Hawthorne Hill





Price list

Training/ Lessons

Training Ride $45.00

Training Packages

  • Two Services/week (total 8/month) $360/mo

  • Three Services/week (total 12/mo) $500/mo


Training Ride $45.00

Training Packages - includes horse rental fee

  • Two services/week (total 8/mo) $520.00

  • Three services/week (total 12/mo) $720.00

Lessons $55


Starting young horses $600/mo


*Please provide a 24hr notice for cancellations or you will be charged for your training.


*Off-site training available at above prices. A barn call fee will be based on mileage and split between the number of horses. Minimum of $10.00



Professional Fee

  • Day of training/riding $60.00/day

Lunging                                          $15.00/ lunge

AM School $25.00

Professional Ride Per Class $35.00

Professional Ride Per Division $60.00/day

Medications Billed per use 

No one is permitted to medicate their own horse on show grounds

Trainer Housing Divided evenly by number of horses

Braiding Please pay braider directly

Hauling $1.75/mile

****It is the exhibitors responsibility to pay the show office before leaving the show. This includes entries, bedding, and tack stall split.***


MONTHLY BOARD                                                        $750.00/mo

Horsecare/ Misc

BODY CLIP                                                                           $150.00 Horse/ $100.00 Pony

SHOW PREP (Clip and pull mane)                                 $35.00

COMMISSION FOR SALES OR LEASES                   15%

WASH BLANKETS                                                              $10.00 each

BLANKET REPAIR - Available Upon Request

HAULING                                                                               $1.75/mile

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Hawthorne Veterinary Clinic (Billing Address)

10435 Jerome Rd

Plain City, Ohio 43064



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Hawthorne Hill - (Training Farm Address)

7480 Badenoch Rd

Dublin, Ohio 43017




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