you’re a beginner or very advanced, Arimar offers expertly trained
school horses to suit your skill level. Our schoolmasters are trained
with an emphasis on lightness and balance, and they will teach you what
you need to know to further your classical dressage education. If you
prefer, you can bring your own horse so you can learn together.
For the beginning rider, we emphasize safety. The beginner will learn
how to sit on the horse correctly, establish a balanced position, and
how to give the correct aids (cues) to the horse. Our beginner schoolmasters
are calm, patient and forgiving; they will teach self-confidence and courage.
More advanced riders can learn everything from piaffer, passage, flying
changes in sequence, pirouette, extensions, shoulder-in, travers and renvers,
counter movements, and suspended walk to airs above ground and long reining.
For a change of pace, try a longe lesson in which you will focus on improving
The daughter of a carriage driving expert, Eileen Webb started riding
horses before she could walk. Her father taught her the basics of courage
and self-confidence around horses at a very young age. Her family initially
trained and showed Arabians, Quarter Horses and gaited horses, but Eileen
eventually decided she would like to specialize in dressage.
For a short time, Eileen rode with the "Royal
Lipizzaner Stallion Show," a famous travelling troupe that performs
throughout the world, bringing dressage to the public.
Eileen has personally trained numerous horses, including her Iberian
Stallions as well as many other breeds. She states, the horses that
you personally train from the beginning and the students you teach are
your business card. In the end, they should be exceptionally good."
Eileen and her husband Mark raise and train Iberian horses at ther farm
in Plymouth, Wisconsin, nestled in the beautiful Kettle Moraine Forest,
one hour north of Milwaukee.