Train with Amiable Horsemanship
Building Equine partnerships through classical and science based horsemanship
Amy has been riding, training, and showing horses for over 25 years. With the help of many horses and coaches Amy has successfully competed in many different disciplines.
She has a bachelor's degree from Colorado State University in Equine Science and Agriculture Business as well as a Masters Degree in Agriculture Economics.
She has been teaching for over 10 years and teaches all levels from beginners to advanced riders. Her passion lies in 3-day eventing, but teaches dressage, jumpers, and western lessons as well.
One-on-One time with the instructor focused on riders' specific riding goals. Beginner lessons include instruction on grooming, tacking, and horse care as well as riding. Advanced lessons may include groundwork, lunging, and basic first aid for the horses as well as riding.
Intermediate and Advanced riders can be put into groups of similar ability to learn and grow with other riders
Horses have large grass pastures to roam. They are fed premium hay and grain twice daily. Boarders have access to a fully lighted arena and plenty of open space to ride.
The horse is a great equalizer, he doesn't care how good looking you are, or how rich you are or how powerful you are-- he takes you for how you make him feel.