Misty Brae Farm, LLC and Pony Club Riding Center

Misty Brae Farm, LLC and Pony Club Riding Center Horseback Riding Lessons, Spring/Summer/Winter Camps, Horse Boarding & Training, Showing, Official United States Pony Club Riding Center
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Misty Brae Farm, LLC and Pony Club Riding Center is a Summer Camp service in Aldie, VA, offering Horseback Riding, summer activities, and Pony Club services since 1991.

Update to COVID-19 Competition Action Plan for USEF-Licensed Competitions
06/17/2020
Update to COVID-19 Competition Action Plan for USEF-Licensed Competitions

Update to COVID-19 Competition Action Plan for USEF-Licensed Competitions

Update to COVID-19 Competition Action Plan for USEF-Licensed Competitions by US Equestrian Communications Department | Jun 17, 2020, 10:07 AM EST Dear USEF Members, Competition Organizers (Licensees and Managers), and Licensed Officials, Now that some competitions have resumed, it is important that....

The United States Pony Clubs Inc., (USPC) Official Page
05/15/2020

The United States Pony Clubs Inc., (USPC) Official Page

Now through May 31, anyone interested in learning more about horses can use promo code PCIQ520 to sign up for a FREE Pony Club IQ E-Membership. It’s online, it is free, and it is all about horses… What could be better?

Woodside Equine Clinic
05/12/2020

Woodside Equine Clinic

How Pony Club Prepared Me for Quarantine
04/09/2020
How Pony Club Prepared Me for Quarantine

How Pony Club Prepared Me for Quarantine

I’ve been a proud member of the US Pony Club since I was a wee kid riding a naughty pony named Pickles. My devotion to this organization has seen me through my horsemanship journey even to this day—horsemaster members have all of the same access and abilities to Pony Club certifications and trai...

Georgia Dressage and Combined Training Association
04/05/2020

Georgia Dressage and Combined Training Association

Exciting news!!

Competitor Tent, the app for competitive riders, and the GDCTA are teaming up with a panel of amazing judges to create the virtual charity show series, “The Stay-at-Home Dressage Series benefiting the Equestrian Aid Foundation”. This series will allow riders to not only compete from home during this current pause in the competition calendar, but will also make a difference in a time when many of us feel helpless to affect the current crisis. Competitor Tent hopes to help riders continue to work toward their goals and compete safely during these difficult times.

Tentative show dates are the weekends of April 25th, May 2nd, May 9th and May 16th. Riders will register through Equestrian Entries, then video their test and upload it from home. The deadline for video submissions will be the Wednesday before each show weekend. A small team of USDF and USEA judges will then judge the tests and results will be available through the Competitor Tent app (download the free app here).

USDF tests offered will be Intro through Fourth Level, PSG, I 1 and 2, and GP. One USEA test at each level Amoeba & Tadpole (Intro Test A and Intro Test C) and BN through A will also be offered.

We encourages riders competing in this show series to follow social distancing guidelines as suggested or required by local authorities. Entries do not have to be in a sand ring, but the riding area should be marked to measure official ring sizes of 20 meters x 60 meters or 20 meters x 40 meters, depending on the test. Show attire is not required.

About the Equestrian Aid Foundation
The Equestrian Aid Foundation and their Disaster Relief Fund helps equestrian professionals and industry service providers who are experiencing an unexpected financial crisis as a direct result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Find out more here.

More details to follow in the coming days. Stay tuned!

50 Best Horse Movies
03/27/2020
50 Best Horse Movies

50 Best Horse Movies

The next best thing to riding horses is watching horse movies. Everyone has a childhood favorite. See where yours ranks on our list.

Online HorseShow | Adult Amateur Dressage Access
03/26/2020
Online HorseShow | Adult Amateur Dressage Access

Online HorseShow | Adult Amateur Dressage Access

AADA Virtual Horse Show Rides Find yourself sitting in front of your computer and wondering when you will go down the centerline again? Or ever wish you could have your dressage test evaluated from an S judge but found the cost of showing too expensive? AADA is launching an online horse show. US.....

Ask Andre: Are Group or Private Lessons Better for Students? | The Plaid Horse Magazine
03/25/2020
Ask Andre: Are Group or Private Lessons Better for Students? | The Plaid Horse Magazine

Ask Andre: Are Group or Private Lessons Better for Students? | The Plaid Horse Magazine

BlogsBay Broadcast Ask Andre: Are Group or Private Lessons Better for Students? April 29, 2019 Photo courtesy of Andre Dignelli BY ANDRE DIGNELLI Do you prefer private lessons or group lessons? I grew up riding in my back yard by myself. When I would go and take lessons, it was more affordable to be...

Dressage Today
03/15/2020

Dressage Today

To maintain your balance on top of your horse...

"Imagine that your upper body is like a broomstick and your horse is a hand trying to balance it. If your body (the broomstick) starts to tip, your hand (horse) will automatically move underneath to keep it up. You cannot lean right and expect your horse to go left." —Laura Tomlinson

🎨 Illustration by Sandy Rabinowitz

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02/22/2020

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Good luck to all of our over 100 competitors today at our Qualifying Quiz Rally at Frying Pan Farm Park! Thank you to River Bend Pony Club for hosting.

#PonyClubProud #EquestrianKnowledge
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02/20/2020
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02/14/2020

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Here's our Valentine to you! Tag us in a post with your Valentine pony today!

