A lease is perfect for an adult who’s ready to get back into riding but isn’t ready to buy a horse, or for a young rider ready to take the next step from just one or two lessons per week. Bonnie Lea has lease packages and horses available for all ages, skill levels and sizes. All lease pricing includes one  mandated lesson per  week. Additional lessons are available and encouraged.

Leasing is also a useful way to “test-drive” a horse. If you’d like to buy, but not sure if you could handle the responsibility, lease for a month or more to be sure! Or, if you’d like the experience of owning a horse without the initial startup,  then a lease is for you!

Summer/Short Term Lease Options: MUST BE PRE-ARRANGED
Short term leasing, subject to availability. Please keep in mind that we have to keep the horses for the entire year for them to be available and fit for the summer months. Short term leases may only jump in lessons unless approved by Lisa. (Rider is responsible for additional lessons, show coaching, trailering, entry fees, housing and meals at horse shows, etc.)

* $5500 – 3 month lease (June, July, August). Ride 5-6 days per week. Includes one lesson per week, participation in any weekly summer programs, horse use fee waived for horse shows.

* $1895 per month with one lesson a week and up to 5 additional rides.

* $595 per week with one lesson per week and up to 5 additional rides.

Year Round – With Annual Contract
Partial Lease – $575 per month
2 – 3 days a week
Must declare days and times when you will be riding.

Half Lease – $750 per month
4-5 days a week
Must declare in which half of the days you will be riding.

 Full Lease – $825-1450 per month
 Full care and full use of the horse.

Whatever your decision, Lisa can match you with a horse that’s perfect for you. Stop by or call for more information about leasing one of our amazing horses!

*PLEASE NOTE: prices & days may vary with horse and with short-term leasing during the summer months*

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