****Exciting News: We are currently in the planning stages to build our dream show barn and hope to have it up and running by September 2012****
Aisling Ranch is the dream now lived and owned/run by Megan Kenney and her husband Andrew Spiess (as well as their 3 year old daughter and 3 month old son). We are a very small operation that specializes in the training and competing of stallions, Gypsy horses, and all other horse breeds that are brought to us for training. We focus here on combined training with a fundamental focus in dressage for proper muscle development and mental/physical obedience of the horse to bring about a happier, healthier, SAFER and VERSATILE equine partner. All horses are schooled at their own pace and abilities using natural horsemanship techniques.
Megan spent her years growing up around horses and apprenticing with trainers in New England in the disciplines of dressage and H/J using natural horsemanship methods as well as a diverse background in training to ride in other under saddle disciplines as well as starting horses in driving. She started trick training in high school and is completely self-taught.
Aisling (pronounced "Ash-Lin") means to dream or to envision, and that is exactly what we do when it comes to the breeding, training, and selling of this ancient and magnificent breed as well as the training of other breeds brought to us here by clientele. We are always looking to better ourselves, our horses, and services we offer to bring out the best in our relationships with horse and human. From equine to human, you are family at our small facility from the time you step foot (or hoof) here and will always be treated with professionalism, integrity, care, and concern.
We strive to form trusting relations with people and educate those who seek knowledge in all aspects of horse ownership, care, and management. We are passionate about horses and we train for a harmoniously balanced relationship with both horse and human. We firmly believe in honor and integrity and simply enjoying the love of horses.
An AR student getting to experience the Spanish Walk