Seminole Canyon Farm 
Teaching total horsemanship, not just riding. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
       Group Classes
 
Our program is intended to offer students the opportunity to learn about horses, their care, and how to work with them in a respectful way.  We want our students to have fun while learning and also to establish a relationship with their equine partner.  A relationship cannot be built in one lesson but requires a regular commitment to both the horse and the program.
 
  
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SPRING 2022

Please see our "Total Horsemanship" page for a list of classes for the spring semester.  If you are interested in the pay as you go option, classes are $40 each.  Availability is limited.  

Spring Class pricing
$40 per class  per student.
 
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SUMMER 2022

 
DRILL TEAM CLASS (Learn the  elements of drill team work and have an end of summer performance)
Tuesdays: 9 am-11 am
     
(6/21, 6/28, 7/5, 7/12, 7/19, 7/26, 8/2, 8/9)
 
TRAIL & TECHNICAL CLASS (Obstacles, trails, arena work)
Alternating Thursdays:   9am-11 am     
(6/23,  7/7,  7/21, 8/4)

SUMMER 2022 TRAIL & TECHNICAL IS FULL

FUN & GAMES CLASS 
("Equine sports of sorts" a spin on well-known events and some of our own games)
Alternating Thursdays:   9am-11 am    
( 6/30, 7/14, 7/28,  8/11)
SUMMER 2022 FUN & GAMES IS FULL

    
 
Summer Class pricing

$40 per class  per student. Discounts available.

 

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FALL 2022

Group class times to be announced
(Dates to be announced)


Fall Class pricing
$40 per class  per student.
 
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WINTER 202-2022

Group classes are on Saturdays 1-3pm
 
(Dates to be announced)


Winter Class pricing
$40 per class  per student.
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Rainy days will be used for horse care and barn management lessons. 
Riding or handling skills will be done to the best of our ability (potentially implementing use of the horse simulator).