Don’t let the weather get you down!

All of us at Graham certainly aren’t! Our horses are weatherproof and we like to have a little fun rain or shine! Parents can relax in our temperature regulated lounge/classroom while students can warm up through the activity and exercise of a lesson.

Spring is right around the corner

Spring is within our sites at GEC and we could not be more excited! Check out our calendar of events this year to plan out your show season, sign up for lessons or summer camps! We hope to see you seen!

NEW State-of-the-art footing!

Graham Equestrian is proud to announce a new dressage arena completely outfitted with wonderfully comfortable AstroTurf footing! Our large, spacious arena also has the new state-of-the-art footing that is comfortable for both horse and rider. Come check it out for yourself today!

GEC is proud to announce their Instructors achieving CHA Certification!

Graham Equestrian Center is celebrating the end of grueling but successful week of CHA certification. We would like to congratulate every participant and the Graham Equestrian center team on the CHA levels awarded. Kaitlyn Julio and Rachael North both achieved the highest level of english and jumping (Level 4) certification as well as level 2 western….

Get those entries in for our Aug 2nd CT!

There is still time to get your entries in!! Great event for those wanting to try the next level up, get more mileage and build confidence or improve your dressage score. It’s the perfect event for young riders, those new to showing or green horses. Relaxed atmosphere with tons of encouragement. Haul in your…

Check out the Baltimore Sun’s write up about Graham!

The mission of Graham Equestrian Center is first and foremost to educate! We are always in need of donations both in materials, time and funds. For more outreach and continued education, we are aiming to be able to teach all year around by building an indoor arena. Every little bit counts. Read more by clicking the link…

How horses can help heal kids emotionally

“Caring for a Horse May Help Reduce Stress | Human-Equine Interaction A new study from Washington State University concludes that kids who work with horses have a significant reduction in stress, as measured by markers in their saliva. The study was published in April in the American Psychological Association’s Human-Animal Interaction Bulletin.” Read the full…