• To offer various practical, affordable methods to train rider and horse
• To provide a positive, friendly, safe environment to ride and learn
• To offer opportunities to attend clinics, trail rides, and competitions
• To help others learn by doing not by “watching”
• To sell quality horses to the right riders
COWGIRL / COWBOY WEEKENDS (Horsemanship Clinics)
• 2015 Trail Riding Trip Dates
• 2015 Clinic Dates
WE SCHEDULE SESSIONS TO FIT YOUR SCHEDULE
during the week or weekends, individuals or groups,
your horse or ours.
Learn about De-Spooking Your Horse and Trail Obstacles
while attending Horsemanship Clinics and Trail Rides,
and we have Gentle Horses For Sale.
WE WELCOME AND INVITE YOU TO COME VISIT US TO SEE WHAT WE DO AND CHECK US OUT.
Marsha specializes in training riders and horses. She is also a licensed real estate broker.
Flying M Ranch serves as a boarding stable and training center. It has been home to private and group horsemanship lessons, children’s horse camps, horsemanship clinics (also know as Cowgirl and Cowboy weekends), cutting horse clinics (with buffalo and a mechanical cow), young and adult horse training, horse sales, horse-related retreats, and one-day and multi-day trail riding trips.
Marsha’s teaching will help you and your horse or you and one of hers. If you are in the market to buy a horse, she has a reputation for matching gentle horses to the right riders. If you need advice on proper horse tack and a reliable horse trailer, Marsha’s guidance can help you make wise purchases and avoid equipment you later regret.
Marsha has succeeded in the horse world for decades as a trainer, teacher, mentor, and competitor (halter, pleasure, speed events (barrels, poles, flags, key hole, etc.), reining, roping, cutting, polo, versatility, and more). She has developed a unique “no nonsense” “no hassle” affordable approach to teaching basic and advanced horsemanship principles and training techniques. Supporting Quarter Horses
Marsha’s horsemanship program allows riders to build confidence in themselves and their horses, to have fun with horses while learning, and to develop lifelong safety habits for years of wonderful trail riding.
Marsha loves to share her knowledge and love of horses. She has been in the horse industry for more than 60 years. She promotes safety and fun.