We started in 2011, and we greatly enjoy the relaxation associated with horseback riding. Anyone with a love of horses can join our club, and we welcome all levels of experience. The stables we ride at offers lessons to us, as well as trail rides, which are our most popular events. So far, we have held a variety of trail rides, lessons, and have visited the Finger Lakes Racetrack to observe and enjoy the horse races. Our goals are to continue to establish ourselves as a club, as well as to gain enough interest and involvement so that we can start to participate in local events, if possible, and to do a fun show each semester at West Winds Stable.
Mission Statement: The Hobart and William Smith Western Riding Club is established for the purpose of allowing students to explore the western style of riding. Western Riders will allow students to come together and bond over a common interest in western riding and horses as well as provide an escape from the stresses of school.
Contact Elizabeth Barner, if you would like to receive further information about meeting times and upcoming events.
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