#ponyclubproud #ValentinesPony #virginiaregionponyclubs
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01/22/2020
Bridle & Ride

Bridle & Ride

Love 💓 this video from #horsesinsideout! Get another look at the horses movements ! #biomechanic #horses #dressage #bridleandride

The Stables
01/04/2020

The Stables

‘Let your child have a bad ride.
I know you want to protect them from the hardships of this world.
I know you want to give them success and good experiences.
I know you don't want to see them get hurt. To see them fall. To see them fail.
But, hear me out, let your child have a bad ride.

Let them cry the tears of frustration.
Let them shake the sand out from the inside of their riding pants.
Let them face the fear building inside of them.
Let them step back on again.

Yes, let your child have a bad ride.
Let them hate the horse that challenges them.
Let them learn what fight and passion and ambition mean.
Let them realize that when they refuse to quit the horse will take the time to listen.

Grant them the joy of realizing that they are connecting with another living being.
Grant them the joy of realizing that they, although they are small, can be powerful.
Grant them the joy of seeing their hard work pay off, through the days of tears can come a love unspeakable.

Yes, let your child have a bad ride.
Afterall, life will grant us plenty of them.’
By Sarah Crouse

12/06/2019
How to get your horse in uphill balance and off the forehand!

How to get your horse in uphill balance and off the forehand!

Get Your Horse Uphill and Off the Forehand Has a judge ever written on your score sheet “downhill,” “on the forehand,” “needs uphill balance,” or “more self-...

The Farm House Tack Shop
11/24/2019

The Farm House Tack Shop

Seriously!!!

Tech Stirrups USA
11/16/2019

Tech Stirrups USA

💕🌸 Megan De Michele of Misty Brae Farm, LLC and Pony Club Riding Center never rides without her 🌸💕 pink Tech Stirrups! Visit ➡️ https://bit.ly/2y4sLlP to find the perfect color for your #MatchyMatchy style #TechStirrups #SafetyStirrups

How To Care for Your Tall Boots | The Plaid Horse Magazine
11/05/2019
How To Care for Your Tall Boots | The Plaid Horse Magazine

How To Care for Your Tall Boots | The Plaid Horse Magazine

BlogsTack Room How To Care for Your Tall Boots February 6, 2019 Photo © Lauren Mauldin BY ANNIE BIRMINGHAM It’s no secret that a pair of quality tall boots is a significant, albeit necessary, investment. With the base price of a quality off-the-rack boot often beginning somewhere around the tho...

Megan DeMichele and All Dun Up - 8th place individual National Pony Jumper Championship August 2019.
10/01/2019

Megan DeMichele and All Dun Up - 8th place individual National Pony Jumper Championship August 2019.

Virginia Arabian Horse Association
09/08/2019

Virginia Arabian Horse Association

09/07/2019
Maryland Dressage Riders

Maryland Dressage Riders

"Remember, the conversation between you and your horse must never be dull or inert. It should be, "Ask, receive, give. Ask, receive, give." Ask with your body and legs; receive through your body into your hands; give primarily with the hands, but also with your body and legs, so that you can ask all over again, receive again and give again. The give is your thanks. If you don't give, you must ask harder the next time, and even harder after that, until you end up with a dead or resistant horse." - Sally Swift

08/30/2019
FloRodeo

Wow!

Just when we think she can’t possibly do anything more dangerous or spectacular, #TeamFloRodeo Yule Ponies ups the ante 😍

Seriously...can we be like Piper when we grow up? Just 9 years old 😱

Colonial Williamsburg
07/31/2019

Colonial Williamsburg

Welcome to the world Williamsburg Janus a.k.a Mendle! Congratulations to The Colonial Williamsburg Coach and Livestock Department’s Rare Breeds Program and its supporters and thank you to Woodside Equine Clinic for helping Willow safely deliver this Cleveland Bay colt sired by Clarence.

To learn more about Colonial Williamsburg’s breeding program for Cleveland Bays, check out this highlight from the latest issue of Trend & Tradition: bit.ly/2YtbGS3

Equine Herpesvirus: What You Need to Know
07/26/2019
Equine Herpesvirus: What You Need to Know

Equine Herpesvirus: What You Need to Know

Equestrians fear equine herpesvirus, or EHV, with good reason. But there are measures you can take to help protect your horse. Dr. Nathan Slovis of the Hagyard Equine Medical Institute in Lexington, Ky., offers advice on biosecurity and ways to reduce your horse's risk.

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40295 New Rd
Aldie, VA
20105

Opening Hours

Monday 07:00 - 21:00
Tuesday 07:00 - 21:00
Wednesday 07:00 - 21:00
Thursday 07:00 - 21:00
Friday 07:00 - 21:00
Saturday 08:00 - 14:00
Sunday 08:00 - 16:00

Telephone

(703) 403-6422

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We took 3 ouf our grandchildren for their first riding lesson on Saturday and WOW, talk about being impressed! Went from 3 kids ages 6,7 and 11 being pretty nervous to wanting to go back as soon as possible! They loved the experience.
My granddaughter, Caroline, is taking weekly lessons at MB, and is interested in possibly working at the barn over the summer. Another rider's mother told me it's possible for the kids to work and help out with the summer camps. Could someone give me more information on that, and how I might be able to get Caroline involved? Thank you!
KELLY'S FORD equestrian center FUN SHOW !! February 24th in our heated indoor arena