Half-Day Summer Camp!

There are some spots still open for half-day Summer Camp at the CEC!

There is plenty for your child to learn during Corinthian Equestrian Center’s Summer Camp. A full week of fun, sun and fresh air! Let your child get down and dirty at the stable for a busy week of half-day summer camp for ages 5-8 or full-day summer camp for ages 9 to 15 years. Children are separated during camp by age and experience. 

On Friday’s the last day of camp, campers will show off their new skills by participating in a Horse Show! Parents are welcome to attend.

Pizza Party on Fridays, the last day of camp!

Half-day summer camp from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm or 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm includes sessions on horsemanship with riding lessons and alternating days of hour-long crafts and swimming. Children should bring a snack each day.

Horsemanship teaching covers general horse care and anatomy, nutrition and how to spot sickness in a horse, grooming, care of tack, and discussions about the various breeds of horses and riding disciplines.

Half-day Summer Camp: $230.00
Ages 5-8

Half-Day Summer Camp 2017 Schedule

July 10-14 (9-1)
July 31-August 4 (9-1)

Forms:

Corinthian Equestrian Center Liability Release
Warnings Page 1
Warnings Page 2
Medical History
Authorization for Medical Treatment

Call the Lee at CEC to book now at (973) 617-7744!

Dressage at CEC

My name is Diane Mansour and I’m very happy to be working with my students at the lovingly renovated Corinthian Equestrian Center. As a trainer, I see my role in helping the dressage horse and rider gain their fullest potential as artists and athletes. Experience of more than fifty years, first as a young hunter/jumper, then as a dressage rider, breeder, and facility manager, convinces me that this happens through kindness, insight, and persistent work. With patient and informed guidance, I work with riders of all ages and at all levels through Prix St. George to engage successfully and joyfully in the discipline of classical dressage.

If you’re interested in taking dressage lessons at CEC, contact Diane at (845) 986-5762. For more information about riding lessons in another discipline contact Lee Dillon at (973) 617-7744 or through the Contact Form.

Spring and Summer Season at CEC!

Spring is upon us at Corinthian Equestrian Center!

We’re planning a full Season of Lessons, Camp and Horse Shows! First up – Garden State Horse Show! Come learn and Show with us and please feel free to visit us at our beautiful Facility in Warwick, NY. Corinthian features a large Indoor Ring connected to many Stalls, 2 outdoor Rings and acres of turn out.

Lessons and Training by Ken Okken and Lee Dillon. Ken is a USEF “R” Hunter, Equitation and Jumper Judge, “R” Steward and Course Designer. Come learn from the “Judges Eye”.

Accepting Boarders and Sales Horses, we look forward to being of service to you and your horse!

All about the Garden State Horse Show.

For more information about CEC’s Summer Camp head over here!

Summer Camp at CEC!

There is plenty for your child to learn during Corinthian Equestrian Center’s Summer Camp. A full week of fun, sun and fresh air! Let your child get down and dirty at the stable for a busy week of half-day summer camp for ages 5-8 or full-day summer camp for ages 9 to 15 years. Children are separated during camp by age and experience. 

On Friday’s the last day of camp, campers will show off their new skills by participating in a Horse Show! Parents are welcome to attend.

Pizza Party on Fridays, the last day of camp!

Full-day summer camp from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm includes morning and afternoon sessions on horsemanship with riding lessons, an hour of crafts, and an hour of swimming for your child to cool off from the summer heat. Children should bring a packed lunch and a snack each day.

Half-day summer camp from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm or 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm includes sessions on horsemanship with riding lessons and alternating days of hour-long crafts and swimming. Children should bring a snack each day.

Horsemanship teaching covers general horse care and anatomy, nutrition and how to spot sickness in a horse, grooming, care of tack, and discussions about the various breeds of horses and riding disciplines.

