Natural Equine Living
All ages, breeds, experience level, and seat are welcome!
There are four main legs (Ground, Ride/Drive, Stable, Healing) to the horsemanship program, each building on another.
Groundwork Natural Horsemanship Principals
Red Light Therapy/Tensegrity Balancing/Bemer
Confidence (both rider/handler and the horse)
Trailering: Loading, Unloading
Western: Dressage, Reining, Team Penning, Sorting, Versatility
English: Equitaion, Pleasure, Hunter/Jumper, Dressage
Level Testing is ongoing, keep eyes on FB for events.
Reminder that Winter Lessons switch February!!!
February 4th and 18th 10-12pm will be unmounted lessons (mix of indoor and outdoor)
Located in Monmouth, Maine USA on 40 acres ofpastures and wooded trails. Outdoor ring, trails, walking distance to schools, family oriented atmosphere, and quality care. The original barn was built in the 1800's and has been used as the town "Fort" in the beginning. Sometimes we even find old pumpkin bricks along the stone walls in the trails. There is a hay "Claw" with a running track in the lofts, and tons of nostalgia here.
Do you have a favorite horse here at the stables? Did you know they have their own line of clothing?
Click Here for Merch Tank Tops, Sweatshirts, Winter Jackets, Tumblers, Stickers, Stationary, Helmet Bags, Treat Pouches, Crocks, Wall Art and Wrapping Paper!
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TikTok Too... you can see all the different animals and projects here!
Are you interested in having a clinic or group lesson at your facility? Please contact to schedule today.
Would you like to learn how to communicate with animals? Please see the animal communications/classes page to sign up now.
Please take a peek at the site elementalclearing.com it runs in conjunction with the communications/energy work. Complete with class times, and location.
Katherine B. Ludewig has been riding horses for over 30+yrs in Western, English, Trail, Dressage, and is a Certified Mounted Police Officer.
" I have studied under the guidance of many different trainers, utilizing the positive training principles to build a responsive relationship for horse and rider. I believe in the philosophy that the team is continually, effectively, and skillfully communicating with the each other. Always together, working toward the attainable goal(s) that the student and I have set. The student becomes the natural leader in the relationship, yet sometimes a humble student of the horse too! Consistency in the team is key to enhancing the horse and rider to further their abilities and education using natural aids, not artificial ones. Healing the horse and rider are just as important as the riding and trainig aspect. Each individual team is wonderful to work with and incorporating the element of fun too!"