(203) 869-5595

1016 Lake Ave, Greenwich, CT 06831, USA

A GREENWICH TRADITION

KELSEY FARM

 

PDC SUMMER RIDING PROGRAM 2019

An Equine & Outdoor Adventure Camp

Kelsey Farm offers seven individual sessions of our summer riding program, plus an overnight camp-out. Daily riding lessons, grooming, tacking up, washing and grazing. Plus, each week features a riding or horsemanship theme such as veterinary care, horse show judging, vaulting, horse showing or cross country riding. Swimming and pool games, arts & crafts workshops, outdoor challenges, improv and dance round out a joyful summer experience at Kelsey Farm.

Please contact us to register.

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LESSONS

Happiness & Horsemanship

Since 1949, Kelsey Farm has been teaching young people to ride. Our commitment is that our riders should be safe, learn and have fun. Our students benefit from year-round professional trainers, a small teacher/student ratio and show quality ponies and horses. We offer private, semi-private and group lessons to children age six and up. We also have a limited number of spots for adults of all levels. Contact us to arrange an assessment lesson and discuss your scheduling needs.

SHARE-BOARD

A Part-Time Pony of Your Own

As students progress, many want to ride more. We designed a share-board program for the feel of "a pony of their own" without the full-time commitment. Students are carefully matched by their size and skill to an appropriate pony. These matches are our specialty!


Share-boarding includes two lessons and one supervised “free ride” per week, plus the option to compete at seasonal horse shows, ride cross country and participate in the Greenwich Pony Club.

SHOWING

Competing, Winning & Practicing Grace

We are year-round regulars on the regional show circuit and love to compete.  Veteran competitor and trainer Sarah Carrs guides our students at the regional A and B shows, CHJA and PHA finals, Hampton Classic, Lake Placid and Vermont series. Share-board and full-board clients compete in short-stirrup through the higher-level hunters, jumpers and equitation.