|At the Lazy "D" we provide a safe and enjoyable riding experience, and we want your visit to be a memorable
one. We take great pride in our clean and safe facility. As you step through the gate we hope you notice that our
entire facility is enclosed and surrounded with tight, clean fencing. We have a 60' round pen which works out
great for the first time and beginner riders. Guests are asked to stay in our designated viewing areas known as
our "Safe Zones" where they will have a full view of the round pen, the arena and the cross tie area.
The class will be from 1-3pm every Saturday. The cost for non students all ready
taking lessons is $35 per class and for current students you get a $10 discount.
This class will be a hands on class that deals with more non riding horse handling
and training as well as some riding. For more information please go to the horse
training class page.
Summer is fast approaching and we are planning our summer camps.
The first two sessions of camp are ready for sign ups.
Please let us know if you are interested in a full day horse camp or rodeo camp.
We will try and do a few play days during the winter depending on the weather.
Come out and say "Hi" to baby Lincoln. His full name is Five Dollar Bill but we're
calling him Lincoln. He's a rescue horse and is only 8 months old right now.
I've been busy designing a couple of t-shirts for the riding school. Please check
out the shirts and let me know what you think. T Shirt Page
Play Day Series
I'm working on the awards for the play day series don't give up on me I'm having a
little trouble ordering one of the awards and that's what I'm waiting on.
For the students that aren't competing in the play day series you can also win
awards at the end of the year by doing horse show classes at our play days.
Same rules apply to the horse show classes.
Please check the Camp page for more details.
Madeline is no longer a lesson horse. She is permanently retired as a riding
horse. She was diagnosed with a brain stem tumor that effects her balance. In
September 2011 she had an infection in her right eye. It's all cleared up now, but
she has lost two thirds of her vision in that eye. She is no longer safe to ride.
She will still be part of the riding school. We will use her for teaching saddling
and grooming at horse camp. Please stop by her pen and give her some love
and maybe a few apple treats, she loves attention. If any students would like to
stay an extra half hour after their lesson please ask to groom Madeline.
Play Day Series
The series will start in March and run through October. Having the series here
will give more students the opportunity to compete. Normally we can only take
one or two horses to a play day and only four students can compete. Now every
one can compete and we'll have four horses to compete on. We'll have an end of
the year awards banquet for the series. All the money put into the play day goes
right back into the awards at the end of the series. Please check out the play day
page for more information. If you need more information don't hesitate to ask.
What We Are Planning
We have a Horse Training/Horsemanship class starting January 25th
The Barrel Racing Clinic Will be in early March so everyone can get ready for the
season to start.
We don't have an exact date so please check back.
We are working on a lesson plan for an intermediate horse camp. This will be a follow
up camp for campers that have done the regular camp or if they are students of the
We are also working on an advanced camp for older kids or if they have a horse.
Please check out the camp page for more information and updates.
|Lazy D Riding School
Owned by Paul and Karen Davis
East Broken Arrow
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