New Year is here and we are off and running at the barn!Horses and riders enjoyed some extra lessons over the holidays and some down time as well to rest and recover from a very busy 2012 - we are now back in full swing and looking forward to another fun and successful 2013.For those of you who are showing - believe it or not - the time is now! Forms for Gold Creek and Monroe shows will be
Well, it hasn't been months and months, but we've still managed to be busy and then even busier since our last post!We headed off to the Jeff Cook clinic in November with Ella and Pink and Katherine and Phalcon. Both of the horses were great and Ella was complimented by Jeff when he said she was "a good concentrater" . We came home with some great notes to work on and have been brushing up on
As we get ready to do another update, we look back on our past one and realize we were just entering the summer - getting ready for some nice rides in the sun and some great horse shows - well, it has been awhile as now, outside the window, it is a beautiful evening, but boy, is it chilly! Hopefully you all are staying bundled up at home and the barn!Toby strutting his stuff at Thunderbird!
Wow! Has it been awhile! Well, things have been busy around the barn - let's get everyone caught up on the latest barn news!;In February, we added another new horse to the barn - Emily and her very own Toby (known as Toby 2!) joined the team and added another horse to Hunter Row - those hunters are making a run for the jumpers in terms of attendance all of sudden! We are very excited to have
Happy New Year, Everyone! Hopefully this writing finds you all happy, healthy and well on your way to a wonderful 2012! We are excited about the upcoming year!We ended last year with our favorite Holiday Party - the highlights included the wonderful year-end video put together by Rory (thank you! thank you!) and our annual in-barn year end awards. The video included tons of highlights from theread more
Sundance Equestrian Industries, Ltd. provides boarding and training services to the local hunter/jumper equestrian community.
Located in Woodinville, Washington, we offer training for both the horse and rider looking to compete and have fun in a team environment.
The training program was developed by Katherine Wade-Easley incorporating techniques and concepts developed over a lifetime of riding, instructing and study of proven equestrian methods. In fact, Katherine is one of the first five trainers in the state of Washington to be certified as a Trainer by the United States Hunter/Jumper Association (USHJA).
Katherine and her team work with everyone from the beginner horse and rider, to the horse and rider competing on the “A” circuit. A “team approach” is emphasized in lessons and at competitions. This fosters a positive, supportive experience, and the barn enjoys a warm, welcoming environment.
If you're interested in lessons, bringing your horse in for training, or looking to buy or sell a horse, please feel free to contact us to set up a time to tour the facility and meet our staff and horses.