North Fort Collins, CO
Phone : (970)988-2667

Eclipse Ranch

Dedicated To Raising & Training Quality Performance Horses


Lessons may pertain to any of the following content:
- Groundwork
- Basic foundation for the rider
- Basic foundation for the horse
- Reining
- Ranch Riding
- Barrel Racing
- All Around performance
- English & Low level jumping foundation
- Cattle Sorting
- Cutting


1 Hour Private Riding Lesson 

Your Own Horse       $50

2 Hour Group Lesson (2+ Riders)

Your Horse    $40 each rider

                                       $60 each rider (for cattle)

1 Hour Private Working Cattle Lesson

Your Horse $75

Cow Play Days: 1st & 3rd Saturdays

Haul-ins $50/horse

Current Boarders: FREE

Open Riding: Haul Ins: $35/horse


$100 /DAY SHOW


$250 /CIRCUIT (3 DAYS)

+ $20 Hauling Fee/Horse (round trip up to 60 miles)

Show coaching is spending the show day with you, helping you prepare your horse, practicing patterns throughout the day and coaching you as you enter each class. You will be responsible for the class and stall fees of what ever classes you choose to enter.

We have horses available for lease for advanced, knowledgeable, skilled riders who are interested in showing
With every new rider, we start by seeing what the rider's goals are and what they hope to achieve and learn. We can teach riders everything from the ground up so (if desired) they can learn how to groom, halter, tie and handle a horse on the ground and proper safety as they learn how to saddle, flex/stretch and lunge the horse before they learn to ride. We specialize in all disciplines but primarily reining as well as show coaching of any discipline. We often practice exercises such as riding bareback, riding with no stirrups, english and western. Practicing patterns, two-tracking, side passing, pivoting, circles, figure eights and many more. And we encourage riders to ride more than just one horse so they become better riders as every horse learns and responds differently from one another. Once beginner riders have mastered the basic skills we work on their future goals. All depending on the rider and their passion, drive and goals for what they want. If the rider provides the goals, we will provide the training to get there.


All riders should be in proper attire while at the barn. This means, Jeans or Breeches, boots and spurs ( if your horse requires ). Also appropriate layers when its cold out such as gloves and winter jackets. No shorts (when riding), no flip flops! or tennis shoes (when riding). Accompanying parents should also be wearing proper foot wear such as boots or tennis shoes. No flip flops!


If you do not call, email or text to cancel your lesson and you do not show up for your lesson (no call/no show). You will still be charged for the lesson! No exceptions! Lessons must be paid for the same day they are taken or in advance.

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