Limited space available!
San Luis Obispo, CA – Dark Horse Farms is officially accepting quality show jumpers and derby hunters for the 2011 competition season. Established earlier this year Dark Horse Farms opens its doors this month offering individualized training programs for competitive equine athletes from young prospects to proven veterans. Professional rider and trainer Lisa Ciesniewski brings to the team over twenty-six years experience in the hunter jumper industry as a catch rider and competitor. Located in the heart of California’s central coast on ten private acres in San Luis Obispo.
Dark Horse Farms provides comprehensive training programs based on each horse’s needs, strengths and abilities. The horses will travel to an average of one-two USEF ‘A’ rated competitions a month. By maintaining a very limited number of equines, Dark Horse Farms provides superior care, attention and training for each horse. Dark Horse Farms is not the typical training barn in that they do not offer lessons or coaching for riders but instead all of the attention is focused on training and developing horses into successful champions.
Venues on Dark Horse Farms tentative competition schedule for 2011 include; HITS Thermal, Northern Winter Classic, Blenheim Equisports, Memorial Day Classic, Woodside, Del Mar National, Sonoma Horse Park, Pebble Beach, Menlo Charity Show, USHJA Final, HITS Culpeper, Hampton Classic, HITS Saugerties, Sacramento International and LA National.
Owners of eligible show horses should contact Dark Horse Farms at their earliest convenience as spaces are limited. Quality consignment horses are also welcome and will benefit from the teams extensive sales network and professional marketing program.
About Dark Horse Farms:
Dark Horse Farms established June 2010 is an equine training stables specializing in the development and sales of quality show jumpers and derby hunters from young prospects to proven veterans. Located in the heart of beautiful California’s central coast on ten private acres in San Luis Obispo. For additional information, visit www.darkhorsefarms.com
Dark Horse Farms