Oakwood Farms offers a number of services in support of the equestrian aakwood Farms has a training system for young horses through upper level horses. Trainer Meg Williams has developed a proven system to develop horses and their riders. Meg has earned her USDF Gold Medal, and has been training horses and riders for many years.
One of the biggest problems in the United States is the lack of trainers who are able to start young horses correctly. This issue has been highlighted in equine magazines and via the various breed societies. At Oakwood Farms, we start about 20 horses a year. Our program starts with the basics of introducing the bridle and saddle until the rider is able to work with the horse independently. Upon completion of the program, the horses are able to walk, trot, canter forward to the bit, ability to lengthen
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and shorten stride, start of lateral work, free jumping, and hacking in the field and woods. We specialize in preparing young warmbloods for the mare inspection and mare performance test. We help build the confidence of the horse and rider so they will continue down the training road to success.
Oakwood Farms also has a training program to develop the young horses to higher levels. Meg has trained several horses from young horses to FEI levels. Oakwood Farms specializes in creating training programs based upon the horse and rider's individual needs. A large portion of our clients are adult amateurs who are developing young horses to compete in accredited shows in USDF Region 2.
We also do a considerable amount of work in developing horses for sale. Many people send us horses to retrain and improve the marketability. On average, we provide this service to over 15 clients a year.
Our overall goal is to develop the horse and riders to reach their riding goals. We create an environment that is supportive to any level of rider.
For terms, rates, and availability contact Oakwood Farms by email at: Meg Williams firstname.lastname@example.org or directly by phone: (812)926-4295, cell number 513-673-3950 .