The Felicity Farm Riders are now
The Felicity Farm Riders are now
Falconwood Riders is an equestrian program that offers riding lessons in both Hunt-Seat, Flat & Jumping, and Combined Training
Trainer Mindy Wideman has 40+ years of experience. training horses & riders all across the USA.
To find out more about our lesson program and FAQ's click the link below.
For more information on our summer camp click the link below.
For more info on our show team
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For more information on our summer camp click the link below
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To find out more about our trainer
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Q: How long are lessons?
A: All students start off in a 30 minute private lessons. Once they have met certain criteria they will begin participating in group lessons which are 1 hour.
Q: How much are lessons?
A: Lessons are $55 if paid by check and $50 if paid by cash
Q: Is my child old enough?
A: There is really no set age for children to start riding, it all depends on both the maturity and physical ability of the child. However younger children will most likely stay in private lessons longer than older children
Q: How do we get started?
A: First things first, all potential students must make an appointment to come out an observe a lesson this give you and us a chance to see if we are the right fit. Please text 678-551-0244 to find out when our next lesson is.
Q: Will I need a lot of stuff when I start riding?
A: There is no need to run out and spend hundreds of dollars when you first start riding. We have helmets and other gear that riders can use for their first few lessons.
Q: What should I bring on my first lesson?
A: You will need to have an application from and waiver filled out before you begin your first lesson (see links below). Also please wear appropriate clothing including; long pants (leggings are best) boots are preferred but if you do not have them tennis shoes will work.
Day camp is great for both new and experienced riders to gain more knowledge about horses as well as riding skills. Each child will be assigned a horse for the week and will learn all aspects of horse care. Each camp will end with an exhibition show for Friends and Family on Saturday.
Camp participants get information from equine professionals including; a Farrier who teaches the students about hoof care of horses as well as a large animal vet who gives the students valuable information about horse care and how to give injections and draw blood.
Beginner - Advanced
Each camper is assigned a horse of their own, for the week. They will ride extensively each day, mastering new skills. They will be in charge of taking care of their horse every day, each camper receives a notebook which we review everyday. They learn terminology, basic health care, horse breeds, etc.
We had a great time this summer check back soon for upcoming dates!
Summer camps run Tuesday - Friday 9:00am-1:00pm
Campers return on Saturday to put on an exhibition show for family and friends.
Camp sessions are 400.00 per session100.00 non refundable deposit is required hold your campers spot
2021 SHOW TEAM SCHEDULE
Feb 6th. - RHSC Wills Park Alpharetta
Feb. 20th. - RHSC Wills Park Alpharetta
March 20th - RHSC Wills Park Alpharetta
April 10th - Big Cheeze 3 Phase and CT
May 1st - RHSC Wills Park Alpharetta
May 22nd - RHSC Wills Park Alpharetta
June 5th – RHSC Wills Park Alpharetta
June 12th - Big Cheeze 3 Phase and CT
July 17th - Big Cheeze 3 Phase and CT
Aug 7th- RHSC Wills Park Alpharetta
Aug 21st - Big Cheeze 3 Phase and CT
Sept 25th - RHSC Wills Park Alpharetta
Oct 30th - Big Cheeze 3 Phase and CT
Once students have reached an intermediate level they are eligible to participate in fun outings, including; Trail rides, Cross country training, Cow sorting and more!
Trainer Mindy Wideman has 30+ years of experience training horses & riders across the USA.
Mindy grew up on the Arabian Hunter/Jumper farm Little Hope Ranch in Conyers, Georgia. After competing in Hunter Jumper competitions all over the United States, Mindy started giving professional lessons at the age of 18. She eventually went on to run her own highly successful Equestrian farm, Legacy Woods in Conyers, Georgia.
In 2003 Mindy moved to California to be a trainer at the famous Jack Tone Ranch in Stockton California. It was during this time that Mindy fell in love with Cow Penning and Sorting as well as endurance riding. In 2009 Mindy moved back to Georgia and began training students at Felicity Farm. She is thrilled to be coming back to the area and starting a new program at Falconwood farms!
In order to assure that we will be available, you must call
in advance to schedule a visit.
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