Our world champion horse instructors and trainers will develop a program that work for you and your horse, whether your goals are just learning to ride or competing at a world level.
IB Stables offers horse-riding lessons in Noblesville, Indiana. Our trainers will focus on you and your horse as a pair and customize your lessons to your needs. Don't own a horse? - no problem! We have the best school horses avaliable. Tried and true reitred show horses.
In addition to riding lessons and clinics, we also offer a professional horse training program, proven successful at the world champion level. Your horse can compete in AQHA, APHA, ApHC or NSBA. Plus, we'll provide an array of services, including:
Hauling to shows, showing horses, and coaching riders at shows. Our goal is to find the method that works best for each horse.
We accept clients and horses for horse training on an individual basis. Email us now to find out more about IB Stables in Noblesville, Indiana.
IB Stables is a premier 105 acre State of the Art -- Family owned and operated -- Horse Facility with over 60 years of knowledge and experience in horse nutrition, care, training, breeding, and maintenance. The facility is Located just outside of Noblesville, Indiana and is a Full Service Horse Operation.
The facility offers Boarding with the highest Quality of Care, Indoor and Outdoor arenas, Individual Daily turnout, equipment including trail poles, jumps, barrels, and even open riding trail areas. It also provides services including EquiVibe Therapy and Rehab programs for recovering equine athletes or retired horses.
The lesson program is tailored specifically to a horse and riders needs, and is designed to help achieve their personal horsemanship and show goals. We focus on horse and rider as a pair, to develop a better relationship between them as a team. We do offer a select number of lessons on our horses, to be arranged on an individual basis. The lesson structure incorporates many different maneuvers, and exercises that build communication and strengthen the bond between horse and rider.