LESSONS AND TRAINING
Long Farms offers lessons to riders with horses of their own with availability based on our show schedule and location. From April to October we are based in Horseshoe Bend, Idaho and from November to March we are based in Indio, CA. Additionally, we have limited openings for full training. Please call, text or email
Starting in 2022, we are offering a young horse training program! We work with horses of all ages, starting at 3 and moving up the young jumper levels. We travel all over the US and Canada to allow our string of young horses to gain experience and qualify for the USHJA Young Jumper Championships held in Traverse City, MI in early September. Please contact Rachel at 208-869-7628 or firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss the program in detail or for more information.
Starting April 1st, 2022 we will be opening up a limited number of stalls at our farm in Horseshoe Bend for boarding! Our 23 acre facility is only 25 minutes from Eagle in the Sweet Valley corridor. We have an FEI size sand ring complete with jumps, 2 grass riding fields, 14 turnouts, euro-walker with sand footing, roudpen, 17 stall barn, tackroom, washrack and grooming crossties. Monthly board includes: stall cleaning twice daily, alfalfa hay fed three times per day, grain (provided by owner) fed once daily, up to 12 hours of turnout daily (weather permitting) access to grass and sand rings (weather permitting) use of euro-walker, tackroom, washrack and grooming areas. For more information please contact Kenneth at 208-869-5116
At select shows we are attending, we are excited to offer schooling for motivated and self sufficient individuals. We would love to open our calendar to riders who would like to travel and show with us across the US and Canada. Horsemanship is a key value of ours, and we do not have any grooms or outside help at shows or at home. If you are interested in attending a high level of competition, please check out or show schedule and contact Rachel at 208-869-7628 for more info!
Long Farms has limited openings for working students each year. Working students should expect to assist with all aspects of horse care including but not limited to cleaning stalls, hand walking, turnout, tacking and untacking, attending shows and working around young horses. Riders are encouraged to bring their own horse but it is not required. Individuals should have a good work ethic, be independent, comfortable handling horses and have a positive attitude. Please contact Rachel at email@example.com for more info or to send a resume with equine experience.