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Peach Tree Farms offers unique riding program

Most children can only dream of learning to ride a horse; Peach Tree Farms can make those dreams come true.
 
With one of the most vibrant Pony Clubs in the country – and the only state-approved riding program in Tennessee – riders learn more than how sit and stay on a horse. They learn how to behave and safety precautions when approaching horses, communicating with a horse and riding skills that will stay with them for a lifetime. 
 

Peach Tree Farms offers a series of summer camps that will give horse lovers a taste of equine possibilities and learning life skills through horses. Photo submitted.

While learning about horses, children are also learning responsibility and consequences, building relationships with other children with similar interests, developing self-esteem and team-working skills all while enjoying the outdoors.
 
Peach Tree Farms offers a series of summer camps that will give horse lovers a taste of equine possibilities and learning life skills through horses.
 
While participating in Peach Tree Farms programs, children can earn badges, receive rating certifications, compete in dressage, eventing, hunter, show jumping competition and western disciplines.
 
Polly Grammer, owner and teacher, has been teaching riders and training horses in Williamson County for more than 50 years. Her vast equine knowledge and years of experience has trained and molded thousands of children and she is looking forward to working with thousands more.
 
Peach Tree Farms is located in Arrington, Tenn. For more information about lessons, camps, scouting and home school programs and horse sales, visit www.peachtreefarms.com. 

Posted on: 5/24/2013

 
 

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