At EHP Eventing, success stems from horse and rider working together, towards one goal.
Emily's mission is to train horses and riders for all levels of riding. Her approach is holistic, focusing on all aspects of horsemanship, including:
This produces healthy, happy, and well-behaved horses that enjoy their jobs.
Emily encourages her students to create goals for their riding and focus on having a safe and confidant experience regardless of level or skill. Her lesson program caters to all aspiring riders from the beginner to the Three Day Event Rider. The majority of Emily's clients event, so competition opportunities are extensive.
Safe lesson horses and ponies are available for those without mounts of their own.
Emily is available for clinics. Please contact for more information
Red Fox Equestrian
9594 Fox Rd Clayton OH 45313
Twin Towers Park
501 Yellow Springs Fairfield Rd Yellow Springs OH 45387.
Contact for additional fees that may apply for on site lessons at your farm
Emily is available for Clinics at your farm or other location. . Contact Emily at 937-307-3184 or firstname.lastname@example.org
February 26 Painted Sky Huber Heights OH - Bitting Clinic - Contact Tori 402-440-8457
March 29 - April 2. Aiken Full Gallop Training Trip- taking participants now
April 27 - 30. Land Rover Lexington KY
May 6 & 7 MVEA schooling show (MVEA YEAR END)
May 14. Red Fox Mini Trial (MVEA YEAR END)
June 2 - 4 IEA Franklin IN
June 23 - 25 Mid-South HT @ KHP
July 14 - 16 Champagne Run @ KHP
Sept. 3 Red Fox Mini (MVEA YEAR END)
August 28 - Sept 3. AEC @ KHP
September 29. Jump Start HT KHP
October 6-8 Miami Valley HT (MVEA YEAR END)
November 10-12. River Glen Fall HT Newmarket, TN
**All students must have a signed Emily Hansen Palmus LLC release form. Please email email@example.com for a copy if you do not have one**
Safety is THE number one concern. All students must wear appropriate safety gear including:
All safety gear is to be provided and inspected by RIDER and/or PARENT. Please see http:/emsaonline.net/2015/03/25/free-online-concussion-course-cdc