Tag Archives | horsemanship

Winter Is Coming

The wake up call is that winter REALLY is coming! Are you ready? Do you have a heated barn, daily turnout, an indoor arena, a live in owner and staff of over 30 years? Do you have world class trainer/rider and assistants who have excelled at the highest levels? Do you have a personalized program […]

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Pony Camp! How to make your child sooo happy!

Are you looking for that fun, rewarding and thoroughly, absolutely, positively equine experience that your horse-mad child will love? Join us for one or both of our Pony Camps this summer. We welcome our current riders and would love to meet new faces and to match you up with one of our wonderful creatures. It’s a […]

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How to ride outside and stay alive…and in the saddle.

Rut Row! It’s that time of year again—although here in Colorado, “that” time in can be anywhere from March to May…or possibly even June or July. A warm, lilting breeze entices, lures us back outside again. Fluffy bunny clouds give no hint of the lurking dark. The robins have returned, along with their warbling brethren. […]

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First Lessons

At Winsome Farms, we believe in teaching horsemanship from the ground up. So when two lovely sisters arrived for their first lesson ever, there were important things to learn before they ever got on a horse. They watched carefully as Mollie tacked up Tucker, our super school horse. Then it was time to put on […]

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The Art of the Horse

The art of horsemanship is in the details. Riding a good line. Perfectly judging a take-off or landing. Intuitively reading each horse that you’re privileged–or just plain have to ride. But sometimes, it’s taking that moment to appreciate the details… of the art in your horse. Thank you Elizabeth,  Pat and Panda the beautiful!

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