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Any Whiz Way, aka "Big", is a 17 year old AQHA gelding that has been a lesson horses at BPH for several years. As a past NRHA futurity champion, Big is an asset to the team as a reining horse, but also lends him self as a ranch pleasure, walk trot, and trail lessons.
Hollywood Jac is a 13 year old half Arab gelding donated to the Arizona Reining Equestrian Team. Now retired from reining, he is an outstanding asset to our horsemanship division.
Jessica Bein is a level 2 ARIA certified instructor for Saddleseat and Reining.
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In addition, we offer Saddle Seat Eq and introductory dressage lessons.
Elenor Rigby is an 8 year old purebred mare that is for intermediate and advanced riders in the horsemanship and reining when she is not in foal. "Elle" is currently in foal to TA Mozart for a March 2017.
MK Check Please is a 13 year old AQHA gelding. "Cash" a NRHA silver certificate earner, and available for intermediate and advanced interested in rookie reining at NRHA shows.
My Khinda Destinee is a 6 year old half Arab mare out of our own, I'm Destinees Hobby! "Kharoline" is a jack of all trades, successfully showing in trail, reining, sport horse, and cross rails.
Victoria Roe started taking lesson at 7 years old and is now a multi national champion in several divisions!
Nicky, who’s show name is In The Nic Of Time+/, is a 3 time reserve national champion, half arabian hunter mare. She is extremely smooth and great to learn to canter on! She does western, hunter, horsemanship, side saddle, & showmanship.
Destinee is 20 YEARS OLD AND IS A 20 time national champion show horse, known as Im Destinees Hobby+// throughout the country. When she is not being leased out as a show horse by students, she gives all levels of lessons from bareback to trail and reining.
Toasty is a miniature horse that only gives driving lessons. He is ideal for timid students, and younger children that lack the attention span to take a whole lesson. Come take him for a drive!