Sunday, 29. January 2023

What's New

Three Witches Farm & Stable offers a variety of events! We always have something going on, so check back often for the latest!!

 

Current Happenings at the Farm

Winter Fun at the Farm:

Sleigh Rides, Cookies, Hot Cocoa and bonfire: February date to be determined yet.

We will schedule when we get some more snow.

 


We do not have an opening date yet for the new building.

We are hoping soon, we are waiting on backordered major components.

 

 

 

Covid 19 protocols in place

Other Events:

 

 


Spring Theatrical Horse Performance: May 2023


Winter Hours for Riding Lesson times: Reservations required

(Weather permitting & by appointment) * We will be closed for a winter break January 28th-February 11th, and then scheduling lessons as soon as the weather permits.

Monday: Closed

Tuesday: 9am to 7pm

Wednesday: 9am to 7pm

Thursday: 9am to 7pm

Friday: Closed

Saturday: 9am to 4pm

Sunday: Closed

Yes, we do guided trail rides. May 1st to October 31st. Cost is $50/pp and includes a short instructional lesson to cover the basics before we head out of the trail. Approx. 1 1/2 to 2 hrs total time depending on group size. Weight limit of 200#. Due to Covid-19 some additional restriction on group size/ number of riders may apply at this time.

 

 

CLINICS:

Trick Riding, Vaulting and Roman Riding Clinic with Veronica Painter: summer 2023

English Riding Clinic with Kate Goebel: July 8th-9th

English Riding Clinic with Sue Miller: June 10th-11th

Dressage Clinic with Liz Lamm, April 16th

Jumping Clinic with Sami Stalsberg, May 7th

Dressage Clinic with Mario A Contreras: tbd

Western Riding Clinic: tbd

Horsemanship 101 Clinic: tbd (for Adults or older children)

Driving Clinics dates: tbd







 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Top Hat & Tails Pony Club, call about details for 2023

Three Witches Drill Team: April-October

 

 

Dressing schooling show: TBD

Click here to download showbill

 

 

 

 

We are currently full for boarding, but feel free to call or email to be placed on a waiting list!

  • 2 Indoor arenas and Outdoor riding arena
  • Round pen
  • Cross country jumping field and trails
  • Lessons both in English and western riding, Vaulting and Driving for children and adults.
 
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USPC Top Hat & Tails Meetings - 2022 (February - November)

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2023 Summer & Fall Camp Dates

2 Day Horse Day Camps June 12th & 13th or 19th & 20th or July 10th & 11th or 24th & 25th or August 14th & 15th

4 Day Horse Day Camp –June 26th-29th or July 17th-20th

3 Day Horse Overnight Camp – not offered this year

Fall Overnight Horse Camp TBD

Winter Camp- TBD

 

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Top Hats & Tails Pony Club

What is Pony Club?

Pony Club is an international organization with branches all over the world. Top Hats & Tails is a member United States Pony Club. The organization is for riders aged 8-25 (with any size of horse!) and emphasizes safety, horse management, veterinary knowledge, and the three facets of riding in the Eventing discipline: Dressage, Stadium Jumping, and Cross-Country.  Western riding has now been added!  ADULTS can ride too! 26-?, you can join and become a Horse Master member.

By joining, riders get access to top level instruction on a bi-weekly basis. The club rides with both local and non-local trainers. Currently, Top Hats & Tails rides with Kt Harrington (a Grand Prix Dressage rider) or Liz Lamm (a graduate of the USDF Judging Program, she is a "L" graduate and passed with distinction. She has been a Dressage instructor since 1979 and judging shows since 1983). Kate Goebel (a B-rated Pony Club graduate) or Susan Miller (an HA-rated Pony Club graduate) or other regional instructor on a monthly basis. The club brings in several other instructors throughout the spring/summer/fall months.

Beth Bardeen, C-3 Pony Clubber
Jumping Zip Cross-Country