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Serene Acres Pony Club

We offer an opportunity for riders to take part in the United States Pony Club. USPC allows riders to compete in many different horse sports. The program extends opportunities to learn about care of the horse, to become better riders and enhance general lifeskills.

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Serene Acres Show Team

Show Team is a group of riders who wish to take their riding to the next level. Shows that riders may attend are Hunters, Jumpers, Eventing, Dressage and Rallies. Some shows are local for beginners and we support you at each event with coaching, use of Serene Acres school horses and ponies. All levels of rider are welcome and any age. Show Team is for young riders and adults as every show has a class for you.

Show team members receive extra ride time to practice, reduced fees for coaching and the support of the team. 

Coach Olivia has been coaching for several years whilst enjoying competition at her level, She knows how to bring the best out of her riders with endless encouragement! 

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Menagerie Carry On with OW

Training of horses and ponies

If you have a horse or pony that you would like to place with us to sell or train, we can offer a tailored package. Our training includes all aspects of showing to produce a show ready horse or pony. We work with all those in training on the basics to the fine tuning. 

  • Ground Work
  • Cross Tie
  • Farrier
  • Clipping
  • Loading in Trailer
  • Standing for Mounting
  • Under Saddle

Serene Acres is delighted to COACH the Loudoun Valley IEA TEAM in 2016 & 2017/2018

The unique aspect of the competitions, both at the local and national level, is that none of the riders will supply their own horses or tack. Instead, the host team arranges for the horses and equipment. Since the horse is new to the rider, the scores are based upon horsemanship and equitation. All disciplines offer a variety of ability levels from beginner through advanced. The IEA has set guidelines for the placement of new riders entering the IEA to allow for the unique program format of riding an unfamiliar horse.