Frequently ask Questions

General Information

Do I have to make reservations? 

Yes, all our activities  require an reservation in advance. 


What payment forms do you accept? 

We accept  all major debit / credit cards.


Why do you take a credit Card number when scheduling a Service? 

To ensure that you will cancel if you are unable to make it. 

Please note that scheduled Services have to be canceled within 24 hours before the scheduled time or we have to charge for the Service, no acceptions !


Do you charge the credit card I used to make a reservations for lessons, camps or field trips? 

No, not unless you don't show and don't cancel in advance due to our cancellation police.  

- Lessons  need to be canceled within 24 hours prior the scheduled lesson 

- Camps have to be cancelled before April 1

- Field trips have to be canceled within 24 hourse prior the scheduled date.


When are you open? 

We are open 

Tuesdays- Thursdays  2:00 pm - 6:00 pm  

Fridays 11:00 am - 6:00 pm 

Saturdays  8:00 am - 1:00 pm.

However visits always require an scheduled appointment to ensure that we have time for you.

We don't do walk ins !

Please call at least 48 hours in advance (803) 374 2155 





Can we tip our trainers or Counselors? 

It is a no! If you want to show your appriciation for their service then leave us a positive review on google, because this way you can help us all the most. 


Can you bring your ponies and horses to us? 

We are sorry, but we no longer offer this service. 


Are there restrooms? 

We have a indoor restroom but due to Covid this bathroom is closed for the public. Only during Camp it will be open for our campers only!


Do you sell food/beverages? 

We are sorry, but we don't offer this Service to the public. We only serve food and beverages to our campers.  


Can I bring my dog?

Sorry, no outside dogs are allowed to be brought to the Farm at any time. 


Do you offer gift certificates?

Yes, we do. Please call our Office at (803) 374 2155




For what ages and what type of lessons do you offer? 

We offer lessons for ages 3 and up in English/Hunter and Western riding.


Are the lessons offered year around ? 

Yes, our lessons program runs year around. We also use rainy days for the theory lessons that are very important too.  


Do parents need to accompany children during lesson? 

No, not unless you like too. We do always have trainers and lessons helpers to assist grooming and tacking, but younger students may need a little added help from the parents. 

We also request if you leave during lessons that you will be back in time before lessons ends.  


Are helmets required during lessons?

Yes, helmets are always required when mounted on a horse regardless your age.


What will my child or I learn during lessons? 

Safety around the horse, grooming, saddling, riding, communication with the horse/pony, proper position and rhythm skills, steering, control and much more.



Is it English/Hunter or Western ? 

We start all students bare back with a vaulting girth, to learn how to balance, proper position and rhythm.  Later you or your child can decide to go English or Western. We offer both at the Farm


How do I sign my child up or how can I get into the program? 

Visit our scheduling page and schedule your personal intro lesson. We will hold your spot and write you down for the requested appointment. If you "no show, no call", you run the risk of losing your spot and/or being charged for that lesson. The expectation is that you attend your lesson weekly should you sign up for our subscription .



Our Team

We are experienced, credential, common-sense individuals with a passion for what we do. We love our horses and, more importantly, we love to share them with you!