Corner House Farm Riding School is situated in the large village of Douglassville, Pennsylvania, USA, on 38 acres. It opened in 1999 with just two horses and a pony and now has 6 horses and ponies available for riding lessons, catering to all skill levels.
Corner House Farm specializes in helping people regain their confidence in riding, handling horses and in life in general. Lessons are geared to each individual.
Horses are wonderful healers.
Louise Jordan-Beam, APC (BHSAI)
Owner, Trainer and Instructor of
Corner House Farm Riding School
Louise is a British Horse Society registered Assistant Instructor, (BHSAI), now known as an Accredited Professional Coach (APC).
The philosophy of lessons at Corner House Farm are that they are fun but geared towards safety.
Right from the start students are taught how to be around horses in the barn, in the stalls and whilst handling and riding them.
Progress is gradual to ensure that the student understands what is being asked of them. Louise teaches to British Horse Society (BHS) standards whether in riding or horse care with safety being the most important subject.
Corner House Farm (CHF) uses Progression Tests in both riding and horse care to help the students improve their knowledge.
Louise is the FIRST British Horse Society APC to offer their Challenge Awards in the USA.She opened the door for others to help spread the BHS standards in the USA.
Students have the opportunity of competing on the schools horses on the website Interdressage.com, where Corner House Farm has won The Riding School of the Year four years in a row and have won and placed highly in the individual adult and junior leagues. Some students also compete locally successfully on the school's horses.
Lessons are available in horse care, general riding, dressage, lungeing and long lining, jumping and trail riding. Read our reviews on the About page.
Unfortunately we lost Prissy in 2022. She had been giving lessons at the farm for about 18 years. She had taught a lot of children how to ride over the years and was successful at shows too. She will be hard to replace.
Captain and Louise
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