Riding & Pleasure

Many clients enjoy their horse on site knowing they're well cared for.  They are able to use the arenas and bridle path at their descretion.  Some boarders are retired show goers and others look to relax and enjoy their human/horse relationship. Being in a lesson program is not a requirement, but our trainers are available to work with a client on their personal goals as needed.  Some boarders train with more than one trainer to improve their skills.  Each trainer determines their fee schedule and coordinates arena time via the Barn Manager. 

Boarders and students enjoy getting together in a relaxed country setting.





The area has many offerings for the dressage enthusiast.  The Rocky Mountain Dressage Society is an active group with local participation. 





In September, many of Greta & Julie's students will be participating in the 2016 Dressage Championships at the Fairgrounds in Estes Park.  .






A-Rated, CHJA, and local schooling shows are available to clients with those interests. Many clients enjoy showing in the region as well as out of state. 


Beth show Jumping


Beth is available to train clients for showing at all levels. 

As a registered judge, she will work on individual goals with clients, finding subtle nuances to help their performance. 




Jenn on Charcoal


Jenn enjoys taking her clients to a variety of shows in the area including lead line for children, beginning level dressage, and CHJA shows.








Dan, RMEC owner, regularly competes at local and out of state horse trials.  He welcomes clients to join him.



Dan and Landonn showing in the Dressage Phase of a competition. 


Dan with Red and Landonn during the Stadium Phase of competitions. 

Dan with Red Dan Jumping Landonn


Dan during the Cross Country Phase of competitions. 

Dan X Country X Country


Dan Trees Dan Water Jump


Halloween brought out quite a gathering of unusual riders!

Headless Horsewoman Halloween group



RMEC occasionally hosts clinics, seminars, and workshops on a variety of topics.


Sue Martin conducts dressage clinics on a regular schedule.  See Greta for details.


George Morris Clinic at RMEC  April 17 - 19, 2015

RMEC was proud to bring George Morris to Longmont, Colorado. 24 riders participated each of the three days in small groups. Many reported life-changing skills and have so much to work on in the future. His mastery of the sport is evident, yet his humble manner leaves much to ponder when working with individual horses. Over 100 auditors attended, and George was careful to gear his instruction to the trainers and students in the audience as well as the riders.




Other Visiting Clinicians



Dolly Hannon Raian
Dolly Hannon
Raian Kaiser



Longs Peak

Dan, RMEC owner, takes weekly trail rides (or more often if desired).  He is happy to trailer clients to surrounding areas. 
Within 5 to 15 minutes of RMEC there are thousands of acres and miles of trails for your enjoyment. 

For those wishing to travel a bit further, there are many more areas from which to choose such as Rocky Mountain National Park and the Indian Peaks areas. 







Additionally, Dan travels to the Arapaho Hunt bi-weekly during the season, and clients are welcome to join him for the hunt experience.






Rabbit Mountain Equestrian Center, LLC

www.rabbitmountainequestriancenter.com or www.rmec.co