News & Upcoming Events.

2017 News!!!



Taking Riding lesson applications Now!

Riding Lesson Information

Reasonable, Exciting, Confidence Builder!

Basic Riding ($200.00 for 1x a week for 6 weeks - includes use of boots & helmet)

Basic riding consists of enrolling in a weekly program on well-schooled horses with experienced Instructors. They may start in private lessons to establish confidence, building trust, proper position, safe handling, strength and correct aids. Students will learn proper grooming, saddling, & foot care. This program is your cheapest and safest way for a beginner to feel comfortable and to gain knowledge on what it takes to become a partner with a horse. In time you will build and increase self-confidence and feel self-satisfaction.

Disciplines - If a student is happy and content and would like to continue with lessons they are welcomed to stay in the basic program until we all agree that they have achieved a level of advancement. Once a student has been brought to that level options will be discussed, for example Dressage, Hunter, Western, Drilling, Vaulting, Competing, or Performing. The cost and commitment to the advanced lessons will also be discussed at this time.

Dressage - 
Where horse and rider are expected to perform from memory a series of predetermined movements. Group - ($240.00 for 1x a week for 6 weeks) Hunter/Jumper 
Show hunters, ideally, show many qualities such as manners, fluid movement, and correct jumping style. Group - ($240.00 for 1x a week for 6 weeks)

Western Style - 
Horses trained to exercise a certain degree of independence thus a riding style developed that emphasized a deep, secure seat, and training methods encouraged a horse to be responsive on very light leg and rein contact. Group - ($240.00 for 1x a week for 6 weeks)

Equestrian Vaulting/
Gymnastics - Can be on horseback or on floor. Used to improve balance, attention, gross motor skill, confidence and most of all pure fun.

Equestrian Drilling - An equestrian drill team is a group of horses and riders performing choreographed maneuvers to music. Teams typically perform at rodeos, horse fairs, parades, benefits, and drill team competitions. Drill teams are intended to entertain, show sportsmanship, horsemanship, teamwork and dedication. Group - ($240.00 for 1x a week for 6 weeks)

University Student Specials - Semi private classes (2) $40.00 each or group of (3 or 4) $35.00 each class available. Hst included and the use of a helmet & boots. University costs so much, limiting your funds to try new things, this offer is for new students who would love to try lessons but could not afford them without a discount. Students will start with the basics and move accordingly to skill level and commitment. Join in the fun, great confidence builder and good for the soul! Make friends or have fun with your friend already, it is all left up to you!

2017 Calendar Prepared!

Below is 2017 Calendar of Events

Don't forget Camp Registration coming soon!

March 15th March Break Camp Day

April 7th Equine First Aid

April 8th Camp Registration

April 10th Western Dressage

April 15th, 22nd, 29th, Adult Intro to Horse Classes

April 21st Xtreme Cowboy

April 22nd Bring a Friend

April 30th Free Horse Day at Lazee G Ranch (Please bring in a can good))

May 6th Level Testing (Lazee G Ranch students)

May 27th Camp Registration

June 4th In-House Horse Show

June 5th-10th Grandparents Week

June 9th P.A. Day Camp (Open to Public) Cancelled not enough participation! Maybe next time!

June 25th Mason Foundation Charity (Hosted by Lazee G)

July 22nd & July 23rd Annual Shodeo at Lazee G Ranch (Open to the Public)

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Every year it gets better and better at Lazee G Ranch!

We would like to send support to all of our Lazee G Ranch teams for the 2017 year!


A Message From Hanna Gagnon (Colenutt)

I have been an instructor at Lazee G Ranch for many years, and I must say we have been blessed with many amazing young kids, who have not only excelled with their riding skills but, have also become sympathetic and kind young adults. Many of the students at Lazee G have become part of our extended family and we love having them around. The Shodeo that was performed this past summer was just an example of how talented the staff and students at Lazee G really are, this year we plan on having many more of our ambitious students participate. We can't wait to start working with you and practicing some new routines and acts for the next show. I personally would like to thank all the students, parents and others who have expressed their opinion about how Lazee G Ranch has made a difference in their life. The staff and I, all feel the same, we cherish all of our students at the ranch and hope they are learning and enjoying their time spent with the horses and staff too! Keep up the good work, we are very proud of our students and look forward to seeing many of them again! Sincerely, Hanna

A Message From Dr. Jennie Bacon (Former Instructor of Lazee G Ranch)

I still feel like Lazee G is my second home even though its been years since I moved away! Working at the farm was one of my most rewarding experiences and it has given me so much that I can carry forth into my career! I learned to be confident, organized, creative and how to work as a team. Brenda, Joe and all of the instructors truly care about each student and want to give them the best possible equestrian experience. I try to update the website whenever I have free time! Can't wait to see you again Brenda and Joe (and everyone else!) Jennie