We have recently changed our lesson structure to include mounted and unmounted courses in horsemanship. Whether you are a first time rider/future horse owner or experienced and leaning toward competing, we have something to offer every need. Click here to find out more...
Camp is geared toward teaching everything from horse care, mounted and unmounted lessons, horse management, and general farm skills. There will be mounted and unmounted games as well as take home crafts. While we focus our lessons learning about the Morgan horse, the basics can be applied learning to any breed. Cost includes a t-shirt.
Our camps are now broken up by level and experience. There is something for everyone!
Advanced Students: Are ages 8 and up, have attended prior camp or are in current lesson program, are walking and trotting on their own without the aid of an attendee.
Beginner Students: Are ages 8 and up, may have attended prior camp or are in current lesson program, are currently walking and trotting with the aid of an attendee or still on a lunge-line. There is no experience necessary and this can be your first time riding.
Unicorn Camp: Are ages 8 and under, have no prior experience with horses or may have sat on a horse at the fair or other places and been led around.
Sign up today or email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions!
HorseFeathers is s a full service facility specializing in the Morgan Horse. All breeds and styles of riding are welcome. We have programs designed for every need; beginner or competitive. Come discover the Morgan and see what you've been missing!
Colleen Saint Loup is the resident owner, trainer and instructor. She has over 20 years of experience with horses and teaching. She is now assisted by her two daughters, Emilia and Chloe.
Whether you are looking for a show horse or a place to develop you and your horse, we will do our best to give you the best horse experience possible. Call today for a tour!
770 Bryson Lane Midlothian, TX 76065 240-529-3066 Hours ~ By Appointment
HorseFeathers is also home to many Morgans who have come in through the Morgan Safenet Foundation program. To read more about this Non-Profit and their mission to help the Morgan Breed, visit MorganSafenet.com