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Promenade Stable & Natural Horsemanship Academy

 

Kim and Mary Jumping at Liberty

Promenade Horsemanship Academy started as a full care boarding facility. Today, we still  pride ourselves on the quality of care we provide for horses, but have added many services. We provide private, semi-private and group lessons either with our horse or yours. We also train or help you train your horse and can help solve behavior problems. We offer natural horsemanship clinics that are informative and fun. We have an ongoing “pony club” called Promenade Pony Pals for ages 6 and up.

Promenade Horsemanship Academy also has equine products and beef for sale.  We are here for those traveling with horses. Making reservations is a good idea, but we can normally accommodate someone who drives up and needs a safe facility for their horse and themselves to spend the night.

Promenade Horsemanship Academy is located just 25 minutes from downtown Denver, yet when you turn into the facility you will feel a hundred miles from the hustle and bustle of the rest of the world.  This is exactly what we wish for you to feel whether you are coming out for a lesson or to visit your horse.

Check out our 2014 Summer Camp Brochure!

2014 SUMMER CAMP BOCHURE Outside

2014 SUMMER CAMP BOCHURE Inside

 

“Because my daughter grew up with horses”

by Tracy Meisenbach

 

Because my daughter grew up with horses she has compassion. She knows that we must take special care of the very young and very old.

Because my daughter grew up with horses she learned responsibility for others. She learned that…there are no “days off” just because you don’t feel like being a horse owner that day.

Because my daughter grew up with horses she learned not to be afraid of getting dirty and that appearances don’t matter to mst of the breathing things in the world we live.

Because my daughter grew up with horses she understands the value of money. Every dollar can be translated into bales of hay, bags of feed or farrier visits.

Because my daughter grew up with horses she has learned to learn on her own. She has had teachers that cannot speak, nor write, nor communicate beyond body language and reactions.

Because my daughter grew up with horses she has learned sportsmanship to a high degree. Everyone that competes fairly is a winner.

Because my daughter grew up with horses she has self-esteem and and an engaging personality.

Because my daughter grew up with horses she has learned to plan ahead.

Because my daughter grew up with horses she has learned that color, sex, and age do not establish a horse’s, or a person’s, intelligence, ability or value.

When I look what she has learned and what it will help her become, I can honestly say that I haven’t “wasted” a penny on providing her with horses. I only wish that all children had the same opportunities to learn these lessons from horses before setting out on the road to adulthood.