We are pleased to offer a full Dressage training program customized to each individual's needs. Full training includes lessons and schooling of your horse on a regular basis throughout each month.
We have a Prix St George schoolmaster available for lessons, or you can also trailer in with your own horse for lessons.
Amateurs, youth and professionals are all welcome!
Jaimey coaching Grand Prix competitor Sarah Busse-Turner.
Team Irwin caters to each individual's goal,
whether you are a serious dressage competitor
or enjoy learning new things each day
without the stress of competition.
We also offer an excellent Junior and Young Rider program where youth is brought
up through the ranks of dressage with strong basics and
aspirations of making the National Team.
Sales horses are accepted for SLE to train, market and sell, as well as
regular trips to Europe to purchase horses.
We are available to compete and campaign your horse as well as
teaching at competitions.
Jaimey and Tina are available for clinics and can be contacted by
email to make appointments.
Whatever your goals are in this sport Team Irwin is very capable
and professional in helping you get there!
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Working Student Program
Jaimey and Tina offer a working student program for those interested in
furthering their riding skills under their tutelage.
This is an opportunity to train under two professionals, learn and polish
your riding and skills as well as learning how to run a stable in an orderly
and efficient manner, while giving our horses top professional care.
This program is an intensive equestrian immersion experience,
and many of the skills
that you learn will be valuable in any career you may enter afterwards.
Being part of the working student program at Stoney Lake Equestrian
was an experience I would not want to miss. ...
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... To any young rider who’d like to live an experience that will
positively leave its mark on their life, I’d recommend to go say hi
to Jaimey and Tina. ...
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What is involved in a working student position?
Generally 6-12 months in duration, students work five and a half days
per week with one and a half days off. Duties include all barn chores,
feeding, turning out, cleaning stalls, grooming, tacking up, hand walking,
lunging, warming up of horses, tack cleaning, and general barn maintenance,
as well as having the opportunity to groom for us at competitions.
You will also learn how to manage our equine athletes with everyday
therapies and to help assist the vet, chiropractor, and other therapists
in their sessions.
Students work in exchange for their training and
accommodation and will receive some pocket money. There is the opportunity
to bring your own horse.
How do I apply for this position?
a letter addressing your interest in obtaining a position as a
working student and attach your resume, along with two references.
Please note that this is not a learn to ride situation and applicants must
have former horse and riding experience.