Bramblewood News

  • Watering the Root: on teaching beginner riders

    Making the choice to stay home and focus on connections, horsemanship, and our personal responsibility for what we bring to the horse brings a lot of freedom I never allowed the farm before we quit competitions. We don’t pull manes anymore. We keep our expectations of attire simple: helmet and boots. Our agenda has narrowed to a pinpoint of awareness — what is the horse telling you today? Read more at Kim's blog. . .


  • The blog is back! New and Improved with More Mud!

    If you want to keep up with daily life at the farm, check out the farm's blog. Bramblewood is a unique community of artists who have found that riding inspires more than just posting the trot. Kim is a lifelong writer whose work can be found on our Facebook page and the farm's blog here.

  • School is back in session! Join us for lessons and camps.

    It's hard to believe that school has started and summer is over.  Our lesson program is in full swing and we're now accepting new students for the after-school hours.  Give Kim a call or text at 864-363-3727 for more information, or send us a message here.

    The 2018-2019 camp schedule is up and running.  Visit our Camp page for a full list of dates.   We'll be offering shorter sessions over the fall and winter breaks along with full-session camps in the spring and summer.

    Beginners are welcomed and cherished (that goes for all those adult riders who have always wanted to explore their horse passion but never had the time to take a ride). Returning students keep the barn running.  New students are made to feel like family.  Bramblewood is a home away from home for so many people.  Join us and see what farm life is all about.

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