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Meredith Manor International Equestrian College

Preparing Students for Equine Careers since 1963

Intercollegiate Dressage Team: Congrats to the MM Dressage team for a great inaugural season in the IDA and good luck to Alexan Parker at Nationals! Find an MM alum offering riding lessons in your area.

Meredith Manor is a nationally accredited equestrian college dedicated exclusively to preparing students for successful careers with horses. Riding majors include Dressage, Jumping, and Western. Career Emphasis Areas include Training, Teaching, Equine Massage Therapy, Breeding, Horse Health, Barn Management, Business Management, Farrier, and Forging. In our equestrian programs, students work to improve their own skill base and theoretical understanding resulting in the increasing capability to influence a horse to higher and higher levels of mental and physical accomplishments.

Meredith Manor's name and reputation are known by serious horse people throughout the world. Students from the ages of seventeen to sixty-three have attended the School from every state and many foreign countries. Meredith Manor strives to provide a climate of learning in which each student may identify and accomplish his or her equine goals. We are committed to a hands-on teaching and learning process that will provide our students with the critical skills necessary to enjoy life-long careers in the horse industry.

Relaxation can be achieved on the ground and in the saddle

Feature Article

Using Leg: A Confusion of Terms

An online chat about an article that discussed how to get the horse 'in front of the leg' caught my attention recently. The students argued whether the writer was right or wrong. When I read the article, I realized that their disagreement arose, in part, because of the bewildering use of terminology in the horse industry. People use different terms to mean the same thing. Or they use the same term but with different shades of meaning. Read More ...

20 Meter Circle exercises

Feature Blog Post

How to Perfect Your 20-Meter Circles

If you like to ride Dressage chances are you know the joys of the 20 meter circles. If you have been looking for an efficient way to school your shape, Sam has a new exercise for you to try. Enjoy and Happy Circling!

When I left the Manor I had accumulated almost 2000 hours in the saddle under some of the finest instructors in the world. I was a new person, full of the confidence that comes with realizing a dream. I now have a solid foundation to continue on my own, to set new goals and realize new dreams.
Kelly Lagos: 2005 Riding Master VI Graduate