Here we go!
Clear View Stables is the new home for Blaine Orris Eventing as of July 2014
(Sep '16) Blaine Orris Eventing at Clear View Stables is now accepting new clients for horse training including board. New horse? Re-schooling? It's Autumn, and a great time to enter your horse into a 2 to 3-month program that works for you and your horse. Lots of beautiful pasture, large indoor arena, outdoor arena and trails. Sign-up now and get the most out of this Winter for you and your horse. And, Spring '16 will be so much fun. Contact me soon for details!
(Sep '16) We are beginning a new lesson program. Whether you ride English, Western or just want to learn better ground work, we can help you build a solid foundation that will allow you and your horse to rise above the obstacles. No horse? No problem. We have lesson horses available to help you find a solid, well-grounded relationship. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (724) 986-5707.
Special Opportunity Available! Many Dressage riders work hard at learning and showing and when they get to Training Level, the competition is fierce and the judges are very critical. As a result, fewer riders go on to First and Second Level tests, due to fewer First & Second Level trained horses and/or rider instruction. Looking for a few riders interested in working to meet these ridership goals and opportunity to take lessons on a privately-owned Andalusian who has scored well at Second Level in Recognized Dressage Shows. If you believe you qualify for this opportunity, complete the form. The form is sent on a secure server and we do not share your information with any third-party.
BLAINE ORRIS -- a 3-day eventer and trainer, grew up around horses, starting with western and driving horses before he was introduced to 3-day eventing. He has trained with internationally known riders, including Leslie Law, George Morris and Tricia Dahms.
Blaine strives to improve the relationship between horse and rider. If you and your horse have trust between you, your horse is more likely to stay between you and the ground. It's all about breaking it down so horse and rider can understand the method of communication between them to achieve a good ride. Regardless of your discipline, the goal is to adequately communicate what you want from your horse.
FOR SALE -- "Habanero," 13-yr-old Andalusian gelding. Second-level Dressage Horse. USDF registered, Registered 2002 SMDR #1044715. Trustworthy, quiet, easy to take to shows. For price and more details, contact Wendy (info at top-right of page).