Full-day Summer Camp: $400.00
Ages 9-15

June 26-30 FULL
July 17-21 FULL
August 21-25 FULL
August 28-September 1

Half-day Summer Camp: $230.00
Ages 5-8

July 10-14 (9-1)
July 31-August 4 (9-1)

Forms:

Corinthian Equestrian Center Liability Release
Warnings P1
Warnings P2
Medical History
Authorization for Medical Treatment

Call the Lee at CEC to book now at (973) 617-7744!

Corinthian’s Crimson Hunt aka “Handsome”

Handsome and Leah

A twelve-year-old Appaloosa and Thoroughbred cross, Handsome is an attractive gentleman! He is a multiple top ten National Appaloosa Champion, experienced in the disciplines of Hunt Seat, lower-level jumping, and Western riding. He is currently being trained for fox hunting, as well as Dressage.

Handsome is a calm mount with a sweet disposition who has a little bit of spunk at just the right times. At sixteen hands and willing to please, Handsome’s sweet nature is wonderful for any level rider.

Corinthian’s Armani

armani4The CEC’s newest equine resident, Armani is a black beauty Thoroughbred from southern, New Jersey. Armani has competed extensively on the eastern seaboard including HITS Ocala and HITS Saugerties. At ten years old and seventeen hands high, Armani is an experience veteran of the Hunter Jumper world. He’s currently in training as a field hunter, as well as in dressage for future eventing.

armani3A very handsome boy, Armani is totally chill in personality, though he likes to get up and go! A sweet talker, he’s willing to learn and move, providing beginners through experienced riders with a willing partnership.

Corinthian Wild Card aka “Carder”

Corinthian Wild Card
Corinthian Wild Card

Carder is a flashy steed to ride! A fifteen-year-old Morgan horse out of Corinthian Morgan’s of Ohio, Carder is a multi-discipline champion in Saddle and Hunt seat. He also drives beautifully.

Carder is extremely broke for any level rider, with a sweet and playful nature, who will lovingly find a way to stain your shirt with goobers after a long ride.

You wouldn’t think a fifteen-hand Morgan horse could jump, but Carder sails over obstacles with sass. He currently fox hunts with his owner Lee Dillon, as part of Windy Hollow Hunt and has the skills of a lower level Jumping and Dressage veteran.

Carder and Lee
Carder and Lee

Ken Okken, Hunter, Jumper, Equitation Trainer

An equestrian since the age of 10, I have ridden and shown in the Hunter/Equitation and Jumper Divisions for many years. I currently teach all aspects of Equitation, Hunters and Jumpers with an emphasis on time proven horsemanship. My emphasis is on horse care, health and well-being first. My teaching stresses a balanced seat, kind, following hands, correct upper body and proper equitation at all times. I instruct that “proper position creates proper movement”. This prepares the rider to adapt to any situation and any horse.

Being a USEF (The United States Equestrian Federation) Judge for over 20 years gives me the experience of knowing how to pick a winner in the ring which gives me best insight as to how to prepare my students and horse to achieve that goal.

Ken Okken
Ken Okken

USEF “R” Judge – Hunters, Jumpers & Equitation
USEF “R” CI Steward

Together with Assistant Trainer/Professional Rider, Rose Anne Spallone-Nagle we offer the best Instruction and Training for you and your horse.

We look forward to being of service to you and your horse at Corinthian Equestrian Center!

To contact Ken for instruction and training please call
(973)-534-9202.

Welcome to Corinthian Equestrian Center

Corinthian Equestrian Center CEC LLC, formerly Whisper Wind Farm, is a fully renovated horse boarding and training facility, sitting on 40 majestic acres in historic Warwick, New York, fifty-eight miles north of New York City.

CEC offers a warm and fun atmosphere for boarding horses comfortably with extensive indoor and outdoor facilities for pleasure riding, training, jumping, and flatwork. The health of CEC’s horses is of the utmost importance with full group, semigroup, or individual turnout daily.