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It is our sincere desire to
instill in our students
the spirit of sportsmanship
along with helping riders develop:
a sense of accomplishment
a sense of responsibility
to learn and respect the value of barn camaraderie/team work
Zoey has had so much fun this week, I can hardly stand her! I feel very fortunate to have stumbled upon you and your farm. You offer the experience I have always wanted for her. After talking with you on the phone the first time, I knew your "operation" was exactly what I had been looking for. I think it's pretty wonderful that it's not about ribbons, fancy footwork, and expensive gear! It's about loving horses, nothing more, nothing less. I didn't want Zoey to be somewhere that pushes a lot of competitions and hardcore competitiveness. Kids have to deal with that in everything they do "these days." I wanted a place that would encourage passion and respect for horses and all the hard work that comes with it. Thank you for sharing your farm and your love for it with the kids you teach. It's obviously not for everybody, but I think you offer a great way for children to get a basic understanding of what horse love is all about.
We both know that once a girl falls in love with horses, she's smitten for life. I never had "formal" lessons and I don't have the ability (or the horse) to teach her the "rights and wrongs." She is a bull in a china shop, but I saw a gentleness and awareness about her yesterday and today when I was at the farm with her. She has lit up this week when she talks about her day and that is EXACTLY what I have always wanted for her. I want her to learn all the hard work and responsibility that comes with horses, I really believe that it builds good character, creates confidence and most of all, compassion. Thank you again Jacquie for such a great week, and I really look forward to many more with you and your wonderful farm.
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