Welcome to Warm Beach Pony Club
Warm Beach Horsemanship is a United States Pony Club Riding Center. Education, safety, sportsmanship, stewardship and fun are the foundation for members to learn riding and the care of horses. Through mounted sports, participants form habits and values while developing horsemanship skills that apply to every part of their life. Pony Club is the largest equestrian educational organization in the world.
Warm Beach Horsemanship Riding Center offers:
- Well trained, friendly school horses upon which to learn or you can bring your own horse*
- Weekly mounted group riding lessons (English and Western)
- Practice riding sessions
- Monthly unmounted horse management lessons
- Opportunity to participate in team competitions
- Camaraderie and fun with other horse enthusiasts!
- Educational structure with clear objectives and goals
- Highly qualified and certified riding instructors and staff
- Well maintained and inspected riding equipment and saddles
- Two large riding arenas with all-weather sand footing, one is covered the other is outdoor
- Best of all… Time well spent with an equine friend.
*Some restrictions apply. Contact Horsemanship Director Lisa Tremain to inquire about requirements.
The staff are passionate for sharing the love of God through professional horsemanship instruction. They believe in the amazing ability of horses and horse related activities to nurture the potential in each person. The staff are active in one or more professional associations such as Certified Horsemanship Association, American Vaulting Association, United States Equestrian Federation, and United States Pony Club
In 2016, Lisa began serving as the Warm Beach Horsemanship Director. Lisa grew up in New Zealand where she rode competitively in Eventing and Dressage. Lisa is certified through the United States Pony Club (USPC) and Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA); she was awarded the CHA Region 1 Instructor of the Year Award in 2021. Her priority is to teach students how to work in harmony with horses, communicating effectively to realize their joint potential. Lisa believes horses provide the perfect opportunity for riders to experience the hope and acceptance of God’s unconditional love and strives to cultivate an environment where this can be fostered.
Assistant Horsemanship Director
After 5 years devoted to service in equestrian summer camps, Meg is returning to her home in the great Pacific Northwest and joining the Warm Beach Horsemanship team as the new Assistant Horsemanship Director! She is delighted to be returning to her roots. With her background in the United States Pony Club and Young Riders (Area VII), she has also been certified with CHA as a Level 4 Instructor. She is dedicated to the unique ministry that exists in the space we share with horses and is looking forward to growing together in Christ.