LITTLE BURGUNDY FARM STABLES

Building discipline, confidence, and respect -- one ride at a time

Riding Club Information

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NEWS:
  • Girl Scouts Welcome:  LBF is an approved GSCNC High Adventure Activity provider. Email stables@littleburgundyfarm.com for scheduling.
  • March 2 Spring Vaccine Clinic:  Auditing open to all members; please sign up via email.
  • Farriers Clinic:  Auditing open to all members; please sign up via email. 
  • March 10:  Farrier visit
  • March 14 Competition:  Come support LBF riders at the Dressage Show at Frying Pan Farm Park
  • March 23 and March 30 Spring Camps:  Enroll now on the camp page.


Little Burgundy Farm is a small, private, equestrian facility located in Alexandria, Virginia. Tucked away in a neighborhood near the intersection of I-495 and Telegraph Road, this farm is a little country gem in the heart of the city. Little Burgundy Farm is well suited for the adult or youth rider interested in the advantages of horse ownership without the added expense and time commitments that full time horse ownership requires. 

The program is designed to teach horsemanship skills, including how to care for the horse, as well as how to ride. This is a riding school; all riding is done under instruction. All ages and all skill levels are welcome.

Please Note: Little Burgundy Farm does not offer trail rides, day rides or rides by the hour.*

*Except for active monthly members of the Riding Club Membership Program.

See links on left for trail riding in Virginia.


How to become a Little Burgundy Farm Member:

      First: Schedule a site visit. Little Burgundy Farm is a private facility where all sessions are by appointment only. Email to stables@littleburgundyfarm.com to request a personalized tour of our facility. This tour will include one-on-one introductions to the professional trainers and equine staff. At this site visit you will discuss the Riding Club. This club is essentially a fractional lease of a horse and facilities. For a monthly fee, you get access to a horse, tack, lighted riding arena, and barn facilities. You have two basic options: sole-use (private use) or shared use (group use). Sole use Members pay $250/month and have sole use of the facility with one horse for one hour per week. Shared-use Members pay $175/month and share the facility time, horses, tack and equipment with an additional Members(s) with one horse for one hour per week.

     Then: Schedule your sessions by sending an email to stables@littleburgundyfarm.com with your preferred schedule and desired recurring weekly ride time. All Members work with one of our Professional Instructors. These industry pros are independent contractors who work directly for you. Little Burgundy Farm trainers teach advanced horsemanship skills through multiple riding disciplines (USEF, USHJA, USEA, USDF.). Your trainer will create a personalized and structured tutorial just for you for each session. This comprehensive program is designed to improve your overall technique and address your specific goals. (Please Note: Trainer fees are paid separately from Membership fees.)

     If riders are looking for a farm close to the metro area where they can learn how to ride and how to care forhorses, then Little Burgundy Farm is the place to be.  Please look through the Riding Club page for more details on the program.

 

Building discipline, confidence, and respect -- one ride at a time