SHOW HORSE TRAINING
In order to achieve a high level of success and enjoy the experience of showing, riders have to be trained in the fundamentals and finer points of showing. Similarly, a rider's horse must also be trained to achieve peak performance in accordance with the rider's skill level. The team of professional trainers at Lenux Stables works daily to develop the perfect training regimen for each show horse, focusing on conditioning, performance and responsiveness. Just as every rider learns and performs differently, so does every horse, requiring its own individualized program.
Our training package includes a 14' x 14' rubber matted stall with individual window, automatic waterers, two daily feedings, veterinarian and farrier appointment scheduling and a six-day-per-week specific training schedule for every horse. Daily care and attention, as well as a weekly ride for each owner are also included. Our training horses travel to horse shows from March through November on the very competitive Southeast show circuit.
To find out how to put your horse in training with Lenux Stables, call (704) 947-7433.
SHOW HORSE BOARD & TRAINING RATES
$1000 per month • includes unlimited group riding lessons
Includes full service stall board plus daily grooming by a top notch groom and training sessions by a professional trainer 5-6 days per week. Horses are cared for by dedicated and caring staff.
Horses are worked indoors in inclement weather and outside in the ring, open field, trails and jogging paths around the farm. We believe that for a horse to be happiest, it is imperative to see and be outside as often as possible. Our training methods do not use force or alternative methods. The well being of your horse is our top priority.
Unlimited Group Riding Lessons:
Only to be used by the person showing the horse. Family members may purchase lessons at the regular lesson rate. Lessons must be scheduled by the 1st of the month.
Training fees are due on the 1st of each month. Accounts not paid by the 1st of each month will incur a $50 late fee.