Brian Russell Dressage
For the Dressage rider:
Whether you are riding to improve yourself at home, or at clinics and competitions, I can help you achieve your goals.
My classical, common sense approach to training is easy to follow, and will help you progress up the levels.
Because of this I have earned the loyalty of many long-term students who range from competition riders to those who ride purely for the art of Dressage.
I am a USDF Bronze Medalist, and I am competing successfully through Prix St. Georges at recognized competitions.
For the Event rider:
I have noticed that Event riders don't always feel comfortable in a Dressage training facility. I have several students who are Event riders and I find that they have the same concerns and goals as Dressage riders do.
If you are an Event rider looking to improve your Dressage scores in an un-intimidating environment, bring your horse to me.
And don't be shy Hunter/Jumper riders, everyone can benefit from a stronger, more balanced horse!
Come board with us:
From time to time, there is a stall available at Sage Farm. Our home-like farm is located about two miles from I-95 in the idyllic setting of Dover, Massachusetts. We have indoor and outdoor rings, both are groomed daily.
We provide 2-3 meals a day depending on your horse's needs, up to half day turnout in small safe paddocks, and the stalls are cleaned twice a day.
There is an organized and professional children's lesson program that uses the indoor from 4pm-7:00pm M-F. It is easy to work around.
Although there is always plenty going on at Sage Farm, with two wash stalls and very few boarders, the farm never feels crowded.
Whatever your training goals are, I will work hard to help you achieve them!
Private lessons and training rides:
You can truck-in or ride one of our safe, trained horses.
Four 45 minute private lessons
Students should expect to pay any ring fees their barn may charge.
$1975.00/month, includes full board and two lessons or training rides per week.
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