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Wildflower Stables offers boarding, training and lessons for riders of all levels, in a welcoming and positive environment located approximately 45 minutes southwest of Boston. Lessons are offered daily.
- Recreational – for riders of all ages and skill levels, from beginner through advanced. Trainers start by building a solid foundation with a balanced seat, then help riders advance in any direction, including dressage, show jumping, and eventing.
- Therapeutic – offered to children and adults with physical, cognitive and emotional challenges in a private, semi-private and group format. Lessons are individualized to meet the needs of each rider. Therapeutic riding provides benefits that help individuals improve balance, mobility, coordination, muscle tone, posture, socialization and communication.
- Showing and Schooling – experienced staff takes students to shows, cross country schooling, and off-property trails and adventures.
- Horsemanship – kids will gain broad horse care experience through non-riding after-school lessons that teach grooming, bathing, feeding, and more.
Licensed instructors offer a variety of riding lessons and after-school programs to participants of all ages and abilities. Therapeutic lessons are provided by PATH Certified Therapeutic Riding instructors.
Situated on 11 acres, Wildflower Stables boasts a 120’ x 155’ outdoor arena, a 60’ x 120’ well lit indoor arena, large and immaculate stalls with an indoor wash bay and sink, a round pen and daily turnout.