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Stephanie & Willow

The barn is open - our driveway is plowed but portions and parking areas are still covered in snow/ice. 

During snow or icy weather, use caution if coming to the barn! ​​

  • Driveway is clear with icy patches; parking area has areas of snow and ice

  • Exercise care walking around the main barn or pony stalls

  • Roderick Road near our entrance is often ice/snow covered and very slippery

  • Wet patches will be frozen in the morning and after sundown

  • Be courteous to boarders, students and leasers when sharing the indoor arena.

  • URC horses may only be ridden in the Indoor when Outdoors are snowy/icy

 

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**URC make-Up lessons for 1/1 are rescheduled to 1/30/2022**
Lesson schedule adjustments:
  • Lessons rescheduled from Saturday December 25th and January 1st will be held:
    • Sunday, January 2nd (for 12/25)
    • *Sunday, January 30th (for 1/1/22)*
  • Lessons rescheduled from Monday January 3rd and Tuesday January 4th will be held:
    • Monday, February 21st (for 1/3)​
    • Tuesday, February 22nd (for 1/4)
Dates adjusted - class times remain the same!  All weather-related changes & announcements will be posted here.
 
URC SUMMER CAMP PROGRAMS 2022:
Information for URC's 2022 camp season -  enrollment forms available 1/20/2022
  • With two successful camp years managing COVID we are ready for 2022!!
  • Nine Summer Camp 2022 weeks from June 6th through August 12th
  • Ask about small group camp the weeks of August 15th and 22nd

 

URC QUARTERLY GROUP LESSONS, LEASING:​​

Riding Lessons and RideShare Leasing Programs:
  • Winter Quarter Lessons are now in session November 29th to February 19th

  • Spring Quarter Lessons will begin the week of March 1st through May 21st

    • Our most popular quarter! Current student may re-enroll as of February 1st​

    • New riders will be accepted into available spaces February 15th

  • We offer quarterly group lessons, ages 6 through adult, Beginner to Advanced

  • Registration may be prorated -

    • Many lessons are now full - please check with us regarding available lesson levels, days/times

    • Registration Forms are on our Forms page

  • RideShare leasing & independent practice riding, (with instructor approval) ages 10 & up

Interested in showing?  Check out the latest updates to our Calendar:
  • URC's many activities and shows include on and off-the farm riding events

  • Fun for Beginner (in-house) to Advanced riders

  • Various disciplines

  • Take your own or URC horses (with approval)

 

FULL-CARE STALL BOARDING:

Premium Full-Care Boarding Stalls: (Stall space available - please contact us!)

URC is proud to offer the region's most remarkable combination of facilities, riding grounds and features, premium location, knowledgeable caring friendly service for horses and riders of all ages and English disciplines.  Schedule a visit today - we're happy to offer multiple client references! 
 

BIRTHDAY PARTIES, GROUP RIDES:

Birthday Parties/Group RidesWe're taking a break offering these services for new clientele given the uncertainties of COVID and appropriate protocols, particularly for young children.  Thank you for your understanding!

 

As always - don't hesitate to contact us with questions about Boarding, Lessons, Leasing or events!

 

Thank you!

Sandy and Jessie 

What we offer:

 

We are a premier full-service equestrian facility located in southern Frederick County near I-270 and Sugarloaf mountain. We offer full care stall boarding and year-round lesson & leasing programs for riders of all ages and skill levels. Come enjoy our beautiful heated indoor, three outdoor riding rings, cross country fields, and over 2.5 miles of private trails!

 

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What clients say:

 

" I just wanted to mention the gem you have at URC! As a longtime horse lover, mother and grand mother of equine enthusiasts I have had and witnessed many riding instructors (certified and not). Few if any have exhibited the patience, love of kids and horses and expertise of Rachel, our grand daughter's Saturday and now Friday evening instructor. In my experience, you either get excellent riders but not cut out for teaching or good riders that are bossy and too critical of the kids, usually because they think they are so good themselves. Many times it is evident they are doing it as a job. Rachel is one of a very few instructors in my 50+ year horse history that actually reinforces the the things the riders do best and encourages them to better their weaknesses. I see from the bench her respect for each rider in her classes and her love and knowledge of each horse."   RB