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  • Magnolia,   TX   77354
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'A Full Service Horsemanship Center'

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Pinebrook Farms has been successfully raising, training, and showing horses since the early 60's. The farm and it's owners have taught students, both youth and amateurs, to show champions in 5 different breed associations.

Jorine Seale is a Certified CHA (Certified Horsemanship Association) Master Instructor and CHA Clinic Instructor in both English and Western riding. She has taught horsemanship through the Lone Star College System KINE Dept. in Tomball for 16 years. She has served on youth advisory boards for Church, schools, 4-H, breed associations, theater organizations and art and crafts programs. She has served on the advisory board for S.I.R.E., (a group helping handicapped riders,) and is active in several Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo committees. Jorine was also chosen to assist the City of Tomball with their Sister City Project by conducting two clinics on western riding in their sister city, Telgte, Germany, in April 2000.

Carefully screened camp instructors teach horsemanship, riding lessons, and other activities, in a professional manner, with patience, consideration, and a sense of fun. All of our staff, including counselors and volunteers, go through training workshops every year, prior to camp. They are required to have current CPR and First Aid certification. All employees must successfully pass an extensive background check.

Our entire team of helpers, including junior counselors, and volunteers, all follow the standards and requirements established by CHA, (Certified Horsemanship Association).

Our goal is for our students and clients to learn and grow in their ability safely, and have as much fun as we do. We continue to be actively involved with the North American Horseman's Association, Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA), and national instructor and riding programs. We attend workshops, conferences and clinics to learn new skills, improve techniques and horsemanship knowledge, which we enjoy sharing with our students.

Jorine has trained with some of the nation's foremost trainers and continues to attend clinics, workshops and conferences to stay abreast of the newest trends and techniques in riding. She and her students have won national honors showing 5 different breeds of horses. She was Horse Project Leader with the Tomball 4-H Club for seven years, and served on the Texas 4-H Adult Advisory Board. She currently teaches A 16 week ADULT RIDING / HORSEMANSHIP COURSE here at farm. (See CAMP DIRECTOR and SHOWING) She also teaches horsemanship as an off campus P.E. course for area school districts.

 

Riding Lessons at Pinebrook Farms provide:

A safe and fun approach to learning about horses

An 80'x200' covered riding arena

Qualified, experienced instructors with training in English, (Huntseat), Dressage, Western, (rail, timed,and show events) and Vaulting

Gentle, well trained, responsive lesson horses

We recommend that students be 7 years old before starting lessons

Safe tack and equipment used for lessons

All riders are required to wear hard sole boots or shoes. They must come up over the ankles and have at least a three-quarter inch heel. Approved riding helmets are also required

Easy to understand lessons that teach:

Safety around horses

Good feeding and stabling procedures

Better riding techniques, (using a balanced seat and correct cues)

Instincts & behavior of horses, (why they act the way they do)

Good grooming and tacking up processes

How to care for the horse

Horse health issues

And much more

For more information visit us at: http://www.pinebrook-farms.com

 

 

 
Pinebrook Farms has been successfully raising, training, and showing horses since the early 60's. The farm and it's owners have taught students, both youth and amateurs, to show champions in 5 different breed associations.

Jorine Seale is a Certified CHA (Certified Horsemanship Association) Master Instructor and CHA Clinic Instructor in both English and Western riding. She has taught horsemanship through the Lone Star College System KINE Dept. in Tomball for 16 years. She has served on youth advisory boards for Church, schools, 4-H, breed associations, theater organizations and art and crafts programs. She has served on the advisory board for S.I.R.E., (a group helping handicapped riders,) and is active in several Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo committees. Jorine was also chosen to assist the City of Tomball with their Sister City Project by conducting two clinics on western riding in their sister city, Telgte, Germany, in April 2000.

Carefully screened camp instructors teach horsemanship, riding lessons, and other activities, in a professional manner, with patience, consideration, and a sense of fun. All of our staff, including counselors and volunteers, go through training workshops every year, prior to camp. They are required to have current CPR and First Aid certification. All employees must successfully pass an extensive background check.

Our entire team of helpers, including junior counselors, and volunteers, all follow the standards and requirements established by CHA, (Certified Horsemanship Association).

Our goal is for our students and clients to learn and grow in their ability safely, and have as much fun as we do. We continue to be actively involved with the North American Horseman's Association, Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA), and national instructor and riding programs. We attend workshops, conferences and clinics to learn new skills, improve techniques and horsemanship knowledge, which we enjoy sharing with our students.

Jorine has trained with some of the nation's foremost trainers and continues to attend clinics, workshops and conferences to stay abreast of the newest trends and techniques in riding. She and her students have won national honors showing 5 different breeds of horses. She was Horse Project Leader with the Tomball 4-H Club for seven years, and served on the Texas 4-H Adult Advisory Board. She currently teaches A 16 week ADULT RIDING / HORSEMANSHIP COURSE here at farm. (See CAMP DIRECTOR and SHOWING) She also teaches horsemanship as an off campus P.E. course for area school districts.

 

Riding Lessons at Pinebrook Farms provide:

A safe and fun approach to learning about horses

An 80'x200' covered riding arena

Qualified, experienced instructors with training in English, (Huntseat), Dressage, Western, (rail, timed,and show events) and Vaulting

Gentle, well trained, responsive lesson horses

We recommend that students be 7 years old before starting lessons

Safe tack and equipment used for lessons

All riders are required to wear hard sole boots or shoes. They must come up over the ankles and have at least a three-quarter inch heel. Approved riding helmets are also required

Easy to understand lessons that teach:

Safety around horses

Good feeding and stabling procedures

Better riding techniques, (using a balanced seat and correct cues)

Instincts & behavior of horses, (why they act the way they do)

Good grooming and tacking up processes

How to care for the horse

Horse health issues

And much more

For more information visit us at: http://www.pinebrook-farms.com

 

 

 
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