Raleigh, NC, May 22, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Whispering Hope Stables is excited to announce the start of their "Never Too Late" Training Program for women having the desire to get-up in the saddle.
"As a mom of two young children, I found that there are things in our lives that we once did, but have stopped because of the high demands of being a parent, wife, business professional or caretaker,” says Amy Peters, owner of Whispering Hope Stables. “ We lose touch with just relaxing with a group of friends and we wanted to create a program that provides a unique opportunity in a fabulous setting for women.”
Whispering Hope Stables (www.whisperinghopestables.com
) is a premier horse facility located in the heart of Raleigh, just 7 miles from downtown and minutes from Cary, North Carolina. They are the top horse farm in Raleigh at providing top-notch service and a relaxing sanctuary to their members and guests as they strive to meet their equestrian goals. Not only does their "Never Too Late" club provide valuable bonding time with friends, it truly is a wonderful opportunity to learn horsemanship. Taught by Grand Prix rider and active FEI Developing Horse and Young Horse Program competitor Laurie Hutchinson, the program focuses on the keys to communicating with horses whether the goal is trail riding or top-level competition.
“I meet so many people, particularly women who loved horses as children, who say they wish they could come out and ride. Amy and I wanted to create a program where they can, in a purely fun and supportive environment,” says Hutchinson. “Whispering Hope is a truly special place, purely for the purpose of fostering a positive environment for people to enjoy horses. We have created a family atmosphere among our members that makes my work so rewarding, and we are constantly looking for ways to share that feeling in the community.”
The group training session will have no more than 4 ladies and includes 1 hour of training, with a minimum of 45 minutes of mounted time. Training will also include tacking and grooming, but no real dirty work as the Whispering Hope Staff takes care of all the heavy lifting. Upon completion of putting the horse back out to pasture, the group is then invited up to the Crown Lounge which gets its name from the owner's favorite beverage (http://whisperinghopestables.com/lounge.html
). “Yes, our ‘Never Too Late’ ladies have been known to have a few drinks in the Crown Lounge after a ride as there never seems to be a shortage of good wine and conversation,” says Amy Peters.
With fantastic footing, premier horses and miles of trails through hills overlooking Lake Wheeler, Whispering Hope Stables is Raleigh’s premier horse boarding and training facility and a truly relaxing sanctuary for its’ members and trainees. If you would like to learn more about the “Never Too Late” program for you and your friends, then please contact Whispering Hope Stables’ main office at (919) 851-6237 and ask for either Amy Peters or Laurie Hutchinson.