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    All Season Stables specializes in Western Pleasure, Hunt Seat, Showmanship, Youth, Amateur, Trail, Reining, Working Cow Horse and the starting of young horses.
    For the Western Pleasure and Hunt horse, we strive to improve length of stride, balance, and flow of movement. Our goal is to encourage horses to move naturally and with self carriage. A willingness to work and a pleasant appearance along with obedience are goals as well. Conformation is always taken into consideration when evaluating the pleasure horse. Our ground work starts with showmanship and lunging. Again, obedience on the ground is very important; standing square, moving away from pressure, backing, pivoting on the correct hind foot, and forward motion are established at the ground level. We expect our horses to develop three distinct speeds at each gait. They will ideally have a very slow legged “show walk”, a medium walk, and a extended walk. A slow legged and soft jog, a working trot and an extended trot. A slow legged, soft, collected, lope, a free flowing collected canter and an extension of the canter.
    As the horse progresses in these gaits, we encourage an introduction to the show scene, taking these horses to local, state and regional horse shows to compete. Our youth and amateur horses must be quiet and willing, along with moving correctly. 
    For the horse that will be used for trail riding, around the state or country, we introduce your horse to as much stimuli as possible. Trail horses are evaluated in the arena first to establish the basics. They are then ridden out on the trails around All Season Stables. Traffic, water, birds, dogs, and ATV’s are just some of the things they will come into contact with while trail riding.
    Our starting begins with ground work, showmanship and lunging, and progresses to basic riding in the arena. Our goal with starting is to communicate with the horse and teach them how to learn. The horse, as a willing student, can progress much more rapidly if taught to look for comfort in the process of learning. A solid foundation prepares them for success in the future.

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Call or e-mail to inquire about adding your horse to our Training  program.  

All Season Stables Staff

Jeff and Ingrid Gryskiewicz, Owners of All Season Stables.

Alex Gryskiewicz, Trainer at All Season Stables

Come Join our Team...

     Our All Season Stables Riding Team is made up of clients who are dedicated to showing their horses, come for regular lessons, and have horses in training. As a team, our clients get to know one another and learn together, with our help. Knowing you will have a coach on the rail can be a big confidence boost! Showing your horse alone can be intimidating and frustrating. Our goal, as a team, is to make showing your horse more fun, as well as help our clients, and their horses, become better competitors. We emphasize good sportsmanship through horsemanship. Showing with fellow clients creates lasting friendships and great stories! We show at AQHA, APHA, WSCA, NRCHA as well as other competitive events.

                     

Some of our dedicated show team...

    • Ingrid Gryskiewicz, Owner of A.S.S., Farrier, Student
    • Jeff Gryskiewicz, Owner of A.S.S., Student
    • Lisa Repensky, Student
    • Allie Repensky, Youth student.
    • Rachel Jackson, A.S.S.C. President, Student
    • Makayla Jackson, Youth student
    • Amberly Pesall, A.S.S.C. Queen,Youth Student
    • Brielle Varner, Youth Student
    • Anastasia Belfany, Student
    • Anna Belfany, Youth Student
    • Cortni Blomquist, Student
    • Byron Sternaman, Student
    • Miranda Christenson, Youth Student
    • Allysa Christenson, A.S.S.C. Princess, Youth Student
    • Rachel Broscoff, Student
    • Dan Fury, Student
    • Bryony Kolashinski, Student
    • Carolyne Markus, Student
    • Julie Sathers, Student
    • Braelyn Sathers, Youth Student
    • Patti Walker-Peterson, Student
    • Whitney Walker, Student