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New announcement:

High Knoll Equestrian Center welcomes the Dover High School Animal/Equine Science program to the barn for the 2009-2010 school year!

Pony Camps


Pony Camp Bag

For several weeks throughout the summer, High Knoll Equestrian Center offers Pony Camp to students and the general public. Children ages 6-14 will enjoy spending time with fellow horse lovers while learning skills in horsemanship. Students participate in daily riding lessons, daily unmounted lessons, arts and crafts, games, demonstrations, and activities. Our pony camp is taught by experienced instructors with your child's safety being our top priority. Assisting the camp instructors, our Junior Counselors are working students in our program.

Kids Riding away Kids at Camp

Contact us to be on our mailing list and be the first to learn about our Camp dates!


One session, 9am-1pm M-F -- $275/session

Camper for a day, $60/day --  After/Before Child Care available, $10/hr


2010 Camp Dates:

Session 1= June 21- June 25

Session 2= July 12- July 16

Session 3= July 26-July 30

Session 4= August 9- August 13


Please email for an Information and Registration Form!


High Knoll Equestrian Center wishes to thank Center Hill Barns for construction of the new indoor riding arena!

Myhre Equine IndoorMyhre Equine Indoor

Our new 70x144-ft indoor riding arena is just steps away from the stables and features maintained, dust-free footing, and bright lighting day and night. The arena has been staying warm from the daytime sun this winter, so our riders are enjoying year-round, comfortable riding. We are also happy with our quiet composite (shingled) roof.

Our indoor arena is available for truck-ins by appointment; please contact us for more information!

Dressage Clinics with Jackie Smith

Jackie Smith

High Knoll Equestrian Center is pleased to offer ongoing clinics featuring the instruction talent of Jackie Smith, from Lyman, Maine. Jackie is an instructor and trainer with 25 years of experience, including achievements such as bronze, silver, and gold medals from the United States Dressage Federation, competing at the highest level of the sport, Grand Prix, and numerous NEDA and all breeds awards. Jackie enjoys working with riders and horses of all levels, but particularly likes helping committed riders who want to develop their dressage skills.

Jackie works primarily out of Maine, spending some winter months in Florida. Her training influences span fifteen years of work with Sue Jaccoma, and include other trainers such as Pam Goodrich, Michael Poulin, Sue Downer, and Ann Gribbons. Additionally, she borrows teachings from John Lyons, Ray Hunt, and Buck Brannaman, using groundwork techniques to lay a foundation of respect and communication that ultimately carries over to work under saddle. In the saddle, she emphasizes the value of a correct, balanced position that enables the rider to give clear, precise aids. The most important tool, in her opinion, is praise -- rewarding our equine partners with good timing and intent.

Jackie's strong work ethic, good instincts, zeal for learning, and unwavering passion for bringing out the best in horses has made her the talented trainer she is today and an instructor dedicated to helping her students reach their own dreams.

Clinic Dates with Jackie Smith: Next clinic TBA

Please e-mail for more information or a registration form to sign up.


High Knoll Therapeutic Program is currently accepting new clients.  Please contact us receive your registration packet. 


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