Lindinhof Equine Sports Zentrum is nestled in the woods near Oregon, Wisconsin. We have twenty four 10′x12′ matted stalls and wide aisles. The stabling arena is divided into three areas: horses in training, school horses, and sales horses. Each arena has its own heated tack room. Within the horses in training area, each client and their horse has their own individual locker to store their equipment.
Surrounded by pine trees, the 80′x200′ heated indoor arena has excellent footing of sand and is ready to take on any weather Wisconsin throws are us. In the winter, the arena is set for 40 degrees and during the summer, the arena stays about 75 degrees. It has a full short side of mirrors to assist in training and windows to give it a wonderful airy feeling to ride in.
We have several large pastures and individual turn-outs, each with its own heated water tank. There are groomed trails on the Lindinhof property, and nearby farmers let us use their fields for trail-riding longer distances, cross-training, and practicing dressage work in the open.
Monthly Training includes:
As a rider retraining from another equestrian discipline, I have been impressed with Megan’s ability to connect with riders from different backgrounds using teaching approaches individually suited to the students’ learning needs. Since I don’t have a dressage horse, her amazing schoolmaster horses have taught me how things should feel, and Megan’s patient explanations and suggestions have helped me to become a dressage rider. Tamar K.