Lessons are provided Monday-Saturday
$35/hour for group lessons
$40/hour for private lessons
To schedule a lesson call: 706-937-2202
Caitlin Kennedy- Barn Co-Manager/Trainer/Instructor
Caitlin graduated from Purdue University with a BA in English. She started riding at the age of 5 and has been riding with many well known instructors and clinicians for over 20 years, and enjoys showing her horses in Eventing. Caitlin is a graduate United States Pony Club (USPC) member and past Joint District Commissioner of USPC local chapter, Wabash Valley Pony Club (WVPC). She is a member of the United States Eventing Association (USEA), United States Equestrian Federation (USEF), and American Vaulting Association (AVA). Caitlin moved to the Chattanooga area in 2013, and started working full-time with horses. While in college she took education classes that have helped her to be able to communicate and teach her riding students in ways that they understand. Caitlin’s has a background competing in hunters, jumper, dressage, eventing, western pleasure, barrel, and pole bending.
Heidi Maloy- Barn Co-Manager/Trainer/Instructor
Heidi graduated from the University of Georgia with a BA in History and a minor in Horticulture. She has been riding for over thirty years and is a graduate of the United States Pony Club (USPC), a member of the United States Equestrian Federation (USEF), a member of the American Vaulting Association (AVA), and a member of Path, International, where she is certified as an instructor for therapeutic riding and vaulting. Heidi is also a member of the Friendship Vaulting Team, and in 1995 earned a silver medal and participated in the 1996 Olympics. She has been competitive in numerous regional and national shows, both vaulting and riding. Heidi has had multiple areas where training was obtained to work with suicide and crisis intervention and multicultural awareness with youth and teens. She is knowledgeable with mental health as it relates to therapeutic riding, specializing in children and adults who have symptoms of depression, anxiety, and autism. Heidi is able to use creative skills in a multitude of areas such as programming, creating interventions, and educating others. Currently PATH certified. Heidi’s background not only includes competing but teaching in dressage, hunter, jumpers, eventing and games/gymkhana.
Kayla started riding when she was one and a half years old. By age seven, she was vaulting with Nu Balance Vaulters in California and received a trot medal under their guidance. After moving to Tennessee, she began at Phoenix Farms as a beginner vaulting coach and riding instructor. After graduating with an AS in General Studies and BA in Religious studies, Kayla have decided to further her career in photography and equestrian vaulting, specializing in horse therapy.