisions

Whether you are a youngster with your first lesson pony or a re-rider with a seasoned trail mount, there is something for everyone.

Modified AQHA patterns for those with limitations.

Age divisions for youth, young adult, and senior riders.

Trail course patterns suited for both inexperienced horses and those ready for more advanced obstacles and more complicated ways to navigate them!

Show Classes

Ranch Riding simulates working ranch activities, such as maintaining a steady gait, making agile turns to follow livestock, and being responsive to the rider’s aids.

Ranch Reining is intended to showcase the working horse’s smoothness, finesse, attitude, quickness and authority in performing the various maneuvers while using controlled speed.

Ranch Trail takes a horse through obstacles one might encounter doing a day’s work on an active range — navigate gates, fallen branches, bridges, and even a few wooden cows.

Mountain Trail utilizes our beautiful outdoor trail course to challenge your equine with water crossings, rocky footing, bridges, logs, trees, and ditches.