Summer Camps on the Calendar!

So for the past few Summers, we been holding Horse Camps.  The Camps are fun and Education.  Plus I start getting Request to sign kids up early so I decided I’d better get busy and get the camps Schedule for Summers are Busy around the Barn!  Most camps are 5 days 9 to noon and cost this year will be $325 for each student.   Payments must be check or cash and due the First day.  To sigh up drop me an email at walkers @   Information needed to hold you a slot is Students name, age, Parent name and phone number.    Parents can also join a camp!  Horseback riding is fun at all ages!!! ( We do have to limit the weight for our horses to about 200 lbs due to the breed and size horses we are using)

I plan to have 3 Levels.   

Level 1  Younger Kids 1 day camps ( First Sat of May-Aug)    Ages 3+

Level 2 Beginners and Riders under 10     

Level 3.  Students with a couple years of camps or lessons and are over 10

The dates I’ve currently marked on the Calendar are

Level 1  Kids Day:   May 7,   June 4,   July 2 and Aug 6.  Parents can help with this one and Kids need to bring bike helmets if they have one.  

Level 2  May 2-6

             May 16-20
             June  13-17
             July 5-9 (Tuesday – Sat)
             July 18-22
             Aug 3-5   Wed-Friday  ($210)

Level 3   My Advance Camp

         May 30-3 June
         June 27-July 1
         July 18-22
         Aug 8-12  

I will get back on line and add more info and some pictures but today is an excellent riding day so I’m  heading out to go riding!  Got to keep the horses in shape for camps!















Looks Like a Busy Summer!

Wow, I’ve never been so busy!  I’m doing 3 camps a month and ALL are full.     If you didn’t get signed up this year, don’t feel bad, just start earlier next year!   I would recommend somewhere else but I don’t even know who else is doing riding lessons this summer.  Many are still keeping a low profile ( My camps are usually only about 5 riders, so I consider that a small number).

Oh My GoodNess

Its Still hitting Negative temperatures at night and my camps are Almost full. ( May 10 has 1 slot) I’ve only have about 1 Slot left!  Aug is Still empty and I have a few positions for my Advance horsemanship stuff.  I’m looking at 2 days a week for 2 weeks a month at $75/meeting for these guys.  These will meet for 4 hours at a time.

So We are Going have
a Wonderful  Summer 
with  Lots  of Riding!  Horses  Are
Resting UP  and  Drinking  Spring  Coolaid!

Spring is Coming!!!! ( Hopefully, Maybe?)

Winter is still hanging on Hard!  But Camps are filling up!!  Dates are on my Horsemanship page

I’m still having contact forms issues so PLEASE send your questions or request for horsemanship Camps directly to my EMAIL  at

This Year I’m Planning on doing about SIX  Horsemanship camps for kids  at least 8yr.  My Basic Horsemanship camps are Mon-Friday, 9-noon.  We learn about horses, from head to hoof and nose to tail, including riding, working, feeding and how to have fun with your horse. Cost $275/student/week.   Plan for 5 Students per camp.

I not offering  weekly lessons until Aug.  I will have 1 week in June and Aug for students who have ridden with me for at least two camps and are at least 11yrs.    The Advance Horsemanship Camps are for my more confident students and will include more responsibility, longer rides, more horse training along with the daily care required to have a horse. (This is required for all levels as its just required for horses in general).  Time 9 to 1pm, cost $350/week/student.  Limited to 5 student per camp

For a bit more info, check out the Horsemanship Page.

  To Contact, email at or call my home phone 907-745-0804 and leave a message.   Since I work with horses all day, I don’t want folks calling my cell phone and interrupting the training so please use one of the options above!  Safety First for your kids and horses!


What are we About?

We are About Riding, Practical Horsemanship.  Being a partner with your horse and both you and the horse, enjoying Life!


Riding all over the place, both high and low.  Work with folks of all ages who want to ride, own and enjoy horses.  That’s what we do!!!


Its a place to Learn.   A place to Ride.  A Place to have fun with horses.We learn about horses.  We Trail ride, We Work and We Enjoy Living. More about this on the new Lesson Page






 Laugh, Work and Ride!

A comment from one of my students the other day just about says it all.“I didn’t know  all the things I don’t Know!” (she was talking about riding)

Well that’s it for now. I might add and update more of my pages soon….. So Remember, Ride today for you might not get to tomorrow.

What do we REALLY DO

We enjoy sharing our horses with folks who are not as lucky but would love to share the love affair we all have with horses.  We do this by getting people involved with the horses.

Grooming, Riding, Cleaning, Doctoring, Loving, all in a day’s lesson.  Our training grounds is mostly the wide outdoors.  We teach riding by doing it. Going though the woods on winding trails, staying intone to your horse, relaxing, learning what to do when boggymen come calling.  All in a day’s ride.

I’ve been told, I  have just about the sweetest herd of horses around.  This is due to good training on both horses and humans.  We train both to become thinking partners and both appreciate it.  Now we always have to  have a leader, and I prefer the human to be that leader (though sometimes the horse might be the better choice).

046                If you would like to just learn about horses, ride out on trails and enjoy this beautiful place we call home, give Deb a call (745-0804).  I work with all ages and abilities.

It can be scary at any age to learn to ride and control a horse. They are big, BEAUTIFUL, powerful,  animals with a mind of their own. Our goal at EZ Walking stables is to help horses by educating their riders.

Students/New owners need support in order to obtain success with their horse partnerI want folks to be as successful with horses and have as wonderful of time as I have.  So I teach how to respect the horse and earn his respect too.  It is difficult for some people to trust a horse and even more difficult for a horse to trust them.  My plan has the horse teaching. From the horse, you learn horse patience, trust, respect and how to communicate. After the first few lessons, then you have the basics and now just need ride to perfect your communicate skills with the horse. 

On this site, we plan to provide numerous horse related help items. Since horses aren’t allow to use the Internet very often, they need your help to utilize this information. Owning a horse can be a large investment but we can make it an enjoyable and positive one.

roundpen-workDon’t Be caught Standing Around this year

Get out and make Memories

Ride a Beautiful TN Walking Horse in the Great Alaska Outdoors and

Have the time of your life.

There are cute story posted under Barn Stories

Here at EZ stables, we ride for pleasure. Everything we do with the horse is for pleasure, this includes our training. If the horse is having fun learning, then its fun for us to. Horses should not be expected to act like a robot, instead, he should be educated that working with humans can be exciting and interesting. Thus we try and develop working partnerships will all our horses and owners. This ensures that we are all having fun, and getting the most pleasure possible from our horses.

So if you want to get the most out of your horse on the trail or out for a simple pleasure ride, Deb at EZ Stables is who you should speak with. Come by the barn, see how every horse on the place is happy and wants to be with people. Horses are wonderful friends and if you want to experience, this the call or write today.

Remember Every time you are around, your horse is learning!