Full-Time Training horses are typically worked 5-6 days per week with 1-2 days off. The training program is tailored to the individual horse. One free lesson is included per week and must be taken in that week or be forfeited. All horses showing with Four Points Farm LLC on the "A" circuit must be in full-time training. $450/month.
Conditioning is offered for show horses that need to be "let down" for the winter months, or for horses that are not showing and need to be tuned up or exercised. $275/month.
Training rides are offered for the horse that needs to be evaluated on its current state of training, to fix minor problems, or to offer insight to your current training program. $35/ride.
*Training rates do not include boarding at the facility where located. Board will be paid directly to the facility. Training rates do not include veterinary, farrier, chiropractor, dental, or any other care provided by professionals outside Four Points Farm LLC. It also does not include routine deworming, vaccinations, medications prescribed by a veterinarian or any show expenses. Four Points Farm LLC will schedule all routine care with our equine professionals and clients will be required to leave a check, credit card information or will be billed directly. Supplements purchased for a client by Four Points Farm LLC will be charged to the client accordingly. All training and conditioning horses are required to have stall board. All board and training fees are due on the 1st of the month.
Four Points Farm LLC includes in their training services the use of their own work tack such as bridles, saddles, work harnes, jog carts, etc. Each horse shall have its own leather halter, blankets, tail set, show bridle, show harness, show buggy and any other equipment that the particular individual needs and is custom fitted at the owners expense. As with most items, normal wear and tear causes equipment to break. Clients are not expected to replace equipment that breaks through normal wear and tear. However, clients who have horses that are a challenge to train (that continually break equipment) may be asked to replace the equipment at cost.