Cricket: Trot pole Division
Grasshopper: x-rail Division
Schooling Hunter: 2' Division
2‘3" Hunter Division
2’6" Hunter Division
2 '9" Hunter Division
2' 3" Jumper Division
2' 6" Jumper Division
2' 9" Jumper Division
3' Jumper Division
Joyann Woolsey has 25 years experience studying and teaching equine nutrition. She is passionate about the health of horses and assisting others in understanding what it takes to allow them to reach their full genetic potential through diet.
Mission statement – To teach ethical and sound practices for equine care from an educated understanding and foster positive experiences with our equine partners.
Juanita Funk, Equine Osteopath
Juanita studied equine osteopathy in Texas. She has owned and operated a tack and feed Store out of Manitoba, Canada since 2009. Their primary focus is the health and welfare of the horse.
Osteopathy is a tried and tested therapy that treats not only lameness in horses, but also behavioral issues and various diseases. Juanita and Joyann have presented as a team in order demonstrate the correlation between Osteopathic treatment and equi ne nutritionist.
Eva Gifford, Saddle Fitter
Eva Gifford is a dealer of WOW saddles. Lameness and behaviour problems may be the result of a mal fitting saddle. Prolonged use can lead to muscle atrophy and potentially arthritis. Eventually, the pain becomes associated with the activity of riding itself.
WOW is the worlds first modular saddle. The seat, panels and flaps of the saddle are all available separately, so you can easily change component parts as your horse changes shape .
Whether you ride or care for a horse, we hope to make this a fun and educational experience. The goal is to leave with more knowledge and develop relationships within the equine community. Covid has forced us all into solitude for too long. I urge you all to come out and enjoy a night of food, drinks and horse talk.
You must register by Friday July 17 so that I can plan lunch and dinner.
Bring your own booze.
Tents are welcome if you can't drive home.
Camp registration is now open. Spaces are limited.
Show season is upon us. Click here to check out our upcoming show dates.
Thank you HM Photography for the beautiful pictures.
Pictures can be purchased online.
Cidermill Farms and Equestrian Centre was established in 2002. We have now taught generations of competent riders to learn and love the sport. Whether your goal is to learn the basics of riding or to eventually own and compete your own horse, we can provide you with the tools and the confidence to set you on the right path.
We are also very happy to welcome two new coaches to the Cidermill team: Rachel Bradner Pachek, an equine osteopath and former Cidermill student and Amy Schoenberger, a local coach and rider.