Flying W Stables Programs
Full service boarding and lesson facilty featuring:
42 box stalls with self contained lockers for tack and equipment storage
80 x 220 indoor arena
Large outdoor dressage arena and outdoor jump arena with Athletix footing
Cross country field
On site vet clinic
Full barn management including farrier and vet services
Lesson, clinics, and events
For boarding, please call Wendy Webb: 307.413.1323
Heather has over 20 years riding and competition experience with many top placings including competing through the intermediate level with Rupert Imp. She teaches children and adults, ranging in experince from beginning to advanced competition. Heather is a certified as a Pony Club Instructor, a Pony Club examiner and clinician. Many of Heather's students have achieved numerous successes in competition. Heather grew up in Vermont and then moved west to be an instructor in Jackson, WY. She operated a large training and boarding facility in Idaho before returning to the Flying W in 2009. She is successfully competing her horse Jasmine to many victories across the west including vicorties at Aspen Farm and Colorado Horse Park. Heather is not only an experienced instructor, but a great coach who travels to competitions with students of varying levels.
The Flying W brings in Clinicians on a consistent, year-round basis to compliment the on-site instructors. Please visit our site often for news on upcoming clinics and events.
July 11-15, 2018: Tricia O'Connor Show Jumping Clinic
Please contact Wendy to sign up:
Mark and Tanya Kyle: Mark and Tanya are accomplished eventers who own & operate Queenholme Farm in England. Mark represented Ireland in the Athens and London Olympic Games.
Jean Moyer: Internationally known eventing coach. She is a Level III coach for Canada, holds a BHSI from England, and is a graduate A pony clubber.
Tricia O'Connor: Tricia owns & operates Cloverlea Farm in Williston,FL, and competes in Grand Prix Show Jumping.
Sarah and Clay Martin: Clayton and Sarah have brought their unique training system and developed their facility, Taka Chi, to cater to the art as well as the discipline inherent in developing a dressage horse and rider.
Tom Ordway: is a well-known equestrian trainer, teacher and competitor that currently resides in Princeton, Idaho. A graduate "A" from Glastonbury Pony Club in Connecticut, he has competed actively for many years. Tom is also an USEF Combined Training Technical Delegate.