Birthday Party Lessons
Promoting the age-old love affair between human and horse...
This page created March 2011, revised August 2012
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There is no better way to celebrate your birthday (or any other special occasion) than to have all your friends join you in your favorite activity!
Lesson parties and other special events are for all ages and can be customized to your specifications. Our Brochure shows a typical plan and fee for a 90-minute lesson party.
It's a fun, safe, and memorable party for all, and a "no-fuss" easy event to plan!
With our Indoor Arena, your party can be just about any time of year, rain or shine!
Take a look at our Brochure, and give us a call at 302-684-1818.
As with all our activities, a Liability Release is required. We accept cash or personal check.
This group of party-goers is all smiles after their lesson party! Check out what they (and their parents) have to say in our brochure!
For the second year, Sabrina celebrates her birthday at Kershaw Acres riding Hope. Last year, it was a single outing with several of her friends while visiting her Grandparents from out-of town.
This year, a very special surprise present from her Grandparents....... TWO private lessons! Today was with Hope, tomorrow may be with Pink Floyd.
Aren't Grandparents wonderful?!
Summer Camp next year -- ssshhhhh......
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We ask that you make an appointment before stopping by. We give our undivided attention to the activity at hand, and want to do the same for YOU!
WARNING - under Delaware Law, an equine professional is not liable for an injury to or the death of a participant in equine activities resulting from the inherent risk of equine activities, pursuant to 10 Delaware Code Section 8140.
Kershaw Acres, 17170 Harbeson Road, Milton, DE 19968
A great place for Horseback Riding Birthday Parties in Sussex County, Delaware
(1.25 miles North on Rt. 5 from the Rt.5/Rt.9 intersection at Harbeson)