Hidden Creek Farm

434-996-6993 - Tammy
434 987 2349 - Kandi

Hidden Creek Farm
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Tammy and Heaven on Earth:
Winner 2016 Res. Champion BHSA Novice Jumper
Winner 2017 Champion Novice Jumper Frying Pan Park series
​Winner 2017 Champion Professional Rider Frying Pan Park series
For a complete list of barn winners Click Here.

Details and Requirements
 
Please contact Tammy if you cannot make a lesson.  We like 24 hours but we do realize that sometimes weather or an emergency comes up, so please contact us as soon as you realize you aren't going to make it.  
IF YOU DO NOT CONTACT US AND YOU DON'T SHOW UP FOR THE LESSON, YOU WILL BE CHARGED.
 
NEW LESSONS are required to sign a release form and pay before the lesson starts.
 
Please wear long pants, even in hot weather, as saddles can rub legs and cause sores.  
 
Please wear closed toe shoes at all times around the horses.
 
Beginning students do not need breeches, half chaps, or boots.  Let's be sure you LIKE riding before we spend a lot of money on the attire.
 
We have helmets but small children in Mommy and Me and Young Riders may be more comfortable and have a better fit with their own bicycle helmets.
 
Private lessons are not available at all times and are scheduled in.  Please be on time or it will cut into your lesson time.
 
We have lights and do lessons in the evening.
 
Lessons will be held unless it is raining or snowing and will go in a light rain during the warm summer months.  If you have any doubts, please call Tammy.  434 996-6993
 
We do ride in the winter, even in cold temperatures.  Lessons may be modified to suit the footing, but there is a lot to learn even on frozen ground.  Relax, I had a friend who broke all his young stock in the winter because he said the clothing was heavily padded and if he went off it didn't hurt!!  And there is a big winter show season.
 
 
 

It’s OK to only be interested in learning how to get a trail horse to do what you want it to do so you can have a better time on vacation trail rides, or just ride out with friends.

It's OK to just enjoy the exercise and the horse without having any further goals in mind. For many riders, the goal is simply outdoor recreation at it's finest.

It's OK to want to try a show even if you have never done it before and you are afraid you will be the oldest person there. You wouldn't be and no one cares.

And it’s OK to just want to do something social with a friend. We try to make sure that everyone is having a good time while learning what interests them the most.
Adult Riders Have Varied Goals:
Patience
Stress Relief
Exercise
Trust
Outdoor Recreation
Self-confidence
Self Esteem
Balance
Perseverance
Positive Thinking
Showing
Jumping
Time to concentrate on personal development
 
For all riders:  Learning to ride is fun.
Learning to work with horses is a valuable lesson in life.
Learning to do it right, is safe.