For some individuals, the suitable option is to lease a horse. Leasing gives riders the opportunity to have a consistent equine partner along with the ability to take part in trail riding, horse showing and hunter pacing. Our experience has taught us that this allows us to develop a stronger connection between horse and rider. Leasing also allows individuals to spend time at the barn, enjoying the peaceful R.E.C. environment and to develop stronger horsemanship skills.
We currently have wonderful horses available for lease. It is of the utmost importance to match an appropriate horse to rider. Choosing the best-fit deals with many aspects including personality of the horse and the rider, riding ability, an individual’s goals and the availability of the horse.
Leasing packages vary based on how many days one wishes to ride as well as the extent of routine care one would like to have for the horse. These packages may be discussed in further detail with management. To properly manage the quality of the horses and to maintain safe riders, it is mandatory for lessees to have a minimum of one lesson per week with an R.E.C. instructor.
Horses Currently Available for Lease –
12 yr. old 16.0 hand Cleveland Bay mare. Aurora has solid ring work and jumps a 2’9’’ course. Her experience includes trail riding, hunter pacing and beach rides. She has taught beginners through experienced riders, children through adults.
12 yr. old 16.3 hand Warmblood gelding. Theron’s laid-back personality makes him a wonderful hunter pacing and trail-riding partner. Theron jumps a lovely 2’6’’ course.
12 yr. old 15.3 hand Quarter Horse mare. Ruby has a gentle disposition and is incredibly safe. Her extremely kind nature is not easy to come by and has allowed an array of riders to build a vast amount of confidence in the saddle. Ruby goes both english and western.
13 yr. old 16.1 hand Quarter Horse gelding. Beau has done versatility and cowboy races. He goes both english and western. Extensive groundwork aids in giving his riders confidence that they need to excel.