Tyler Farms is a full-service boarding, training, lessons/summer camps and horse sales facility, located on 43 acres just North of the 202 Red Mountain freeway and Val Vista Dr in Northeast Mesa. There are 5 different trainers to choose from for lessons and we can customize your riding program to meet your goals.
It is amazing to watch our young clients go from inexperienced (having never been around horses) and watch them develope not only the skill set but to see the bonding and personal growth they have after spending time with the horses.
Check out Tyler Farms on the web at www.tylerfarmsaz.com
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There are 5 different trainers to choose from on our ranch, but they all start with the basics of teaching balance , basic commmands, and learning to read your horses mannerisms ,as well as the basic care of horse ownership. From there , the trainers specialize and teach everything from english, western pleasure, jumping/ beg dressage and can take our kids on to the shows to compete.
Tyler Farms has been raising , training and teaching lessons for over 30 years. Each trainer has different qualifications...ie Leo Hansen has been an arabian horse trainer and National judge for over 30 + years. It is hard to list them all out here, so pull up our website at www.tylerfarmsaz.com and you can read up on their personal profiles.
Since each trainer has different qualifications, they do range in price. Most are 50.00 per hour.
Tyler Farms has been in business for over 30 years. We started breeding arabians and from there we have grown into one of the largest full-service boarding, training and lesson facility in the southwest.
We work with everyone...from the very young to the elderly , from the beginner all the way to those who want to compete at the different show levels and also those who just want to experience and gain knowledge of what its like to enjoy the world of horses:)
There are so many... we recently put on a clinic for the kids from FFA at Red Mountain Highschool, we hosted channel 12 with their Wednesday's Child featuring an amazing young man and his love of horses, we are home to AAEC here in the East Valley, which is the high school program for kids interested in the agricultural world and we are home to Stable Influence which is a program for the physically challenged. In addition, we host chili cooks offs ..etc for our clients..just for fun:)
Start with the basics, from there figure out what your goals are and a plan to reach them. Also, don't be afraid to switch trainers. Each trainer offers a different set of wisdoms and experince that you can learn and grow from.
What are your personal goals past learning basic horsemanship skills. Past that once you try it, if you don't enjoy say showing western pleasure..feel free to change until you find the event or riding style you enjoy most. Maybe you don't even want to show or compete. You may just want to do basic trail or work with horses and learn how they help to heal and help us by working with the non profit-Stable Influence and their riding program for the physically challenged.