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Christen Bonn
  • Oneida, TN
  • United States
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How many horses do you own?
15
What breed do you own primarily?
We have a bit of everything!
Where was your favorite trail riding experience?
Big South Fork
Tell us something about you, anything.
Adjacent to the Big South Fork, Airpark Equestrian Stables is an upscale Equestrian Center. With a 100'x200' outdoor arena, 60' round pen, and new 11 stall barn why would you choose anywhere else.

Offering; guided horseback riding through 450 acres of privately owned land and into the Big South Fork National Park, english and western riding instruction, horse training using the natural horsemanship techniques, and long and short term horse boarding.
Please note your farm, ranch or business website address if you would like to.
http://www.airparkstables.com
List any other website address that you are affiliated with.
http://www.bsfairpark.com

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CHA Certification

Clinic Instructors Fred Bruce and Jane Olsen welcomed Matthew and Christen at Cohutta Springs. Together with 9 other instructor candidates they began their clinic with a riding evaluation. Matthew and Christen both received almost top rank. Then came the written test on horse safety, health, and theory. Again, both passed with flying colors. Now that the clinic instructors were aware of everyone’s riding abilities, it was time to begin the week’s worth of instructing evaluations.

Each day… Continue

Posted on May 19, 2009 at 7:50pm

Training Belle

On April 1st, Zippo Belle Bars, Belle turned two years old. That meant baby time was over and its time to start learning to be a “big horse.” Belle already had good ground manners, stood well for the farrier, and has already been exposed to the wash stall bath. So, it was time to hit the round pen. The first day was her longest day. It was hard for Belle in the beginning because she has some separation anxiety we she leaves her mom and pasture mate (they have never had to be separated). But… Continue

Posted on May 19, 2009 at 7:45pm

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