Welcome to Jolly Rogers Farm!Happy Horses, Friends & Fun!
2016 Summer Horse Camp Registration!
Day Camp: June 13-17 | Overnight Camp (experienced riders only): June 27 – July 1
Is your little cowgirl in love with horses?
Our camp is a dream come true for the girl that adores horses and would love nothing more than to hang out at the barn all day! Each day at camp is packed full of games and activites geared towards horses and young riders. In addition to riding horses, campers learn about horse care, health/safety, and hands on horsemanship.
Our camp guides riders as they create friendships and develop greater confidence. Give your daughter an unforgettable experience that will be cherished for a lifetime.
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Horseback Riding Lessons
for ages 6 and up
Looking for a fun, friendly place you and your kids will enjoy?
We offer natural horsemanship riding lessons, pony parties with hay rides, crafts, games, and plenty of furry friends to keep you company.
Scroll down to learn more, give us a call, or come on down and pay us a visit!
We specialize in helping beginners and non-beginners of all ages get started (or reacquainted) on the right foot with horses – safely and enjoyably!
Over 15 Years of Experience
We start out with BASIC SKILLS, BASIC HORSEMANSHIP, and BASIC RIDING. We work our way toward the goal of general horseback riding for fun and getting out on the trails. I do not believe in years of lessons. I do believe in knowledge and experience and… hitting the trail!
All lesson are done privately, so there is no stress of competition. We move at your own pace at your own level working on whatever your individual needs are. There may be at a later time, the need or desire to combine a class with another student once in a while, and we can make arrangements for that when you are ready.
$30 for a 40 minute class
(Your first few classes are usually a little longer)
What About English?
We start off Western…but…
Some people like English style and that’s ok – (we will cover both Western and English eventually). Most instructors insist that their students learn English first (or only), mostly because they believe everyone should be showing, jumping or future Olympians. However, when it comes right down to it, the majority of riders NEVER do any of that, including experienced cowboys! Most riders just want to have fun trail riding with their horse and other horsey friends, which really is the most fun!
When you are ready to “fly” on your own and if you are interested in showing TWH, I can help.
Communication & Safety
Communication is the key to my students’ success. I always stress the importance of proper safety havits at the barn and around the horses. Experience is always the best teacher, so I do my best to provide you with so many of the helpful tips I’ve learned over a lifetime of riding and being around horses.
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Meet Renee Rogers
Hi, I’m glad you’re here, reading this. I thoroughly enjoy teaching horseback riding lessons, doing summer riding camps, pony parties, and basically anything that has to do with horses! I LOVE horses and I especilly enjoy introducting people of every age to them.
Growing up I enjoyed both trail riding and showing Tennessee Walking Horses. Now, our family trail rides together and we frequently go on camping rides all over the southeast.
I run a Summer Camp and occassionally do larfer pony parties. We have several ponies and horse to accomodate all of our campers and party goers. We will often have rabbits and baby chicks for the kids to play with. It’s obvious that we love our animals and we love sharing them with you even more. Step in and see us soon!