Coboard

Coboard

Coboard rider cantering

Fire Fly Stables offers coboard programs as a way for students to further connect with their horses, and allow for extra riding time, without owning their own horse. Coboarding can be especially helpful for students planning to show, or improve quickly in a shorter period of time.
Some horses not pictured below are available for coboard, and different packages may be available for specific horses. Be sure to check with your instructor if you are interested in coboard so we can ensure you are getting the best package for you. Contact Us.

2021 Coboard Prices


Horses for Coboard


Hugs, a horse for Coboard

Hugs

10.2hh Shetland Pony gelding
Hugs would be ideal for a young rider with an experienced parent to help them along. He knows how to walk and trot under saddle, and has cantered and trotted small jumps with a more experienced rider. Rider weight max 80lbs.

Lena, a horse for Coboard

Lena

15hh Haflinger x Thoroughbred mare
Lena would be ideal for an intermediate or experienced rider. She takes up leg and can accommodate a taller rider. She has a strong dressage foundation and a scopey jump. Lena has experience showing combined training, and could easily take a rider up the showjumping or eventing levels.

DW, a horse for Coboard

DW

12.3hh Welsh Pony mare
DW is a forward ride and suited for anyone from a confident beginner to a smaller advanced rider. She has a lovely jump, and has competed in hunters and jumpers.

Geppetto at a dressage show

Geppetto

17.2hh Warmblood cross gelding
Geppetto is a forward ride suited to an advanced rider, or an intermediate rider willing to commit to lessons. Geppetto has experience showing in both dressage and combined training.

Penny in the trailer

Penny

16.2hh Dutch Harness mare
Penny is an easy-going mare best suited to walk-trot and trail rides. She can carry a larger rider, and is also suitable for someone who just wants a horse to spend time with.