NOW BOOKING HORSE SUMMER CAMP 2022
June 6-10, 13-17, 20-24, June 27- July 1, July 4-8, 11-15, 18-22, 25-29,
6 KIDS PER CAMP $500 ($100 registration fee to be applied to final balance) 8am-1pm
Camp T-shirt Included.
The Horse House Corpus Christi is located at 1325 Yorktown Blvd. in Flour Bluff. This stunning privately owned and operated facility is located on 20 acres, with rolling green pasture grass, pond, beautiful landscape and gated entrance. There is plenty of ridding room for those who like to trail ride. We have two large out door round pen's one 60' and the other is 45', outdoor arena 60'x145', 3 set of adjustable jumps, schooling cones, trotting poles, and trail obstacles, barrel pattern and poles. Large temperature control tack room, feed room, and wash rack. We have been improving our facility and amenities and will continue to do so. Our goal is to provide our clients with an affordable, beautiful, safe and fun experience and provide our horses with the best of the best care. We would love to show you our facility please reach out to schedule a tour, we look forward to meeting you and your four legged friend.
We have several option for Boarding and can accommodate every horse and owner. Self Care, Full Care, and Specials Needs Care. including feed are available with any type of Board. Contact us now to find out our availability and to discuss your care options.
Pastures board is available that run a mixed herd of gelding and mares. Board is $250 per mo. plus the cost of hay. Hay feeding is required and cost split per head, per drop across the heard. Feed Bags are required for all pasture horses. Grain can be provided by boarder or by barn for an additional cost.
Private Paddocks Start at $300 per month and go up based on size. Private Paddocks Sizes start at 3000 sq.ft., All Paddocks have a walk in shelter, and large auto water. Paddock Board Does not include hay, grain, or feeding drop fees.
Feed Drop Fees are $1.50 per drop. Pasture Feeding are done with feed bags and will need to be provided. Paddock Cleaning Available Weekly $25 per week.
Please contact us directly for feed and hay costs and options.
You are welcome to bring your own feed and set up so you can provided your horses daily care yourself. Feed Room available for Feed Can storage, feed bags, square bales, medications. Refrigerator and Freezer available for medications, fresh veggies and fruits, cold wraps and bottled drinks and other foods.
We do have limited space available. We are not set up for Stallions or for miniature horses but we could possible accommodate the right situation. If you have any questions please feel free to reach out we are happy to help!
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$35 per night/per head. That includes 6 flakes of hay per day.
-Primitive RV Camping is $40 per Night
-Full RV Hook-Ups $80 per Night
-Trailer Storage $10 per day
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Fully Furnished Short-Term Rentals
Are you in town for holiday and just looking for a trail ride you can do with your family? Horse House Corpus Christi DOES NOT offer guided trail rides. We are a lesson, boarding, and training facility. We also host camps and clinics regularly at our facility. Trail riding is available on property for for boarders. If you are looking to trail ride we would recommend Horses on the Beach. They take out small groups for a beautiful beach rides. You do not have to have any riding experience. You can get more information below by clicking the link.
Buddy Time $30 for 30 min 3yrs+ Buddy time is a great introduction to horses before starting lessons. You get to spend 1/1 time with one of our lesson horses and coach, learning nutrition, grooming, ground manners, ground rules and tack. Focusing on safety and trust to move into horsemanship lessons. Buddy time will help increase your confidence with horses before moving into lessons.
Horsemanship $60 1 hr. 5yrs+1/1 Horsemanship is for new to intermediate riders. Personal instruction with one of our lesson horses and coach, on all basics of horsemanship including anatomy, tack, ground work, ground manners, halter & leading and ridding. Focusing on balance and independent riding in walk, trot, and canter.
Advance Ridding $75 1 hr. 8yrs+ 1/1
Advanced Ridding is for more experienced riders who can ride in control in all gates independently. Personal instruction with one of our lesson horses and coach in a specific discipline . Western or English we will match you with a coach that matches your goals and abilities. Advance ridding the lesson are a wonderful refreshers for season riders looking to improve their balance and control while gaining clear communication with the horse.
You & Your Horse 1.5hrs $75+
Trainer Evaluation Required
If you own or lease a horse and are looking to improve your bond and communication with your mount. The trainer will work with you on your riding and your horse so our communication becomes clear and your horse is calm and collected.
Corpus Christi Horse House offers month to month 50% leases on all sound lesson horses. The prices are based on the horses experience and can range from $350 -$55 0 per month. Lease horses fees included FULL CARE Board and 50/50 Fees on Farrier & Veterinarian. Contact us to see who we have available.
Come celebrate your special day with us.
~Lead Line Horseback Rides~
~Paint the Pony~
~Horse Leases for Photography~
Our Location Only. 2 Hour Party is $300 your choice of a 1 hour horse activity, personal attendant for the time of your party, use of the bunk house and porch area with tables and chair for up to 10 guest.
Mike Cason, Who you may know as the owner, operator, and Dentist with 4M Equine Dentistry, is not only highly educated in equine dental and anatomy. He also has a life time of experience with horse. Mike is originally from Abilene, Texas but was a high school graduate at our own Flour Bluff, HS class of 2009, soon he joined the United States Army. After many adventures he made a choice to retire those combat boots for a pair of cowboy boots. Mike has traveled all over this country side working with many Ranch Outfits as a working cowboy and trainer. Everything from moving cattle, doctoring the heard, breaking colts, he has been there done that. His passion for horses has never waivered and lead him to Equine Dentistry, and is current working toward other Equine Medical Degrees. His training goals are simple... Practical Partnership with a Good Working Mind and Working Feet, and the rest will be easy.
