With experience across many different fields, Jeir Park staff are experienced in handling all types of horses. We train to gain horse trust whether it be schooling the educated horse, re-educating difficult horses, breaking in young horses, pre-training racehorses or helping fine tune performance horses.
Schooling in house
Schooling done by Jeir staff member
Anne Riley provides re-education of horses, depending on what you and your horse require we will discuss the best training path to move forward together. Our general schooling rate is for current agistors needing a hand or just some additional fitness work.
Schooling outside rates $450.00/week
Horses coming in for training will be required to pay a weekly rate. This includes all feed and care for your horse while training out of a stable yard at Jeir Park. Amount of training is typically 5 days of work per week, this may vary depending on the horse.
Jeir Park offers pre-training for race horses before going to trainers ensuring they are eased back into work.
This allows muscles to develop slowly, and also gives us a chance to help the horse come back into work and preform to there full potential when they begin race training.
This includes work on arenas, and light track work on an 800m crusher dust track, also combined with daily walk on 10 horse walker machine and safe indoor round yard for initial start up work.
Horses are ridden and handled by Emily and George Riley.
Both have extensive horse experience with performance horses and the racing industry.
Emily is a competitve showjumping rider but originally started working with horses at Jack Denhams racing stable at the age of 10, next to her grandfather Jimmy.
All horses ridden by Emily through out her career until 2000 were thoroughbreds off the track, a lot of experience was gained by re-training the horses to new diciplines.
From this a calm and patient approach is used when pre training the race horses, this is combined with various exercises to engage the horse and improve balance.
Prior to coming to Jeir Park Emily spent 4 years with Grant Hughes as a rider of young horses.