All Inclusive Training Package - $695 per month
Comprehensive training package provides care and training for horse and rider. Includes the following:
Tailored training to achieve your objectives, whether for pleasure or competition.
Large box stall
Hay twice daily or round bale in paddock
Grain twice daily
Group turn out six days per week (weather permitting)
Stalls maintained regularly
Scheduling and handling for farrier
Mandatory worming program (priced per rotation)
Use of indoor arena & large viewing mirrors; heated lounge; large outdoor ring with cross country jump course, poles, and barrels; round pens; and jump options on our miles of trails.
Lessons are an important component of training, to build a partnership with your horse.
Wright Equestrian offers lessons at all levels of experience, from beginners to advanced riders. Versatility is our motto, with a range of specialties covered, including English Pleasure, Western Pleasure, Showmanship, Poles/Barrels, Jumping and more.
$35 per 1/2 hour
Beginner students are accompanied by a knowledgeable handler as they learn the basics of riding and horse care
2 sessions weekly (1 ½ hours / session) $300 per month
Riding lessons include: Grooming, tacking, safety on the ground, showmanship, and horsemanship
$75 per hour (up to a 3 hour session)
Private lessons are a one-on-one training experience - your horse or our academy horse
2 sessions weekly (1-3 hours / session) $400 per month
Advanced riders further develop and specialize their skills, and prepare for competitions/ hunts/ other events
Wright Equestrian students are able to participate in a wide variety of events and activities as their skills and experience develop. Many horses and riders trained at Wright Equestrian Center attend national and regional approved shows as well as open and local shows. Our horses and riders have been extremely successful in their showing careers, and we always make sure to have fun at every show! In addition to showing a variety of disciplines, we also have numerous opportunities for outside learning and fun through trail rides on our own property and in local parks, fox hunting, and organized rides.
Wright Equestrian Summer Camp is the perfect solution for kids who want to learn more about riding and caring for horses. Wright Equestrian campers will be guided by counselors and taught by professional equestrian instructors. Wright Equestrian teaches English and Western riding instruction as well as general horsemanship, safety practices, sound riding skills, horse care, feeding, anatomy, and tack. Our camp is a non-competitive, skills-oriented camp. We pride ourselves on giving you safe, sound information and practice with horse care and riding.
• Riding Lesson(s)
• Horse Care Lectures and Safety Demonstrations
• Grooming / Saddling
• "Hands-On" Stable Management
• Prep for Friday 11AM Skills Show
Call 636-462-3334 for June dates
8:30 AM - 3:30 PM Monday - Thursday
Skills Show Friday
T-shirts Available for purchase
Make check payable to: Wright Equestrian Center, Inc.
Wright Equestrian Center, Inc.
Attn: Camp Registration
1028 Mennemeyer Road
Troy, MO 63379
"We specialize in versatility at events in and out of the arena. Our students compete successfully in Western, English, Equitation, Jumping, and Speed events. They range from leisure horseback riders who want to have more balance, harmony and control, to top-level National and World competitors.”
Christine, her daughter Caitlin, and Wright Equestrian students compete in local & regional shows, ARHA, AGHA, MoRHA, the ApHC Nationals, the ApHC Youth World show, and the ApHC World Championships (in Fort Worth, Texas). Christine has trained horses for Youth and Non-Pro's who have earned multiple ApHC World Championship Titles, multiple ApHC National Championship Titles, multiple AGHA World Championship Titles, National Finalist Awards and Top 10 Year-End Standings in Showmanship, Working Hunter, Youth and Non Pro Hunt Seat, Equitation Over Fences, Green Hunter, Preliminary Jumping, Non Pro Jumping, Open Jumping, Saddleseat, Senior, Youth, and Non Pro Trail, Figure 8, Keyhole, Stakes (Poles), and Stumps (Barrels).
Outside of the arena, Christine is an Honorary Whipper-In and Field Master at the Bridlespur Hunt Club. Her students have gone on to receive the Fairly Hunted Award, an honor that only 250 youth nationwide earn each season. For more information on Bridlespur’s Conservation efforts please visit:http://www.bridlespur.com/