5 show rings are available for schooling from late April to September for horses and riders of all levels of experience. Let us know what size jumps you’d like and we’ll set to that height. We change the courses every few weeks so you can come back and ride a new track.
Book a 1.25 hr time slot for an individual ring – $75 per horse/rider
Access to multiple rings for a longer period – $95 per horse/rider.
4-Year-old 14.1 Large Pony Mare
Nellie has a wonderful presence and attitude to be an exceptional children’s show pony.
She began her career this summer competing in the 2’ hunters with a junior rider, finishing reserve champion her first two shows at our home farm and winning her hack against horses and ponies at her first off property show.
No prep needed for this special girl, walking off the trailer, into the warmup ring and straight into the show ring at her first away show.
Nellie has a large rhythmic canter step that easily gets her down the lines and an eye-catching trot!
With excellent ground manners, she is a pleasure to have in the barn and work around and loves to spend time in her paddock either alone or with a buddy!
First Bronze Show at home: https://youtu.be/-wllUq0TMWI
First course at a show away from home: https://youtu.be/5hli9aJmFuU
Schooling at home: https://youtu.be/OdCJdUfkKpY
Canter + Lead change: https://youtu.be/FN7MnQ67hw4 https://youtu.be/s_PeJ88jmH4
We have a select group of ponies and horses available for Term Lease for riders in the Westar training program.
Westar students can lease a pony or horse to participate in our Development Show series. Riders have opportunity to ride a variety of suitable mounts over the show season. Lease fee, entry fee, coaching and hst are all included in a one stop price for each Development Show.
For those leasing for the first time and interested in showing Bronze level.
The all inclusive monthly fee covers the lease, part-board and maintenance costs as well as the use of the horse or pony for any clinics, in-barn activities or shows.
For riders planning to show on the Trillium circuit.
Riders pay an upfront lease fee and then a portion of the board and maintenance fees on a monthly basis according to the lease.
Canterbrook Revelry (Rev), Georgina (Georgie), Michelangelo (Mikey), Momentum (Moe), Paddington (Ollie) Union Jack (Jackson)
Jen is a High Performance Coach, renowned clinician, teacher, former competitor and author. In her clinics, she addresses all aspects of preparation and performance that lead to success, including the physical and mental state of both horse and rider, the importance of a plan, goal setting and the team approach.
Riders and auditors always come away with new confidence and tools to help them perform better at home and in competition.
Next clinic – spring 2024