On site Trainers

 
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South bay Polo Club / Francesca Finato

South Bay Polo Club was created to give people a chance to experience the wonderful sport of POLO.  You don’t have to be a Prince to play “the Sport of Kings”. We accommodate all levels of play, from spectating to swinging a leg over a polo pony for the first time to seasoned players. We have something for everyone. Our club motto is "Come for the Polo, Stay for the Fun!" So grab a beverage, pull up a chair and enjoy a beautiful afternoon watching a fantastically high speed competitive game! For more information or to schedule your first lesson, please contact our club manager, Francesca at 650-353-6898 or click below to visit our site.

 
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Sugarloaf farms / juliet clarkE

Sugarloaf Farm offers kids and adults the opportunity to experience horses in a relaxed and safe environment.  Our goals are to teach quality horsemanship and solid riding skills.  We have the experienced lesson ponies and horses to do that and the instructors to make it a reality.   We teach a wide range of abilities from total beginners through to those that want to compete at local shows.  

The chief instructor is Juliet Clarke, she is certified by the British Horse Society and has earned the US Dressage Federation's Bronze, Silver and Gold Medals.

 

Brandy Worley Training

Training all breeds and all disciplines, from green horses to advanced and babies. I teach all ages of people how to ride and train their own horses. I teach horses Liberty and have an instructional DVD, "How to Excel at Liberty"  it's an hour and 20 minutes of hands on how to teach your horse Liberty. Here are some of the things I teach: English, Western, Dressage, Driving, Longlining/ground driving, Liberty, Halter (all breeds), and ground manners. You can reach me at (408) 529-2396

 

 

BENTSON SENSORY TRAINING

Randy Bentson is a Gilroy Police Officer assigned to the Mounted Enforcement Unit. He has been training police horses and riders throughout the state for over a decade and uses mounted patrol training techniques to increase horse and rider confidence.