At Avoca Park Equestrian we have developed a facility where horse and rider want for nothing.
Over the past 27 years Leanne has achieved her Equestrian Australia, National Coaching Levels 1, 2 & 3 in Dressage and is a level 2 Jumping Equitation Judge. Leanne is a level 1 licensed teacher in Philippe Karl’s School of Légèreté.
During her riding career Leanne trained and competed Avoca Black Saint to Gand Prix and in that time represented both Australia and Victoria. Leanne’s currently continuing the development of her riding with the School of Légèreté and studies many aspects in maintaining and improving the horse and rider wellbeing.
If you are interested in us helping you, please fill out an ‘Application for Horse Training’ found at the bottom of this page. Avoca Park will contact you to discuss your horse in further detail, including an honest idea of how long Leanne believes she will need, to train your horse to reach their goal pending on their history.
Price for Training Horses at Avoca Park
$77* per day
1 week of training: $539*
2 weeks of training: $506* (per week)
3 weeks of training or more: $461* (per week).
*All prices listed above do not include our “Feed Fee”. Avoca Park uses our Feed Analysis Calculator to calculate the exact cost of feeding each horse on site. We do not charge any more than our cost price.
Our cost of feed is variable depending on the type of horse, because we train all types of horses, at all stages of fitness. This includes different breeds from riding ponies at competition fitness to recently agisting an underweight Percheron, rescued from a drought effected area. When a horse comes onto our property, we will provide full care and maintain all aspects of feeding.
For example, it costs $49 to feed the average horse at Avoca Park each week on our basic “in training” feed. The price is variable depending on feed prices and your horse’s individual needs. You are welcome to view a copy of our feed analysis document at any time while your horse is in training to explain our cost of “Feed Fee”.
All additional care provided by a staff member, for example, additional handling due to injury/ dressing wounds/ administering medication/cost of medication, or the use of an off-site professional such as a farrier or vet, will be an additional cost to your monthly invoice.
The above fees are based on horses agisting in our private paddocks.
Stabling is available and can be requested at an additional cost of $44 per day or $250 per week (inclusive of cleaning and sawdust).
Booking A Horse for Training
There is an upfront holding fee deposit of $200, we will send out an invoice after we receive your application. The $200 will be deducted from your training fees upon further invoice. We will ask for an upfront payment of 3 weeks prior to the arrival of your horse and then charge in up to 3 week invoices ongoing.