Leasing is something to consider if:
- If you are looking for more ride time than you get in your lessons
- You are wanting to start showing
- You’re interested in buying a horse but want to test the waters first
The cost is $250 per month
By leasing on a monthly basis:
- You save yourself the $35 daily fee for riding outside of lessons
- You save the $50 a day cost of leasing your horse to show
- You guarantee the booking of your favorite school horse for lessons
- You get first dibs on your favorite school horse for any show when they are double booked
My Boy Romeo, 13.2 hh Welsh Cross
Romeo piloted his owner, Mckayla Hendrick, to multiple year-end USHJA affiliate championships in Children’s Hunter Pony, Short Stirrup, Short Stirrup Equitation and 11 & Under Equitation over two consecutive show seasons before joining our school program. He won the USHJA Pony Medal Finals and the High Point Hunter Horse of the Year in 2012 for our Region.
We are privileged to offer such an accomplished show winner as a teacher to our young riders.
Mr. Personality, 13.2 hh Welsh Cross
Chief piloted his owner, Moriah Hendrick, around her first three show seasons and to repeat Year-End USHJA Affiliate championships in Childrens Hunter Pony, Short Stirrup, Short Stirrup Equitation and 11 & Under Equitation.
One of the first Welsh ponies added to our show line here at Cornerstone, he has served as our barn greeter for almost a decade now.
Younger students will benefit from his years of experience both at home in the show arena.
Buttercup, is a gorgeous QH mare who has proven herself to be a bombproof teacher throughout her first show season off the farm. Winning more and more championships this season as she brings her young rider along, we get offers to buy her from other trainers at every horse show we go to.
Phantom of the Opera – 15.3 hh Paint Horse
Phantom came to us as a 3-year old and has grown up in our school program. He is undoubtedly our most sought after school horse. Able to leap jumps in a single bound, he can pack a more advanced rider around a 2’9 course with lead changes and then follow that lesson up by patiently teaching a 6-year old how to canter for the first time. He is the definition of a “kick-kick” ride and a barn favorite. While he’s only been lightly shown over the years, he won high ribbons in good company in the Beginner Rider division at the KY Horse Park a few years ago.