Pair O’ Docs Farm to hold 1st competition for young riders

Pair O’ Docs Farm (Gabriella Brown)

BREMEN, Ala. – Pair O’ Docs Farm, a horse lesson farm located in Bremen, is hosting its first competition on Nov. 12. The Fall Competition will be full of Pair O’ Docs’ own students and outside riders from other lesson barns who will be competing in Beginner and Intermediate divisions in Horsemanship Pattern, Trail Course and Timed Event. 

The youngest competitor will be 7 and the oldest 12. The cost of entry for audience members is $5. 

The farm is owned by Lucy Andrews and husband Trygve Tollefsbol, who both have doctorate degrees, hence the name, Pair O’ Docs. 

Pair O’ Docs offers pasture boarding, trail riding and training classes for English and Western riding. When students advance, they are taught some dressage, jumping, barrel racing and pole bending skills.  

The farm is currently looking for new students. Beginner lessons and beyond are offered at the farm for students as young as 6. Guided trail rides are also available.  

Instructor and manager of Pair O’ Docs, Gabriella Brown, spoke about the benefits of horse riding, saying, “I know a lot of people find peace and happiness in it. They find that confidence that comes with being able to control an animal that is much bigger than them and it also teaches them to create a bond and work as a team with the horse.” 

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