Hope Lock Farm, where it is all about learning, little by
little, step by step, this is an experience. Starting with the
love of a horse, learning the skills of a correct foundation,
fine tuning these skills, developing respect for another
being and becoming a friend and partner with the horse of your
Hope Lock Farm established in 1977 is an instructional and boarding
facility located in Easton PA near the junction of route 33 and 22.
Here students learn how to ride and safely handle horses, safety is our
priority. They are taught how and why in a fun and educational atmosphere.
Our program allows students to experience different disciplines of riding as
they progress through our step by step program.. When students have attained
the basic skills and are interested in stepping up we can assist in finding a
horse to lease or purchase. If showing is in your future, our chosen breed
to show is the Appaloosa due to the outstanding youth program the Appaloosa
Horse Club offers. Show students of Hope Lock currently attend 8-10 shows
annually. More about the show team at our Show Team page.
~ Gayle Matson-Kozak
~ Congratulations ~
Congratulations to Gayle for being chosen as the 2016 Trainer of the Year by the Appaloosa Horse Club.
Link: Appaloosa Horse Club Trainer of the Year Award
~ Congratulations ~
Congratulations to the show team for their successful completion of the 2016 World Championship Appaloosa Youth
and 2016 69th National Appaloosa Horse Shows in Fort Worth, TX. See their results on the Team Members page
or learn more about the Youth World and Adult National show at the Appaloosa.com web site.
Link: Show Team Members
Link: 2016 World Championship Appaloosa Youth
Jan 1, 2017 - Show Calendar
Show Team Members, please review the Show Calendar and let Gayle know which shows you plan to attend.
Link: 2017 Show Schedule
Apr 1, 2016 - Summer Camp
We are pleased to announce the dates for our annual Summer Camp. The 2016 Hands On Horse
Camp will be held June 27 - July 1, 2016. Please see our Summer Camp page for more information.
Link: 2016 Hands On Horse Camp
No hour of life is wasted that is spent in the saddle.
To ride a horse is to ride the sky.
I can always tell which is the front end of a horse, but beyond that, my art is not above the ordinary.
Do you take lessons with Susie? Do you want to show your friends a picture of the horse
you ride every weekend? Checkout the Lesson Horses page.
Link: Our Lesson Horses