Don’t wait! Be sure to sign-up for our next CORE Clinic on Saturday, June 25th! The clinic consists of a day full of lessons with un-mounted group sessions followed by mounted lessons. Our new format breaks the clinic up into a morning and afternoon group, allowing for only a half-day commitment. (We know that weekend time is precious, so now you can come and enjoy the clinic and still have time for other commitments!) Click on the link below for the registration form!
We are so excited to announce another C.O.R.E. Clinic at the farm! New un-mounted lesson plans and exercises planned. Riders of all levels welcome to attend and this time we are offering jumping lessons! *Riders who want to jump in their mounted lessons need to make a notation when registering*
The clinic consists of a day full of lessons with un-mounted group sessions and mounted small group riding lessons (3 riders maximum). The new format breaks the clinic up into an AM and PM group, allowing for a half-day commmitment. (We know there is always farm work to be done so now you can come and enjoy the clinic without having to stay all day). We have also had some requests from previous clinics for private CORE lessons so we now have two spots available at the end of the day for 30-minute, private lessons with Glenda. First come first serve basis.
-9:00-10:30am: Unmounted group #1( Morning session)
-10:45-12:00pm= Mounted group #1 (3 riders max.)
-12:00-1:15pm= Mounted group #2 (3 riders max.)
-1:15-1:45pm= FREE LUNCH (provided!)
-1:45-3:15pm= Unmounted group #2 (Afternoon session)
-3:30-4:45pm= Mounted group #3 (3 riders max.)
-4:45-6:00pm= Mounted group #4 (3 riders max.)
*6-6:30pm= Mounted private #1 (optional)
*6:30-7:00pm= Mounted private #2 (optional)
Sign-up for both un-mounted & mounted sessions and save! $85
Un-mounted only, $35
As always, space available on a first come, first serve basis.
PS- Don’t forget that Auditing is FREE and auditors are welcome to join-in for either of the mounted sessions.
Sign-up now for your ‘CORE Rider Experience’ to
Erinn at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Reliable maintenance worker needed at Playland! Job duties include: splitting firewood, weed-wacking, bushogging, delivering round bales, maintaining fencing + grounds, plowing/shoveling snow, maintenance on farm machinery, basic plumbing, electrical, and various housing and building maintenance required, etc. Proficient in both safe operating and mechanical maintenance of various large tractors and other machinery required. Experiences with horses is not necessary as long as candidate is comfortable working around them. Housing is on site. Must be self-starter, strong organization skills, time efficient, and work independently while on a team. Email email@example.com today to apply!
Meet Playland’s newest staff member, Brian! Please be sure to say hello when you see him around the farm as we are so excited to have him here.
Brian is from Orlando, Florida. He grew up on a beef cattle ranch helping his grandfather run the business. After time in the military, Brian decided that he wanted to spend his days outside doing much of the same he grew up doing with his grandfather. Combining a degree in Engineering, military experience, and ranch hand skills learned from his days with his grandfather, Brian looks forward to helping Playland stay maintained and move into the future of the Agriculture and Equine industries.
Our homebreds are so versatile and amateur-friendly that they can be taken in any direction you want…including foxhunting, trail riding, endurance, etc.!
Pictured below is student Maya enjoying a relaxing hack through the open fields on PL sales horse, “Izzy” (PL Diamond’s Inspiration). Does this look like something you want to be able to enjoy? If so, visit:http://playlandequestriancenter.com/sales/ for more information on Izzy and our other prospects for sale!
Here is the posted schedule for this Saturday’s CORE RIDER CLINIC! We can still take a few more riders for the un-monuted sessions (either AM or PM) so be sure to email Erinn at: firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday morning to secure your spot!
Check out the United States Eventing Association, Inc. (USEA) page to see their latest article featuring Glenda and one of the sale horses, PL Incomparable Diamond!
Congrats to Louisa Woodville with PL Lucky Empress for their 12th place finish in the Novice Rider-B division at the Sporting Days Farm II Horse Trials (Aiken, SC) this past weekend!
Up next in our check back with working students is Traci!
What is your most favorite memory from Playland?: “Definitely would have to say accompanying Glenda to all of her lessons and clinics; especially the Heather Mason clinic. Being able to see all of those upper-level horses working on movements where you usually only see the finished product, was so interesting. I definitely learned a lot by just getting to watch your lesson.”
We are so glad that Traci was able to experience what goes into some of the upper-level riding and movements by going to clinics and lessons with Glenda!
We are currently interviewing/accepting working students, so we thought that it could be fun to check back with previous working students to see how they are and talk a little bit with them. First up is Hailey!
Working Students: Where are they now? (Part 1)