- Loss of confidence
- New horse
- Horse behaviour issues
- Had a nasty fall
- Been away from riding for a while
If you are a recreational rider who enjoys trails, or if your goals are to succeed in the next competition, we have a program to meet your needs:
- Safe riding and training environment
- Certified equestrian coaches
- Customized schedule to match your riding goals
- Horse lessons of all kinds: flat or jump
- Recreational or competitive coaching
- Riders of any age are welcome
I have been riding since I was very young and coaching for the past 8 years, both at Ontario Equestrian Federation Accredited Riding Schools and at boarding facilities with private clients.
My training specialty is with amateur hunter and jumper riders, however proper flat/dressage training is important for all riders and horses and is included in all lessons and training.
Most riders have faced challenges at some point in their riding and I focus on presenting riders and their horses with a lesson program that helps them achieve their goals - to be confident, to be challenged when it's appropriate, and foremost to enjoy their experience and build a positive relationship with their horse.
My greatest reward comes when a client is able to achieve their success, whatever that might look like for them.
Pam is a Certified Competition Coach, as recognized by Equine Canada and the National Coaching Certification Program of Canada. As such, Pam has committed to a Code of Ethics, has completed and regularly updates her First Aid Training, completes a minimum of 20 hours of professional development training and holds coaching insurance. She is also currently training as a hunter/jumper judge and course designer.
Grass Stables is just minutes away from Newmarket, right on Davis Dr. West (Highway 9) between Keele & Dufferin Street.
To arrange a visit or inquire about our equestrian facility, stall availability or boarding rates please email or call.