Free riding or driving lessons offered by local Morgan Horse Farm
|June 27, 2012||Filled under Sports||
Cedar Spring Farm, a Morgan horse barn in Charlotte, has joined 113 horse training facilities across the country to provide one free lesson to those who take advantage of the national campaign, “Learn to Ride and Drive in Style.” The American Morgan Horse Association has joined forces with the United Professional Horseman’s Association and several other breed associations to promote equestrian sports and the benefits and joy of horses.
The “Learn to Ride and Drive in Style” campaign is your chance to take a free lesson on a beautiful majestic Morgan! Have you always wanted to drive? You can do that, too. Bonnie Sogoloff of Cedar Spring Farm said, “We are very excited to participate in this campaign to encourage people of all ages to try riding or driving and exposing them to the Morgan horse. It’s been our experience that many of them will be hooked after just one lesson!”
Cedar Spring Farm is a full-service Morgan horse training, breeding, and show facility. The farm is owned and operated by the Hayes Sogoloff family and has been in existence since 1976. For more than 30 years the farm was located in Essex Junction and relocated to a newly built state of the art facility on Mt. Philo Road in Charlotte in 2005. The farm is noted for its quality Morgan horses, many of them regional, national, and world champions.
Getting a free lesson is easy. Just to go www.equestrianlife.com/freelesson, download a coupon, and give Cedar Spring Farm a call 425-7211.