2023 is HERE!!! Here are a few events to get us started!
*March 4th & 5th: Paul Boland Ride with your Mind biomechanics clinic
*March 18th & 19th: 2 day Liberty Clinic with Allison Whisler
*April 22nd: AEC Dressage & More Fun Show with Betty Ortlieb
*April 23rd: Dressage lessons with judge Betty Ortlieb
*June 24th: IDS Approved Dressage show with Cathy Jacobs judging
*August 5th: IDS Approved Dressage show with Isabel Fix judging
*September 9th: AEC Dressage & More Fun show with Betty Ortlieb
*September 10th: Dressage lessons with Betty Ortlieb
*November 4th: AEC Dressage & More Fun show with Betty Ortlieb
*November 5th: Dressage lessons with judge Betty Ortlieb
Our RIDING LESSON program is FULL. At this time we are only taking on new liberty lessons.
We do NOT offer trail riding. Interested in trail riding? Contact Fort Harrison State Park or K-Trails Equestrian Adventures in Noblesville.
Summer is still a few months away, but it's time to starting thinking about summer camp! Our beginner camp will be June 13th-16th. This camp is open to anybody over the ages of 6. NO riding experience required! Space is limited! Camp is $300/camper. IF week 1 fills, there is the possibility of a 2nd week
Because so many of our students are 13 or older now, our plan right now is to just do 1 week of intermediate camp. Intermediate camp is open to any Alliance Equestrian lesson student! Summer camp is packed full of fun! Intermediate campers get to ride daily, learn care of horses and do groundwork and liberty! Camp is $250 to Alliance Equestrian Center lesson students. $300 for outside riders (non-Alliance lesson students MUST show proof of riding ability and MUST be walking & trotting confidently on their own). Intermediate camp is July 10th-13th.
Since a lot of our kids are getting older, I came to the realization that we might have too many kids over 13 to do just 1 week of advanced camp, so right now the plan is to have 2 weeks of advanced camp. Advanced camp is open to Alliance Equestrian Center students that are 13 or older that are CANTERING CONFIDENTLY. We do much more complicated riding activities so it's important that kids are riding confidently to attend advanced camp. Camp is $250/person for Alliance Equestrian Center students and $300/person for outside riders (most show proof of students riding ability if a non-Alliance student).
Week 1: June 26th-29th
Week 2: July 18th-21st