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30 Minutes - $40

60 Minutes - $55

Learn to ride or pick up where you have left off ages 3 and up! Whether you are a beginner just learning to walk, trot, and canter or an intermediate rider who wishes to improve your equitation, the lesson program can help you enjoy riding and develop your skills. Students will review the basics with the instructor and then have an opportunity to take a trail ride as one of their lessons.

Anyone participating in any activities at Sea-Horse Stable including lessons, ground session, pony parties, and volunteering must fill out a Release Form.

Release forms must be signed by the participant prior to taking part in any activities at Sea-Horse Stable. If the participant is not 18 years of age or older, a legal guardian must sign.


ALL riders are required to wear:

  • Riding Boots with a heel (NO sneakers!)
  • Long pants
  • ASTM/SEI approved helmet

New lessons may borrow a helmet for 3 lessons- after that we ask that you purchase your own. Helmets and other equipment are available in our tack shop, located on the property.

Please keep in mind, no matter the temperature- sandals and flip flops and shorts are never allowed in the barns or around the horses.

Also absolutely No Smoking is permitted on the property.


60 Minutes - $60

The Icelandic Horse has a thousand year history. Purebred since the 10th century, the Icelandic Horse is renowned for being hardy, athletic, independent, spirited, friendly, adaptable, and sure-footed, with five natural gaits. These are the Walk, Trot, Canter, Tölt, and Pace. Averaging 13 to 14 hands tall, the Icelandic Horse is a versatile family riding horse, bred to carry adults at a fast pleasing gait over long distances. It is distinctive for its thick and often double-sided mane and long tail, and remarkable for its wide range of colors. In addition to formal horse shows and competitions, Icelandic Horses are widely used for cross-country rides and long-distance trekking. They have also competed in dressage, jumping, and endurance races.

The Icelandic Horse is renowned for its five natural gaits. While most other breeds have only

three or four gaits, the Icelandic Horse can Walk, Tölt, Trot, Pace, and Canter or Gallop. The Walk, Trot, and Canter are familiar.

The Tölt is similar to the running walk or rack of a Tennessee Walking Horse or Paso Fino. In the Icelandic Horse, Tölt is a very smooth four-beat gait which, while reaching speeds similar to fast trotting, is much less jolting to the rider. The Tölt is an excellent gait for trail-riding or horse-trekking.

In the Pace, the hooves on the same side touch the ground together. Often called the Flying Pace, this gait can equal the speed of a full gallop and is used in Iceland for racing. To Icelanders, riding at the Flying Pace is considered the crown of horsemanship.


On Farm:

30 Minutes- $45

60 Minutes- $60

Off Farm:

30 Minutes- $55

60 Minutes- $70

I believe in Natural Horsemanship and Positive Reinforcement. I work with all disceplines such as English, Western, Dressage, Jumping. I do some Trick Training as well.

You may trailer your horse here to our facility or I will travel to your barn to train your horse.


On Farm:

30 Minutes- $45

60 Minutes- $60

Off Farm:

30 Minutes- $55

60 Minutes- $70

            I specialize in training Icelandic Horses and other gaited breeds, such as

Paso Finos, Tennessee Walking Horses, Rocky Mountain Horses.

Whether starting a young horse or polishing up a finished horse, I do a lot of

Natural Horsemanship and Dressage Techniques in my training.  


60 Minutes- $35/per ride

There are three horses available for

On-farm Leasing:

Izzy- 14.2 Hand Paso Fino Mare

Mateo-14 hand Paso Fino Gelding

Sola- 13.3 Hand Icelandic Mare

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