Frazier Farm caters to a wide range of riders. The clientele is a wonderful mix between
children and adults and from green to quite accomplished riders and anywhere in-between. If you do not have your own horse, Frazier Farm is
home to some quiet, safe, experienced school horses.
Corinne and Star Quality
Corinne Gagnon teaches both children and adults of all experience levels. Corinne was riding horses about as soon as she could walk.
After growing up with a background in western and huntseat, Corinne was turned on to the sport of eventing in 2001. She developed a deep
appreciation for dressage which she uses as the basis for all of her teaching.
Aside from raising her young son, Colton, Corinne manages to find the time to ride, compete, and teach. She actively competes at events in Area I.
In 2012, she was Area I BN Champion, and also earned a Gold Medal in the Novice division, aboard Star Quality, owned by the Haberland Family.
Corinne encourages her students to become competitive in the sport of eventing and is enthusiastic about coaching them at Frazier Farm events as
well as recognized events in Area I.
Gabby and her horse, Dempsey
Gabby Goulet started riding at a very young age. And for her, it was not just a phase ... it was a passion. Gabby now enjoys passing
that love of horses and riding to her students at Frazier Farm.
Gabby specializes in teaching young riders and those that are new to the sport. She is very
knowledgeable and personable which helps to make her students feel comfortable and capable.
Lessons are available as private (45 min. to 1 hour) or group (2 or more riders) Group
lessons run anywhere from 1 hour to 11/2 hours depending on the size of the group.
Rates are as follows:
Private using your own horse: $55
We also offer out our cross-country course for schooling with your own trainer. The cost is
$40/horse, call in advance please.
Private using FF horse: $60
Group using your own horse: $35
Group using FF horse: $40
To inquire about lessons or training please call Corinne at (203) 263-2627.
What better way for a kid to spend the summer than at the barn! Frazier Farm offers
summer camps throughout the months of July and August. There are four weeks of Beginner Camp:
July 1 - 5
These weeks are geared toward riders who are brand new to the riding scene or those who have
limited experience. They are open to boys and girls aged 6-12. Camp is from 9:00 a.m. to
July 15 - 19
July 22 - 26
July 29 - August 2
August 12 - 16
August 26 - 30
There are also two weeks of Show Camp for slightly more experienced riders in preparation
for some of the schooling horse shows at Frazier Farm. Also, there is one Event Camp
for more experienced riders looking to get into eventing which is leading up to the summer Frazier
Farm Horse Trials. These junior rider workshops are from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Entries into the shows/events are included. The dates are as follows:
July 9 - 14
August 20 - 25
August 6 - 11
Photography by Randy