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Just For Kids Horsemanship Clinic
I Heart My Horse Clinic
Lake Fork Stables is proud to announce a new clinic series that is Just For Kids!
Our first clinic will be Valentine’s Day-themed clinic with fun games and training exercises that will help kids bond and build the connection between them and their horse or pony.
$150 for 3-hour clinic per child/horse combination.
10 spots available. Reserve by February 6th, 2021. Rain Date February 20th.
Children ages 8 and up will be able to participate in horsemanship clinics designed to teach children the training and riding skills they need to be successful in their equestrian endeavors but in a fun and kid-friendly way! Whether they are interested in or currently participating in 4-H, FFA, playdays, and other horse show events, these clinics are great for kids that have their own horse or pony and want to improve their skills. All disciplines welcome!
No fee to haul in! $10 stall or pen fee – a very limited number of stalls available. Horses may tie at trailers as well.
Safe and fun environment. Current Coggins required. Helmets and liability waiver required.
Farm Fall Festival
Join us at Lake Fork Stables for our 2nd Annual Farm Fall Festival on October 30th! Park at Stable View Cottages for a hayride to the barn for carnival games, petting zoo, horse rides, fair food, and more!
Free entry and door prizes. Purchase tickets for games, treats, and food. All proceeds support Riders Up!
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Show from home in our virtual benefit horse show series. Join our Facebook group for rules and more information!
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