Horse boarding, or retirement horse boarding in this case, is available at the Meadowbrook barn at Tolland Falls. We created this facility with relaxation in mind. Whether you are a weekend warrior, trail-riding enthusiast, or just need a great place to retire your horse – Meadowbrook has you covered. It also happens to be the most […]
Tolland Falls Equestrian Center Guest Author: Cynda Dyer I have had some good questions about horse care, riding in the cold, how to warm up and cool off for workouts and how to prepare your horse for winter stabling. Here are some answers to your questions and some things to keep in mind when working […]
Thank you to Virginia Williams for sharing a presentation on the clinic held by Daniel Stewart. You can view it by clicking here. Tolland Falls Ventures, Inc. invites you to make a New Year’s resolution to Pressure Proof Your Riding. This clinic will be presented by Daniel Stewart on January 4th and 5th, 2014 at Tolland […]
TSB Author Susan Tinder Talks About Returning to Her Roots at Quarter Horse Congress and Getting Reviewed by George Morris This weekend kicks off the 2013 All American Quarter Horse Congress at the Ohio State Fairgrounds in Columbus, Ohio. Congress is the World’s Largest Single-Breed Horse Show, receiving more than 17,000 horse show entries during […]
Sue Tinder, owner of Tolland Falls Ventures, Sedalia, Colorado, lectured on Jump Course Design at the All American Quarter Horse Congress. Enjoy a copy of her presentation below and if you haven’t purchased a copy of her book, check it out here.
We have some new friends at Tolland Falls Equestrian Center. Check out these beautiful pictures of an Elk and Mountain Lion that were seen on the property recently. As always, please be alert and safe when you are enjoying a nice trail ride on the property.
Trafalgar Square Books, the publisher of Sue’s book, The Jump Course Design Manual, says book sales are doing well in both the US and UK. “I am so flattered that riders and their trainers are finding the book useful in their own schooling programs,” says author Susan Tinder. “It was my hope that the book would provide ideas […]
Sue Tinder, owner of Tolland Falls Ventures, Sedalia, Colorado, is lecturing on Jump Course Design at the All American Quarter Horse Congress on October 12, 2013 in the Lecture Hall. The horse show runs from October 4th – 27th, 2013 and the trade show runs from October 8th – 27th, 2013 in Columbus, Ohio. According […]
On November 3rd and 4th Randy Henry of Winsome Farms held a clinic that proved to be a very good time. The clinic was for all disciplines and was by invitation only at Tolland Falls Equestrian Center. Be sure to check out some of the candid shots from the clinic on our Photos page. If […]
They say a pictures speaks 1,000 words… we tend to agree. Clients of Tolland Falls Equestrian Center may enjoy beautiful riding trails and these are some recent pictures taken along the way. There are miles of trails on the property which are located on both sides of Jarre Creek. There is approximately 12 to 20 […]
Have you thought about how to select a horse boarding facility? The best decisions tend to happen when the decision was made knowing the trade-offs (pros and cons) of all of the options available to you. It makes sense to make your selection of where your horse is going to live only after you have thought […]
Relocating, or moving, is considered to be one of life’s most stressful activities. If you are moving your family, and that family includes a horse, you have just intensified the experience exponentially. This article is written to hopefully alleviate some of that stress by explaining how a horse travels, how to select a shipper, what […]
Meadowbrook, in partnership with Tolland Falls Ventures, was created to offer an economical, guilt-free solution that provides the same great care as our training facility, but at a price point that is reflective of a more relaxed program than what is need for horses preparing for competition. Meadowbrook features a quite setting for clients that […]