Training

Wild Bay Farm provides the training services of head trainer, Sarah Fulton-Smith. Clients appreciate Sarah's kind, structured, and consistent approach to teaching riders and training horses. We individually evaluate each horse and rider and customize a training experience that best suits their needs. Wild Bay Farm provides a supportive learning atmosphere for horse and rider.

Full & Partial Training

A program will be designed for horses, or a horse and rider combo, that are trained by Sarah and her team ~5 days per week for full training, or 3 days per week for partial training. All young horses are considered full training horses.

Full training board - $1325

Partial training board - $1050

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Lessons

Trailer-in lessons are $65

Lessons within half an hour drive  - $75

Half day clinics and lessons further than an hour can be arranged (inquire for pricing)

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Sales

We would be more than happy to help you find your new partner or sell your horse to the perfect home or both! Sarah will take all of the stress out of horse shopping for you! From communicating with sellers, trying horses with you to arranging vetting, transportation or whatever you need her to do!

Sarah takes pride in her ability to find the right home for your horse through honest communication. We provide training to prepare the horse for sale and full service marketing. Traditional 10% sales fee.

Our young horse program is comprehensive and focused on providing a well-rounded base for each horse to pursue any discipline.  Not only do young horses learn to perform a job under saddle, but they become accustomed to the life of a working horse. Horses are taught to stand tied, stand still, be groomed, clipped and saddled, as well as leading nicely and loading in a horse trailer. In addition to being started under saddle and ridden in an arena, young horses will be exposed to being ridden outside of the arena on trails with other horses and alone, polls on the ground, and jumps, etc. Horses that remain in training at Wild Bay Farm or horses that have received their start elsewhere will have an individualized training program developed for them to move up the dressage levels and prepare for upper level competition.