Mane Pulling/Trimming: $35
Braiding Mane: $50
Braiding Tail: $15
Whether you want to show at recognized or unrecognized events, participate in clinics, or just get off of the farm to school in a different place, we've got you covered.
Coaching at show or schooling grounds: $55 per day
Horse "rental" fee (if you are not leasing a horse): $50 per day
Hourly wait charge (if Steph is not coaching or riding): $20 per hour
Health certificate (from vet) if needed to travel: $60
Within 50 miles from farm: $90 per horse for one horse travelling or $75 per horse for more than one horse traveling
50-100 miles from farm: $140 per horse for one horse travelling or $90 per horse for more than one horse traveling
Rates to anywhere outside a 100 mile radius will be decided.
There will also be an additional charge of $40 to pick up and drop off any horse not housed at Heavenwood Farm.
Emergency/short notice trailer fee added onto regular trailering fee: $50
What do we take into consideration when setting trailering fees?
Trailering fees cover fuel, inspections, insurance, safety checks (checks done before driving the trailer anywhere), trailer prep and cleanout, tow vehicle and trailer maintenance (lights, tires, brakes, wiring, etc), and driving time.
Steph has been body clipping her own horses for about 20 years and client's horses for 10 years. If you are finding it time consuming to cool out your horse on cooler days or if you loathe Spring shedding, perhaps your horse would benefit from a clip job.
Full hunter body clip (head and legs left unclipped): $115
Trace clip: $65
Face & legs cleaned up: $35
We do occasionally offer half-leases on our school horses which includes use for one lesson and two schooling rides per week. This is a good option if you are interested in more riding time or a good step towards horse ownership. Half-leases are available to intermediate+ riders who have been taking lessons at Heavenwood for at least 6 months. Please speak with Steph for details if interested.
Current students who demonstrate that they are capable of properly caring for their school horse before, during, and after a ride have the option of adding in unsupervised schooling rides between lessons. This is a good option for students who would like to get additional riding time each week to practice "homework" from their lessons but are not ready or able to half-lease a horse. Please speak with Steph for details if interested.