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Graham Equestrian Center

October GEC CT Event Where: Graham Equestrian Center Graham Equestrian Center 10301 Harford Rd., Glen Arm, MD 21057 Join us for a combined training show being judged by a top, highly qualified local event rider, Ginger Labarre . Dressage and stadium jumping levels Elementary up to Novice are being offered for $50. 1st through 6th…

Kirsten Nelsen’s method of instructing, Training for Optimal Balance, brings two disparate body types, horse and human, into better alignment to work to a goal of better balance. The results of a better balanced horse translate to a sounder horse as he begins to coordinate his movement in ways that put less stress on joints,…

Kirsten Nelsen’s method of instructing, Training for Optimal Balance, brings two disparate body types, horse and human, into better alignment to work to a goal of better balance. The results of a better balanced horse translate to a sounder horse as he begins to coordinate his movement in ways that put less stress on joints,…

Kirsten Nelsen’s method of instructing, Training for Optimal Balance, brings two disparate body types, horse and human, into better alignment to work to a goal of better balance. The results of a better balanced horse translate to a sounder horse as he begins to coordinate his movement in ways that put less stress on joints,…

Kirsten Nelsen’s method of instructing, Training for Optimal Balance, brings two disparate body types, horse and human, into better alignment to work to a goal of better balance. The results of a better balanced horse translate to a sounder horse as he begins to coordinate his movement in ways that put less stress on joints,…

Kirsten Nelsen’s method of instructing, Training for Optimal Balance, brings two disparate body types, horse and human, into better alignment to work to a goal of better balance. The results of a better balanced horse translate to a sounder horse as he begins to coordinate his movement in ways that put less stress on joints,…

Join us for a day celebrating horses!  There will be activities for people of all ages including demonstrations, pony rides, crafts and facepainting. Meet our horses and learn about what Graham Equestrian Center has to offer you and your family.  Come out and spend a beautiful Spring Day in one of Maryland’s State Parks.  Bring…

Kirsten Nelsen’s method of instructing, Training for Optimal Balance, brings two disparate body types, horse and human, into better alignment to work to a goal of better balance. The results of a better balanced horse translate to a sounder horse as he begins to coordinate his movement in ways that put less stress on joints,…

Kirsten Nelsen’s method of instructing, Training for Optimal Balance, brings two disparate body types, horse and human, into better alignment to work to a goal of better balance. The results of a better balanced horse translate to a sounder horse as he begins to coordinate his movement in ways that put less stress on joints,…

Kirsten Nelsen’s method of instructing, Training for Optimal Balance, brings two disparate body types, horse and human, into better alignment to work to a goal of better balance. The results of a better balanced horse translate to a sounder horse as he begins to coordinate his movement in ways that put less stress on joints,…