How do I become a LBF Member?
First: Schedule a site visit. Little Burgundy Farm is a private facility where all sessions are by appointment only. Email to email@example.com to request a personalized tour of our facility. This tour will include one-on-one introductions to the professional trainers and equine staff. At this site visit you will discuss the Riding Club. For a monthly fee, riders get access to a horse, tack, lighted riding arena, and barn facilities.
Then: Schedule sessions by sending an email firstname.lastname@example.org with a preferred schedule and desired recurring weekly ride time. All members work with one of the farm's professional instructors. These industry pros are independent contractors who work directly for the rider. Little Burgundy Farm trainers teach advanced horsemanship skills through multiple riding disciplines (USEF, USHJA, USEA, USDF). Each trainer creates a personalized and structured tutorial just for the rider for each session. This comprehensive program is designed to improve overall technique and address specific goals. (Please Note: Trainer fees are paid separately from membership fees.)
If riders are looking for a farm close to the metro area where they can learn how to ride and how to care for horses, then Little Burgundy Farm is the place to be. Please look through the Riding Club page for more details on the program.