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Welcome to Erickson Acres!

Welcome to Erickson Acres, a family friendly horse training facility located in beautiful Spring Valley, Wisconsin. With over 25 years of dedicated horse training experience, our focus is to provide top notch horse training and instruction for our clients in a safe, comfortable, and welcoming atmosphere (for both human and equine). We offer training, riding lessons, summer day camps, clinics, sales, leasing, boarding, and so much more.

We are not a stuffy, rigid, riding barn... we like to have fun! You will find lots of smiles and laughter here; children, adults - entire families - are encouraged to come join the fun. Sarah Erickson will help you find that connection you long for with your horse, and you will make new friends along the journey. Don’t have a horse? No problem! We have several well schooled, safe horses here available that are appropriate for beginning riders all the way up through seasoned, advanced riders looking to challenge themselves to rise to the next level of riding.

Take a few minutes to browse through our website to learn more about what Erickson Acres has to offer. Call or email us for more information or to schedule a visit.

Phone: 715.220.5660 | Email:
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A note from the Lead Mare:

Yikes- I lost count of how many days were horribly cold!!!! -at least it is warmer this week.

The horses survived with their nice warm blankets and lovely round bales of hay.  I am a HUGE fan of HayChix bale nets.
(if you order: use this link for 20% off
Back to the hay nets. I have 9 horses on a bale. The bale lasts about 5-6 days with ZERO waste. There is almost zero fighting with all horses around the bale. The nets allow them to eat 24/7 like grazing so their gut is always working and they stay warmer.

Not only am I enjoying the warmer temperatures, I have also been able to move Hickory to an indoor so I can ride even on the worse days- yes I am nuts and ride on sub-zero days. We work on my balance and I play around riding bareback.

Hickory is coming along nicely, transitions and self carriage.  He has a nice quiet personality.

I am taking reservations for spring training. Get your horse on the list for first spots (only 4 per month)

1 week tune-up starts at $150.

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