Our Program

Lessons, Leasing, Showing, and more.

Clover Luck is currently on a waitlist for new lesson students.  Check out our offerings below and feel free to fill out the form on our contact page to be added to the waitlist.

Sorry, we do not offer boarding at this time.


Our clientele are equestrians (or those who wish to be) who seek quality instruction and horse training in the English riding disciplines.   Additionally, managing the workload of our lesson horses is our top priority.  It is important to the Clover Luck team that the horses know they are an integral and essential family member, and that they never feel like they are overworked or under-appreciated.  Because the physical and mental health of our horses is of the utmost importance, all prospective new lesson students begin with an evaluation lesson, to ensure that their values and expectations of the horses align with ours.



Private, semi-private, and small group lessons for riders of all levels- beginner through advanced.



Coming August 2022: Middle & High School Interscholastic Equestrian Association competition teams.  Contact us ASAP to indicate interest.



With instructor approval, lesson students intermediate and up can be paired with a horse for partial lease.


DAYS at the FARM

Coming soon: Opportunities for kids to spend a day at the farm learning about horse care and farm life.



Local and regional horse show opportunities exist for riders of all levels.  Previous show experience is not required.



Coming soon: From birthday parties & scout groups for kids, to wine tastings and corporate retreats for adults, there's something for everyone at Clover Luck.


Pricing subject to seasonal changes.

Lessons are 45 minutes - 1 hour in length.

Private Lessons

$75 for students

$65 for leasers

Off-Site Lessons

$85 for farms within 15 miles.


$65 for students

$60 for leasers

Partial Leases

$200-$500 per month.

Small Groups

$55 for students

$50 for leasers

Horse Shows

Inquire for price estimates 

“The essential joy of being with horses is that it brings us in contact with the rare elements of grace, beauty, spirit, and freedom.”

— Sharon Ralls Lemon