To Amy Hanssen Training Center Lesson
(Must Be Riding In A Minimum Of One Lesson Per Week.)
owned by the Amy Hanssen Training Center
are available to serious students for leasing. Leasing is recommended for students and
parents considering buying a horse. The
student incurs all expenses including board,
shoeing and vet work. Students are considered
boarders and are entitled to those benefits.
leasing program is designed to allow an
option to ownership to riders who do not
presently own a horse. It brings closer
involvement and more "horse hours" without
the responsibility or financial obligations
of purchasing a horse.
horse leasing program is set up with two basic
options, each priced differently. However,
other options are always possible. "LET'S
With a private lease you are the only rider. If you choose this option, it
is your responsibility to be sure the horse is turned out of its stall on a
daily basis. If you are unable to be at the barn to do this, someone on the
staff can exercise or turn out the horse for you. It is up to you to make these
addition to the exercise responsibility,
a private lease is more costly than a semi-private
With a semi-private lease the horse is either leased to more than one rider
or used, as needed, in the lesson program. If you are the only rider, a schedule
for use of the horse will be arranged which does not conflict with the rider's.
(In other words, the rider leasing the horse gets dibs.) If you are sharing
a lease, you share exercise duties with the other rider and arrange a convenient
schedule for use of the horse.
a semi-private lease the barn automatically
assumes the responsibility of turning the
horse out of its stall on a daily basis.
Keep in Mind:
Some horses can be available to be leased and shown at Quarter Horse Shows. The pricing will be the same as the Private Lease. See Amy or Virginia to see what horses might be available.
prices, call us at 716-735-7988 or send
us an email.
OF A LEASED HORSE
both leasing options regular veterinary
care is paid by the farm. (Amy Hanssen
negligent injury to the horse, however,
will be the responsibility of the rider.
Common sense should prevail here. Don't
assume anything, if in doubt, ASK! (e.g.
If the rider does something dumb, like
tie the horse to a car door, the rider
will pay for both repairs to the car door
and to the horse.)
bridles, and other tack will be provided
by the farm. If a lesson is in progress
and the tack you need is being used, you
will have to wait until the lesson is over.
It is mandatory that your horse have a day of rest after each horse show. This means you may not ride the horse, but turning out and bathing is acceptable.