Classical Training for Horse & Rider

Rachel Lynn Rosengart is proud to offer her services in Broadalbin & Charlton, NY areas.  She offers classical dressage training and instruction, as well as clinics and sales. 

 

With training taking place in a state of the art facility, each horse is assured an ideal platform on which to learn and progress.  The large, well-lit arena at Three Lesson Farm is equipped with wax coated sand, felt, fiber, and rubber footing, a large viewing area, heated tack room, hot/cold wash bay, two cross tie bays, and a friendly, focused environment.

Whether you'd like to enter an intensive show training program, learn the basics from the ground up, refine your skills, or start your young horse, Rachel extends services year round.  For more details visit Training Services & Rates.

 

Braiding & Clipping Services

From a young age Rachel developed a passion for making horses shine!  She practiced for years and developed skills ranging from maintenance grooming, mane pulling, and body clipping to show braiding and show turnout.  For more details visit Grooming Services & Rates.

 

Biography

05.25.2013, Dressage at Saratoga

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Allow me to introduce myself! Learn more about where I come from, where I've been in the industry, and where I plan to go.  More...

Horse & Tack Sales

 

 

 

We currently have and train some fabulous horses for sale.  We also have a large variety of horse tack & equipment.  Check it all out!

Locations

Three Lessons Farm

703 County Highway 126
Broadalbin, NY
www.threelessonsfarm.com

 

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Bishop's Gate Farm
1426 Peaceabe St.

Charlton, NY 12020

What's New

EQUI-FUNCTION COMES TO THE CAPITAL REGION!  
Taking Pilates, Yoga, or other fitness classes to help you with your riding?  Would you prefer to save time and money by bringing the fitness right to you and your horse?

 

Rachel's husband Wesley is a Functional Movement Expert.  Wes likes to call what he does "dressage for people," because he analyzes their basic movement patterns, identifies areas of dysfunction or compensation, and develops programs the help them move more efficiently and then more athletically.  Sound familiar?

 

The goal is for everyone he works with to first understand their own body and reveal the true source of any pain they may have.  After that, the goal becomes to master their bodies, and improve their fitness.

 

Rachel & Wesley have recently combined forces to focus on Equestrians and the way they function in the saddle, with a horseman-specific format.  We call it
Equi-Function.  Check us out!