Ariatti Equestrian Services is please to announce our VERY OWN PLACE…..Dream Blue Farm..

Dream Blue is just under 28 acres of rolling country in Simpsonville, KY. We have a 72 x 180 large covered arena with eleven stalls and another small barn with 5 stalls.  We have mesh wire fencing and a lovely trial that takes us on a 2 mile walk completely around the property along with a large open field for our cross country jumps.  We are working hard to finish our outdoor jump arena.  Three of our four fields have run in sheds.  We have 400 beautiful acres to ride on right across the street to condition or just go on a leisurely walk.

Horseback riding is a great way to exercise, build confidence and be in nature. Horses are a great way to learn about yourself, time management, organization skills, staying in the moment, core strength and we can go on….. We believe the outside of a horse is good for the inside of us all. Ariatti Equestrian offers horseback riding lessons and bonding opportunities for all levels.

Ariatti Equestrian Services is a top horseback riding lessons instructor in the Goshen, Kentucky Horseback Riding Lessons guide on NewHorse.com.  


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Interesting fact... Ever wonder why Lexington, KY is the Horse Capital of the World? It wasn't because of coincidence... The Bluegrass region surrounding Lexington is one of the rarest ecosystems in the country, something called a woodland pasture. Almost half a billion years ago, trilobites, brachiopods, corals, clams and snails lived in an inland sea that inundated what is now Fayette County, KY, and the city of Lexington. As these creatures died and drifted to the seafloor, calcium in their shells formed a limestone layer up to 320 feet thick. As the sea drew away and the land lifted, water began percolating through the soil and limestone, which leached out calcium, a vital ingredient for both plants and animals. Lush grass together with shade from the trees proved a winning combination for livestock. The calcium-rich grass and undulating hills enables horses to build strong leg bones. This is the real reason why Lexington is the Horse Capital of the World!

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So we went to the Stone Place Hunter show. It was fun! Thank you Sarah Younger and gang for entertaining us all day!! Great to practice! ...

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Well you are wondering what we did this weekend right? We are exhausted! ...

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