Windsong Arabians

Windsong Arabians

5.0 (6)
1 hire on
36 years in business

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     Quiet family farm with horseback riding lessons that include safety on the ground and on the horse while learning the basics of a balanced seat and aids.  Practice sessions and leasing are available.  Our indoor arena allows riding even in inclimate weather.

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Mt Airy, MD 21771
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6 Reviews


  • Jennifer Lupkin

    1-1 detail oriented instruction from a very knowledgeable instructor. Very clean facility hosting well kept schooling horses.

  • Charles Bernard

    Excellent for boarding and dressage lessons. Owner Sue Doll has worked with my daughter since April 2019 on a rescue Arabian mix and both horse and rider have made huge progress. Sue has such an incredibly calm demeanor and is just an amazing trainer who understands horses. We feel extremely fortunate to have been referred here by a friend. Lovely idyllic location with lots of charm and the facility is always immaculate!

  • Stacey Niebuhr

    Sue Doll has been my instructor for over 10 years. I am not a naturally gifted rider; Sue instructs me with patience and wisdom.

  • Kari Davidson

    Excellent, well-managed barn for lessons. The lesson horses available are safe, well-behaved and expertly trained. Sue is dedicated to teaching riders about natural aids and overall horsemanship. She is generous with both her time and information and customizes each lesson for the student's needs . My daughter had been riding for a few years, but usually in a group lesson setting. With Sue's individualized approach and attention to detail, she was able to pinpoint several things she had not learned correctly and improve them quickly. The skills and techniques taught can be used in many disciplines and will help her be a better rider (and overall student) for many years to come!

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How did you get started teaching?

      I was watching one of our leasers riding and felt I could help her improve her communication with her horse.  I began giving her some pointers and realized that I could help more individuals interested in horseback riding.

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