HPR Show Stables provides a variety of services:
Holly Parks Robinson a 3 generation horsewomen, has a wide range of knowledge and experience in training and competing. Holly has her “r” in Morgans and is a dedicated professional to the art of judging the show horse, and the amateur and junior exhibitor rider.
HPR Show Stables Equestrian Teams
Where can the young rider that does not own their own horse step into a competitive environment that offers regional, zone and national level opportunities? Interscholastic Equestrian Teams, that’s where! Middle and Upper school teams have a equestrian chance to earn scholarships and a to be observed by top colleges in the country at IEA Nationals. Join our team for your chance to achieve your goals.
Holly states, “After spending many years in the professional arena, I have to tailored my business to what I believe is the ultimate learning environment for horse, rider and instructor, the private and semi private lesson. I have found this method to bring the student along much better and faster.”
We use professional trained horses that have had a career in the show ring and teach our riders the refinement they need to excel.
Showing is a wonderful way to test a rider’s skills, have fun, and achieve individual growth. We offer the appropriate show for each level of rider. From our farm show to get your feet wet right up to USEF and USDF , B and A rated Horse Shows. From Regional to National and World Competition, HPR Show Stables continues to turn out Champion riders and horses.
Our Summer and throughout the year horse camps, are a wonderful way to to experience an all day total immersion into the world of horses. From riding and jumping to grooming, tacking and general stable management, we cover much more than a rider can get in a lesson to round out and fill in the gaps in making a complete horse person.
Training horses involves years of experience, patience, finesse and natural talent. Holly Robinson has studied under many trainers over a 30 year span and has developed and trained many horses to a finished level for the USEF A circuit and National and World Championship Horse Shows.
“It’s a feel and understanding that one acquires through working with many different breeds, disciplines and personality types over many years.You have to really understand the horse’s mind and instincts and how to integrate your training style into their psyche, so that you can have that rapport and trust with them. You must understand that you never stop learning.” Holly talks about training.