WE ARE MOVNING TO PINCKNEY!
Recently Suzy has purchased her own farm with a training facility located in Pinckney, MI. This will be the new home of Mystic Meadows Farm Lessons and Training. We will be running very similar programs out of the Pinckney farm as we have for the past many years in the South Lyon location. The same trainers, lesson horses and instructors will still be teaching our horses and students. We will still be offering training, private lessons, group lessons, scout programs, birthday parties, summer camps, day at the farm, clinic, etc. The new facility is also set up with an indoor arena and an outdoor arena for the lessons to take place so we will continue to teach year around in all types of weather.
As this transition is hard to split away from a family business we feel it is the right direction to move so Mr Jim and Ms Jan have less happening at their home and Suzy and Pete can be right on site to manage the horses and programs. The farm will be able to continue to grow as we all would like it to.
The Pinckney farm is already hosting many of the training horses along with Levi, Charlie and Shane’s horse. The rest of the training horses and all the lesson horses will be moving near May 1st after a few updates and additions are added to the new farm.
We truly hope that you will be able to join us at our new location and can help us through the transition as we know it will be a busy one! The new address is 21925 Spearswood Dr Pinckney, MI 48169 Please come by appointment only for now as we are running operations out of both locations currently.
If you were to schedule a lesson using our online scheduling system please note that any lessons booked between now and April 30th will be located in South Lyon on Wall-Gene Rd. Any lessons scheduled after May 1st will be located in Pinckney on Spearswood Dr. Availability will be changing also as we figure out our schedules in the new location. Please be patient with us and stick with us. As we have always said, this is a family owned and run business and you are part of the MMF FAMILY!
Hello Current Students and Prospective Students!
We are excited to say that our scheduling system is now open until April 30, 2017
When you sign up please make sure to write down your user name and password! Let us know if you have any questions!
As you schedule please keep in mind that we may be able to get you into a group lesson or find another spot if you are having a hard time finding a slot that fits for you on the online system.
Also, Please keep in mind that many of our slots are very popular for many people. If you know in advance that you are not going to be able to make it to your lesson please cancel ASAP. This will give others the most amount of time to find the opening and book their lesson. Along with others wanting to book, the schedule is set up 24 hours in advance for our instructors and our horse care takers. Last minute cancellations are sometimes an interruption to the day’s schedule. Thanks for being considerate about this!
If you are concerned about the weather please call us ASAP to let us help in the decision if it is OK to do a lesson or not. Sometimes we have to cancel due to the weather keeping in mind the health and safety of horse, rider and instructor. We will always cancel if the actual temperature is 10 degrees or below. Thank you for your flexibility!
We look forward to having you out to the farm for your upcoming lessons!
~ Ms Suzy and Ms Jessica
We are now in the midst of the bitter cold winter! Yes, its really cold out there! BUT its much warmer inside the barn out of the wind! Please dress in layers as you may find yourself warming up as the lesson is happening. Parents we will have the warm little observation room for you to go inside to watch if you would like to (ask your instructor for details).
IF the roads are too dangerous to drive, call us! If it is under 20* and your rider does not feel comfortable riding, call us! If it is under 10* we will call you to cancel as it is not good to work the horses in this temperature. We hope to not have too many cancelations during this winter, but safety for horses and riders are the number one concern. If you need ideas on how to stay warm let us know! I will list a few on here too!
Layers (for both top and bottom)
Snow boots to groom in are better for standing on concrete
Ear covers (Slim head bands work under helmets, or they do make fleece helmet covers)
Thick Socks, but not so thick you can not wiggle your toes
Warm gloves to groom in and thinner warm gloves, with grip, to ride in
Hot coffee/Hot Chocolate to sip on!
Come join us at the farm for Youth Summer Camps!! Go to the camp page for all the details!!
CLICK HEREto visit the page