Burdick Equine has our Coggins day scheduled for 3/17/21 and then Spring Shot day on 3/31/21. Don't forget to return your sign up sheets asap.
Don't forget - It's that time of year again - we need new Waivers signed by everyone - whether you ride a horse or just come to feed them treats.
A lot of people have been asking lately what the barn needs. Well, I made a Wish List on Amazon of all sorts of things the barn always can use. You can view it here: https://a.co/5T0azPo
Please scroll down for items for sale, boarders' advertising, etc.
** Remember when bringing family or guests, everyone needs to sign a waiver if they will be interacting with a horse, not just if they will be riding. Thank you. Waivers can be downloaded below or found in the office, lounge, or student tack room.
** Also, please remember that if we have to hold your horse for the vet or farrier, we do need a $10 hold fee. That said, please also let management know if you have a different farrier or vet than our house vendors coming with date and time so we can make sure to have labor and space available.
** We now accept VENMO payments. www.venmo.com/SilverEagleStable
**This is YOUR page - let me know if you'd like to see something on here or have any critique.
Offering Professional Horseback Riding in Rings or on Trails (weather permitting) as well as pony rides
Starting at $40.00 for 30 minute ride per person.
Starting at $80.00 for an hour ride per person
Reservations are required and we ask you to please arrive 30 minutes before ride in jeans or long pants and wearing boots or heeled shoes. We provide helmets for your safety and all riders must sign a liability release form before riding, no sneakers please.
Coming soon we will offer sunset horseback trail rides from May-September appointments only.
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Thank you Michelle Kramer for this awesome video!
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In Loving Memory...
On Friday, 27 March, Thomas Rutigliano died of a gunshot wound while in his barracks at Camp Lejeune, NC. Thomas was saved and we know he is now home with his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. There is an ongoing criminal investigation, which thus far has made clear this was not suicide and that Thomas was a victim in this tragic incident. Thomas chose to be an organ donor and on Sunday, 29 March, at 1200, Thomas gave 5 of his organs to individuals in need of transplants. We are comforted and blessed to know there are 5 families on the other side of this horrific tragedy who are rejoicing and appreciating Thomas’s decision. We are very grateful for the outpouring of support we have received from our Heritage family. We are not in need of meals or other support at this time, but we do covet your prayers for God’s grace to help our family to deal with our loss. Information regarding services/donations will be forthcoming. Thank you again for your love and concern.
Respectfully, Joe, Diane, Ellie, Stephen, Paul, and Luke Rutigliano. -