We are an Equestrian Training Facility
For Children and the Young at Heart
Schauber Stables, LLC is located in Saratoga County in the heart of New York State’s horse country.
We offer a comprehensive range of services including boarding, lessons, training, clinics, summer camps, school vacation camps, leases, sales, horse shows and much more.
Schauber Stables, LLC is conveniently located between exits 10 and 11 of off the Adirondack Northway (I-87). We are just minutes from Route 50 in Burnt Hills. Find us on the map: Click Here!
For more information about our location and facility please follow the appropriate link on the left side of the page.
Schauber Stables, LLC now makes it possible for you to schedule your riding lesson online. If you have not yet registered, then take a moment to do so (you can do it from the login button above), then procede to the lesson scheduler. If you are already a member, then click on the button below, or select "Schedule a Lesson" from the menu above.
We take lesson appointments up to an hour before the lesson begins. To see what times are available with which trainers, click on the button below (don't forget to register or log in first).
Riding Camp 2013
Schauber Stables, LLC offers a unique riding camp opportunity for children between the ages of 5 to 17. Camps are offered during the spring school recess, the summer school vacationas well as the winter school recess. Campers will be given an opportunity to attend camp for the entire day or a clinic for half a day. Campers who cannot attend for an entire week may attend for only a day if space is available.
Continuing for the summer of 2013 we will be offering a Counselor in Training Program for horse lovers ages 13 to 17 years. In addition to helping the counselors with the younger campers, the CITs will enjoy a daily riding lesson and have the opportunity to engage in other age appropriate activities.
At camp, campers are divided into small groups of riders (3 to 4) with similar riding ability and experience. Each day the campers have a group riding lesson. For campers who attend the full day camp, additional lessons may be scheduled if the weather and time permit. In addition to the riding skills the campers learn during their lessons, campers also learn other aspects of horse care including how to handle a horse on the ground, how to groom a horse, how to tack a horse as well as information about horse health care and nutrition. Campers also participate in a variety of barn chores including mucking stalls and raking the aisle! Campers may also enjoy other horse related activities, such as making horse treats and learning how to braid a horse’s mane.
In addition to the horse back riding lessons and learning about horses, campers will also engage in a variety of arts and crafts. The arts and craft activities may include decorating a canvas bag, painting a horse sculpture, making jewelry, painting, decoupaging, experimenting with paper mache as well as painting (with tempra water paints) one of the actual lesson horses! Campers will also enjoy playing some season appropriate sports.