Leasing at Belle Wood
Leasing a horse has so many great benefits for students of all levels and experience!
Leasing gives the experience of owning a horse without the high initial costs or risk associated with a horse purchase.
Leasing gives riders more saddle time and allows them to develop and refine their skill set. Riders will be able to improve their horsemanship and develop further their riding abilities while focusing on specific goals working one on one with one horse. Belinda works carefully with clients to develop a customized practice and lesson schedule with specific rider development objectives in mind.
Belle Wood Equestrian does not entertain off-property leasing of Belle Wood owned Horses
For more information, please contact Belinda at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are interested in Leasing at Belle Wood and do not see a mount suitable or that meets your needs, please contact Belinda directly as we may not have everything posted.
Breed: British Riding Pony x Welsh Pony
Lupin is a true barn favourite! Lupin is the definition of cool, calm and collected. No spook, no bolt, no buck. He has shown at local schooling shows up to the Trillium level. He is the ideal dream pony for all levels of riders, from the beginner rider to a show rider looking to be competitive in the Medium Pony Ring. Lupin also enjoys hacking and getting snacks from his little riders.
Breed: Polish Warmblood
Sweet disposition, lovey movement with a 10 plus jump and expression to top off the whole package! Swede a.k.a "The Unicorn" is the amateur rider's dream. With show experience in the hunter rings, she's ready for her next hunter rider!
Veuve has quite literally done it all! From teaching kids to ride to hunter/jumper schooling shows, he is a steady guy who is enjoys his job.
Breed: Hanoverian x Quarter Horse
A fun, enthusiastic jumper, Beckham has a wonder jump and a lovely floating trot. Beckham has experience in the 2'6 hunters. Beckham is suited for the the hunter or jumper rings. Beckham prefers to have mature riders as young children are not his favourite.