BASKING RIDGE, N.J. — Somerset County Park Commission Lord Stirling Stable is offering a basic Horse Care Workshop 101 for adults and youth seeking to gain experience and confidence around horses through a combination of non-riding activities and hands-on practice.
Horse Care Workshop 101 will be held at Lord Stirling Stable, 256 South Maple Avenue in Basking Ridge, NJ beginning Saturday, March 30, 2019, from 1 to 3 p.m. Horse Care Workshop 101 sections run for five consecutive weeks. Registration is now open.
Participants will learn the basics of horse care including the proper way to safely handle, groom, and tack up a horse. The parts of the horse, saddle, and bridle are discussed, in addition to horse breeds, colors, and the roles the veterinarian and farrier play in basic horse care. There is no riding involved in this program.
Registration is available online and in person at the Stable office and will be accepted up to the opening day of the Workshops as space permits. Fee is $60 for Somerset County residents and $90 for non-residents.
Lord Stirling Stable is situated on 500 acres with 18 miles of trails (wooded and fields), one indoor ring, three outdoor rings, and an outdoor jumping course.
For additional information, please call Lord Stirling Stable at 908-722-1200, ext. 5010. Individuals with a hearing or speech impairment can call NJ Relay Service at 711.
Blue “BOBO (Buy One – Bring One) Fridays” bins now are located at the Lord Stirling Stable and the Environmental Education Center in Basking Ridge, as well as at the Somerset County Park Commission headquarters at North Branch Park in Bridgewater. The public is invited to drop off canned food or personal care items for donation to Somerset County food banks.
Information on this event and other Somerset County Park Commission activities may be found on the Internet at www.somersetcountyparks.org
See more Equestrian news at www.TAPintoHorses.net
Contact TAPinto Horses at email@example.com
Find us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TAPintoHorses/
Sign Up for E-News to get top stories delivered daily to your inbox.