Horse Leasing

We offer leases of our wonderful horses to students enrolled in our lesson program.  We do not lease to the public. You must be an active weekly student to qualify and be approved by your instructor on the specific horse.  The goal is to improve your riding skill by using your lease day to practice what you have been taught in your lessons.

Why Lease a Horse at Beracah Valley Farm?

For many serious riders, leasing a horse is an excellent, and more economical alternative to buying an equine.  We normally recommend leasing as a first step for our students who are serious about one day owning a horse and boarding it at Beracah Valley.  Our lease agreement can be canceled at any time with a 30-day notice.  Students may lease their favorite school horse for 1, 2 or 3 days a week based on availability.

What Does a Lease Include?

Leasing a horse at Beracah Valley Farm includes the following:

  • Use of the horse’s tack, brushes and other equipment, including an ASTM-SEI certified riding helmet
  • Coverage of routine vaccinations, farrier work, dental maintenance and emergency care
  • Daily care will be provided for the horse, including feeding and turnout
  • Assistance from our highly-qualified staff

Safety is Our Priority

Here at Beracah Valley Farm, we only match students to ability-appropriate horses.  Therefore, a student may only lease a school horse that the student has ridden previously in lessons and with instructor approval.

Different Leasing Plans Available

Leasing plans are determined as follows:

One-time ride: $55
1 day per week: $185
2 days per week: $320
3 days per week: $460

Please contact Jim Baka for more information.  Visit our Contact Us page for more information.

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