Mira Stables: Freelance Travelling TrainerInstructor / Riding Instructor in Santa Fe, New Mexico

I have trained horses and riders in England and here in the United States for over 30 years. Owner of Mira Stables since 1991, I travel to your home or stable to teach you and your horse at your convenience in your environment.

I specialize in initial training (backing and breaking in), problem horses that need rehabilitation and teaching adults and children to ride competently whether in the arena or out hacking on trail.

Huge emphasis is placed on stable management, grooming, tack, leading as well as riding.

I always offer a free consultation and evaluation to make sure that my client's goals are thoroughly understood and agreed upon, because at the end of the day, it is you who's going to be riding your horse, not me!


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