Riding Lessons

Sally Anderson has been active in the local dressage scene for 25 years. She started out showing in the Morgan world but quickly found her passion training horses in dressage. She has had a variety of equestrian training including ranch work, reining, driving, jumping, eventing, natural horsemanship, western dressage and 4H. She competed on the Region 6 Young Rider team, is a USDF bronze, silver and gold medalist and has trained two Morgans to the Grand Prix level. She still clinics regularly because it is important for her to keep learning so she can pass her knowledge onto her students.

Sally brings a fair and compassionate approach to her training and lessons. Her vast knowledge base offers her students a unique experience. She wants her students to have goals to aspire to so that they can get the most out of the training. Sally also gives back to the horse community by volunteering her time to the local 4H riding kids.

Our Lessons
Full Training $500 Includes 4 rides a week
Riding Lesson
on your own horse
$40 45 minute lesson on your own horse
Riding Lesson
on a stable horse
$45 Single lesson using a lesson horse
Haul in Fee $10

A Proven Track Record

2016

  • Mythic Oden – 3rd level with scores as high as 62%
  • FRM Anastaisa – 1st level with scores as high as 67%
  • Ameretto – 3rd level with scores as high as 60%
  • Hosted schooling shows during the summer with 12 students participating.

2015

  • Flower of Alliance – 3rd level with scores as high as 67%
  • Mythic Oden – 2nd level with scores as high as 64%
  • Dr Zuess – Training level with scores as high as 70%, 1st level 68%
  • FRM Anastaisa – Training level with scores as high as 67%
  • Coached Ashley Anderson at Training level (65%) and Second level (60%). Ashley also qualified to compete nationally in Equitation at Dressage at Lamplight. She came in 9th at the competition.
  • Hosted schooling shows

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A History of Performance

My Grand Prix quest started in 1993 when my Father bought an 11-year-old chestnut gelding named Mehrs Eloquince from our good friends Pruett and Sheri Helms. Quincy had already been though six owners and was rather rotten. First, we tried the show circuit where Quincy didn’t behave in the line up. Next was jumping where he was scared of the jumps. After that, we tried moving cattle where he promptly went lame. Luckily, I found Jeanne Gaudreau a local trainer that introduced me to dressage. The following summer we graced the dressage arena at Training Level with a long mane and a tail that drug two feet on the ground. We had great success at our first show and that was the end of the long tail and mane. This season ended with a Training level Region 6 Championship ribbon and cooler—not bad for a ranch girl and naughty show horse.

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About The Morgan Horse

The Morgan horse is compact and refined in build, with strong limbs, an expressive face, large eyes, well-defined withers, laid back shoulders and a well arched neck and a clean cut head. There is officially one Breed Standard for Morgan type regardless of the discipline or bloodline of the individual horse.

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