Field Day

 
 

Our Mission

At Field Day, our mission is horses and people.  We specialize in helping people develop their riding skills, understand their horses and reach their riding goals.  Like many people and businesses, we are blessed with varied talents.  We also specialize in horse or animal-related videography and web design.


Riding Lessons

Instructor Camie Stockhausen focuses on fun, confidence and safety.  She has experience teaching people who are new to riding and helping very sophisticated rider/horse pairs.  More about Camie


Horse Training

Our methods are logical, clear and kind.  We keep training blogs that let you know how your horse is progressing.  Horses get plenty of turnout and daily personal attention, even on their days off.  We have great relationships with top notch vets and farriers for your horse.  More on Training


Clinics

Riding horses is about more than just keeping the horse between you and the ground.  Take a clinic with Camie and enjoy your riding and your horse more.  Schedule


Available Horses

Our philosophy regarding selling horses is simple.  Both the horse and the rider must be suited to each other.  We sell horses that are trained at Field Day only, so buyers can rest assured the horses are represented accurately, and logically trained.  If you are looking for a horse, we can probably help.  Contact Camie


Videography

State of the art video and editing equipment is combined with an eye for animals and people in Field Day Video Production.  Find out more.


Web Design

We are professional grade web designers.  With a strong command of the written word as well as how to organize a site graphically, we can make your web presence speak well for you.  Whether you would like to begin a web presence, are looking for a re-design of your present site or would like help with just a few things that are perplexing you, we can help.  Find out more.

Riding Instruction and Training

Videography and Web Design Services

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Site photos courtesy Derith Vogt unless otherwise noted.

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