Michael has spent my formative year working horses at my family’s ranch/ rehab facility in Wyoming. I found myself as a young adult wanting to pursue my life passion as my career. I had a great opportunity to work and trained with Ken McNabb (one of the country’s top horse trainers) and my mentor. I attended and graduated all his programs in apprenticeship, journeymen, and master’s horsemanship clinics. I graduated January of 2020 with my Masters certificate under Ken McNabb. I currently work with several facilities in Texas and around the US. I specialize in getting horses more fine-tuned and general performance horse training. I do coach riding lessons, Colt starting, problem horse fixing and just getting horses more broke. Faith, family, and horses are my top priorities in my business, and I try very hard to bring my ethics to my clients.
Alaya is a lifetime committed horsewoman with 10 years of professional experience. With a passion for horses and teaching, Alaya decided to follow her dreams by getting a Dual Track Equestrian Studies degree at Wilson College in Pennsylvania. That degree consists of teaching and training of horses, teaching lessons to all age riders, as well as, facility management. During her four years of college, Alaya rode on the IHSA team, interned with an upper-level Dressage trainer, Megan Mendenhall. She has also ridden and learn from Grand Prix Dressage riders and horses. Once graduating with her degree, Alaya went off to Connecticut to groom for an “A” rated elite hunter, jumper, and equestrian facility, Larimar Show Stables. Larimar’s team taught Alaya many lessons on teaching, training, management, hard work and how much teamwork/dedication are needed to run a successful facility. From there she became a barn manager at Watermark Farm and a night’s foals watch for Iron Spring Farm. She strives to learn and take any opportunity to gain her knowledge of the equestrian industry by training multiple horses and continues to build her confidence as a teacher, trainer, and manager. She recently moved to Texas with her husband, Christopher, a-year-old son, Aiden, and two dogs, Chip and Oakley. She is saving up to buy her new training prospect and so excited to continue to help others find their love and passion for horses.
Khea's love for horses began when she was a young girl. She has been riding since grade school. She actively participated in her local horse 4-H, barrel raced, did cutting, sorting, reining, coached the special Olympics equestrian team, and of course lots of trail riding. As she became a young adult she knew she wanted to share her passion and love for horses with others. Khea began giving riding lessons in 2007. She loves helping people gain confidence and skill with horses of all levels. Her expertise is in western equitation from beginner-advanced riders.
By Appointment Only
Pre-Registration & Registration Fees: Are non-transferable and non-refundable. These fees are collected as you commitment for attendance. These fee do go towards your final balance of the registered event.
24 hour Lesson-Cancelation Policy: This policy does not apply to special events, such as camps, clinics, parties, or photography this applies to lessons only. All clients with a booked reservation for a lesson policy are required to give a 24- hour cancellation notice with out exception. Should you not give the required 24-hour notice you full lesson price will be due, you will not be able to schedule your next lesson until it is paid in full. If you do cancel with in the 24-hour notice we are happy to reschedule your appointment with in 7-days schedule permitting, or add the lesson to the end of your series.
All riders under the age of 18 that are at the barn for lessons, training, camps, or clinics are required to wear a helmet. If you do not have one, one will be provided. All rider are required to wear long pants, and closed toed shoes. Please dress for the weather.
Registration and Pre-Registration Fees invoice are valid to hold your spot for 24-hours. If the invoice is not paid your spot is not guaranteed and may be offered to another client. Special Packages, Camps, Clinics, Special Events will be 7-days before the event. If not paid your spot by be offered to another client on the wait list. Your First Lessons that is booked with the barn will be due at the time of booking. Should your become a weekly or regular schedule clients the invoice will be sent 24-hour before your appointment and due before it starts. Lessons that are not purchased in packages of four or more will require a credit card on file for payments and cancelations that have not met the 24-hour policy.
You will be contacted directly by your instructor or barn staff. If you have questions or concerns please call your instructor or the barn. We will cancel for weather for the following; under 40 degrees, winds over 20 mph, active rain, and thunder/lighting. In the event we need to cancel we will offer you a make up lesson with in the next 7-days schedule permitting. Should we have the cancel the event completely a full refund will be issues including any registration fees.
All boarders before your horse is on property must have;-A completed and signed boarding package, equine release, and rules. -Clear Coggins Report, vaccination records and wormer, and health certificate. -Paid the last month board to include any feed services fees, full care or feed cost.
NEED TO KNOW BOARDING INFO -Boarding is Month to Month there is no contract end date to any boarders contract other than Short Term Board. -30-day notice to vacate is required on the 1st day of the last month at property. -Once notice is give on the 1st day of the final month of boarding you will not pay your last month bard at it has been collected on your behalf up front. If you do not give your required 30 day notice your last month board will not be credited to you. Board is Due on the 1st and is Late on the 4th. On the 4th a $50 late fee will be added along with $10 per day after. on the 15th day your notice to vacate the property will be given and your horse will need to be removed form property by the 30th day of that month.