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Payson’s Taylor Ranch invites public to learn more about Arabian horses

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r Taylor Ranch is a World Renowned Arabian Horse Breeding farm in Payson, UT that has shown and exported horses all over the world. This year we are taking part in the Time to Ride Challenge, that is sponsored by the American Horse Council, a nation wide effort focused on welcoming newcomers to horseback riding and the Arabian horse.

We will have 10 Campers starting Tuesday July 5 through 9 from 8AM – 2PM. During Camp they will learn about Stable Management, Grooming and Riding. We will have visit from our Farrier and see a horse shod on Wednesday. Campers also get to make a custom Photo frame and Stick Horse.

On Saturday, July 9 from 1-3PM the campers will be teaching our Open House Guests about what they learned during camp. Guests will be able to learn the History of the Horse, as well as how versatile the Arabian can be. They will be able to pet a horse and get their photo taken with an Arabian in a Traditional Native Costume. We will have an Arabian horse Exhibition at 2PM.

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This is a FREE opportunity for the public to visit one of the Top Arabian Breeding Farms in the world. We will also be doing a raffle for free Riding lessons. Guests can inquire about Riding Lessons and see our beautiful Arabian Horses.

You can find more information about our services at our website www.taylorarabians.com or follow us on Facebook at: Taylor Ranch Lesson Program. To sign up for camp, lessons or just to ask a question please Email: lessons@taylorarabians.com.

 

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