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  • Cameron Oaks Farm
    There are no words to describe this beautiful farm- you just have to come check it out! With over fifty students, we have something for everyone. Students range in age from five to seventy-five and all enjoy the lessons from our three wonderful trainers, all while relaxing on this 50+ acre farm.
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    6491 Highway 51
    Wilsonville, AL US
  • Hidden Hills Equestrian Center
    Hidden Hills Equestrian Center's owner and trainer, Stephanie Howard Gingles, shares her equine-related wisdom with casual and competitive riders during horse-riding lessons, which cover English-, hunter-, and jumper-style riding techniques and horse-care methods. Hidden Hills Equestrian Center's owner and trainer, Stephanie Howard Gingles, shares her equine-related wisdom with casual and competitive riders during horse-riding lessons, which cover English-, hunter-, and jumper-style riding techniques and horse-care methods. The facility’s lush, emerald expanses and white fences reserve a spacious area for advanced lessons in jumping and horse showing. Students can borrow one of Hidden Hills’ horses for riding lessons and fast-food runs, or can bring along their own steeds. Horse owners can also find adequate lodgings for their four-legged companions in Hidden Hills’ boarding stalls, which include grooming, feeding, and blanketing services.
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    6745 Highway 55
    Wilsonville, AL US
  • Stepping Stone Farm
    Along Stepping Stone Farm's 130 acres of pastures and tree-studded hills, owner Courtney Huguley provides opportunities for students to hone horsemanship skills and connect with natural surroundings. During lessons, Courtney and assistant instructor Elizabeth Stevenson teach students the basics of saddleseat riding, a traditional English style from which many other methods have originated, including jousting with swimming noodles. Once students gain comfort and confidence during private lessons, the instructors introduce them to group lessons with up to four other riders to master walking, trotting, and synchronized neighing. Weeklong summer camps are also available for younger riders. During these sessions, each camper is assigned to one specific horse, learning responsibility and companionship.
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    1154 Griffin Rd.
    Chelsea, AL US
  • Willow Run Farm
    Though she had been an avid rider since she was a little girl, Amy Smith of Willow Run Farm didn’t find her true calling as an equestrian until she turned 20. It was at this age that she began a job at a rehabilitation center, where she took a hands-on role in caring for horses in need and nursing them back to health. Amy quickly adopted a holistic approach to horsemanship, a passion that continues to enrich her career. Today, Amy teaches her students the whole spectrum of caring for horses, everything from grooming to horse health and safety—as opposed to focusing solely on riding techniques or hair-spraying the horse’s mane into a mohawk. Above all, Amy instills responsibility, self-confidence, and a sense of accomplishment in each of her riders.
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    102 Shaw Lane
    Wilsonville, AL US
  • Snap Fitness
    Snap Fitness's around-the-clock gyms enable members to work on their physical well-being with a cornucopia of fitness equipment. With 24-hour access, members don't have to let The Man tell them when to help themselves to Snap's strength and cardio equipment, which features built-in TVs and other media diversions. For those who exercise during conventional hours, Snap's friendly, unintimidating atmosphere welcomes patrons of all ability levels, unlike schoolyard dodge-ball squads. Members also enjoy nationwide access to all Snap Fitness locations, ideal for working out while traveling. For a dose of custom advice, patrons can seek out a personal-training session with a certified coach, who helps them assess and address their fitness goals. Clients reap the benefit of individual attention as a personal trainer helps them tackle weight loss, prepare for an arm-wrestling competition, or unveil the mysteries of arcane cable-weight machines.
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    20 Chelsea Cors
    Chelsea, AL US
  • YMCA Hargis Retreat - Piglet 5K
    Though the letters in The P.I.G. Race officially stand for "perseverance, intensity, and grit," the acronym they create is no accident. In fact, you could say the race brings new meaning to the term "three little pigs." That's because the event?defined as a European-style cross country challenge?actually consists of three separate races: The Piglet 5K, The Porker 8K, and The Wild Boar 12K, which each accommodate racers of different skill levels. Challenges (things racers run through or around) and barriers (things racers jump over or crawl under) sprinkle each course, forcing participants over horse fences, under tractors, and through other obstacles you'd expect to find at a farm or an Old McDonald concert at the height of his fame. The P.I.G. Race supplements these three primary events with additional races such as Bacon Bits, a run for kids 6?10 years old.
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    928 Hargis Dr
    Chelsea, AL US

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