All instructors share a passion for horses and facilitating the horse -rider relationship. All of our students receive instruction in riding and horse care skills to provide a solid foundation for any equine adventures.
Advancing riders can enjoy private dressage lessons with Sarah Edwards. Sarah trained in Germany and has shown horses in Germany, the UK, and the US up to 4th level in dressage and 3ft jumping classes. She specializes in improving horse-rider communication by careful attention to biomechanics and a structured, didactic approach emphasizing the training scale.
Sarah has limited availability for private lessons in dressage and jumping. She also offers group jumping lessons on most Saturdays at noon for local riders to make continued instruction more affordable. Check our events page for group lessons.
Sarah is available for clinics and to judge shows. She is a ND certified 4H horse show judge. Please contact us for details.
Cassie Prince has been riding for about 8 years. She graduated NDSU in May 2020 with a degree in Animal Science, and has a special interest in animal nutrition. She is currently training her young horse, Mirage, in dressage and jumping. She enjoys giving lessons in basic English and Western riding to kids and adults. Cassie trains regularly with Sarah Edwards. She is safety conscious and takes care to help riders find a horse that suits their preferences. Cassie is available for late afternoon and evening lessons as well as some weekends. Cassie's private, 1 hr lessons are $40, and she is also available for small group lessons. Cassie also takes select horses in training for $400/month plus cost of board.
Fallon Ryan graduated from North Dakota State University in May 2020 with a degree in Animal Science. She was a member of both the NDSU Western and Hunt Seat Equestrian Team during her time at NDSU. Fallon has been riding horses since before she could walk and has 15+ years of show and competition. Fallon has explored and competed in many disciplines including ranch riding, cutting, reining, trail, drill team, hunt seat, equitation, western pleasure, and western horsemanship.
Fallon has also spent time studying equine sciences in Spain, and has held multiple leadership roles with The American Collegiate Horsemen's Association. Fallon enjoys teaching beginners the basics of English and Western riding, and most enjoys teaching her students to become exceptional riders by using safety techniques and fun activities to promote positive horse-rider communication.
Fallon is available for private lessons, small group lessons, and day camps. Private lessons with Fallon are $40/hr. Fallon is also accepting select horses for training and refreshers.
Contact us now at or text 218-422-6380 to schedule lessons with one of our instructors.