By teresawolf, Jan 1 2015 6:36PM
You can now register for the NATRC Clinic on Jan. 31st. Just contact Teresa Wolf at 770-843-9056 or email@example.com. For ease of payment, simply click on the link below. See the flyer below for more information.
By teresawolf, Dec 30 2014 2:02AM
Starting January 1st, we will be accepting credit card payments along with the option to pay online through Paypal.
To pay board online, go to the boarding section on this website and by the board service you have, click the buy now button.
For lessons, go to the lesson page on this website and click on which lesson option you are paying for.
If you would like to pay by credit card, please talk to Beth or Sarah.
If you do pay by credit card or Paypal, you still need to sign the payment sheet for lessons and just put how you paid.
Also, to all of our boarders please sign our updated boarding agreement with the new prices in effect Jan. 1st, and the new liability release sheet.
All of our current lesson students, please sign and fill out the new lesson policy packet and the new release form when you come for your next lesson.
If you have any questions, please talk to Sarah or Beth.
By teresawolf, Nov 17 2014 9:31PM
Ever wanted to learn about competitive trail riding? Now's your time! January 31 there will be a NATRC (National Association of Trail Riding Club) Clinic at Greenridge! Mark and Debbie Jones will be leading this experiential event! Find out about different ways to contain your horse via a high tie line, picket line or portable corral. Learn about the importance of hydration and electrolytes for your horse (it's important for you, too). Find out and see different ways to camp on a budget without having a big and fancy horse trailer with living quarters. Learn how to train your dragon, I mean your horse! At the end of the day, you will go on an actual 3 mile course complete with vet checks, pulse and respiration checks and obstacles.
This event promises to be lots of fun and filled with information. Call Teresa Wolf with any questions at 770-843-9056. Registration details to follow.
By teresawolf, Nov 8 2014 10:46PM
The website has been updated and is still being updated over the next few days, so check out all the pages, especially the new ones!
The open house was a great success, thank you to all who came out. The next big event coming up is our Christmas Party on December 20. I will put out another reminder closer to the actual date.
Our next equestrian team meeting is November 22. We will be going over what to do if a horse is colicing, choking, or is injured for our ground lesson. This is important for everyone to know who owns a horse or who works at the barn.
Beth and a few people from the barn are going to Perry for a horse show next weekend on the 16th, so if you have extra time feel free to go out and support them!
Next month we will be starting our GR saddle club for our young beginners, about ages 10 and younger. The equestrian team will be helping run the program and teaching, so everyone will get a lot out of it! This will start in December after the equestrian team meeting is over, on December 13, from 1:30-5PM. Check back later for more details.
Teresa, Sarah, & Briley are going to a competitive trail ride in Florida December 4-9 so if anyone else is interested in coming please contact one of us.
By teresawolf, Sep 16 2014 2:45PM
We have a horse show coming up on September 27! Class entry forms are at the barn, so sign up today!
Our open house is coming up on Oct. 11. The following is a rough schedule for the demos:
1:05- Arabians at Liberty
1:20- GR's youngest rider
2:05-Sword fighting on horses
2:20-Parade of breeds
2:45-Equestrian Team drill
We are still looking for volunteers to help with the open house!!
1) We need those who own horses to participate in our parade of breeds demo.
2) We need someone to be in charge of the following areas from 1:30-3
a) Face Painting
b) Painting a Horse
c) Games Area (Horse shoes, etc.)- Need at least 2 people for this
d) How to groom a horse station
3) A few people are needed to clean the barn really well the Wednesday before the event (Oct. 8)
4) 3 people to decorate the barn on Thursday before the event
5) A few people to be in charge of tables, such as welcoming people to the open house, explaining our programs, handing out flyers, etc.
6) A few people to put out directional signs on Friday, Oct. 10
7) Someone to pick up balloons from Party City (needs a big truck) and to put up the balloons on the barn sign on 41 and on the directional signs
There will probably be more volunteer opportunities, so listen out! We will have a sign up sheet at the barn also.
We do need more vendors for the event, so if you have a business or know someone with a business, setting up a table is free with a donation to the silent auction.
If you or anyone you know plays an instrument or has a group and would be interested in coming to play, have them sign up with a vendor sheet!
If you would like to sign up for anything or have any questions, please contact Beth, Sarah, or Teresa.
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