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Thaddle Do Farm (thaddle sounds like saddle) is a small private farm on the west side of Gainesville in the Jonesville area. We offer private riding lessons for ages (7 and up) for beginner children and adults, as well as novice riders wanting to get back into riding. Students will have the opportunity to learn as much about horses as if they were to own one themselves.

We focus on dressage lessons here, although students will learn the 2 point position (prerequisite to jumping) as well as trail and show etiquette.

After 9 wonderful years on our 14+ acre farm in Jonesville, we announce the move we are making to our NW 142nd Ave High Springs property. There we will have 450+ acres (been in the family for over 60 years) of timber forest to trail ride students through, along with much darker night skies with brightly sparkling stars in the month of July 2017. We will be settling into our new location August 2017 and building the farm from the ground up. Please see our facebook for the progression of the process, and invite all interested persons who want to learn to ride to contact Rebecca.

Our Mission
To promote safe, humane and ethical equine training for students and horses. To present a professional appearance and demeanor, and to enrich the lives of those interested in learning multiple aspects of horsemanship. To conduct personal and business affairs with honesty and integrity, to the highest professional standard.

Please call or email me for more information. Please visit our SUMMER HORSE CAMP site. All-girl, residential, English riding camp where we encourage riders to bring their own horses for top notch training in dressage, jumping, cross-country, stable management and more!

Thaddledo Farm, Inc. promotes growth, learning, hope and opportunity for horse enthusiasts – both young and older – through the use of responsive equine techniques, both on and off the horse.