Gelinas Farm / Riding Instructor in Concord, New Hampshire

Since its inception in 1953, Gelinas farm has grown from a small cattle and livestock transportation operation into a working horse and cattle farm offering lessons, clinics, camps and training. The farm encompasses100 acres of fertile pastures, forests and ponds. Today, Gelinas farm is still family owned and operated by Joanne Gelinas-Snow and her husband, Artie Snow.
Our professional instructors offer all levels of instruction, both Western and English, from beginners to advanced, children to adults. Lessons can be provided privately, or in a group setting. Periodically, specialized 2-3 hour mini-clinics are offered, focusing on specific techniques, such as trail obstacles or cow work. Clinics can be custom-tailored to your group also.

Specialties

Confidence Building For Horse And Rider 5 Years & Up And Gentleness In Your Horse From The Ground To The Saddle Beginner to Intermediate Riders Beginning Riders Welcome Body Awareness Buying/selling A Horse Consulting ( Not Commissioned Base Client Barbecues English Pleasure And Equitation Homeschool Programs Horse Leases Horsemanship Skills Improved Communication With Your Horse Leadline Open Private Riding Instruction Reliable Schooling Horses Trail Riding Lessons Trailer Training Turn-Outs Versatility We Offer A Building Block Approach To Learning Western Riding Discipline
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