to Flying Change PHP!!!
Home of the 2016
Reserve National Champion and the Champion of Champions class winner, *Llanarth Royalty!
Please see stallion page for more details on him!
2017 Summer Camp dates have been posted! Check out our
Summer camp page! Hurry sign up for a discount!
Contact us if you are interested in joining
our IEA Middle school or High school team for 2016-2017
facebook! for the latest events!
our winning team!! 2016 show
season was the best yet and what a year it had been!! Our students
came home with NUMEROUS championships and perpetual
trophies in multiple divisions!! We had several
medal prize winners with the first year showing! Check out
lesson page for more details on how your child can join our
We offer lessons, boarding, sales, summer and winter camps,
training, leasing, breeding, and hauling. Lessons are available for ages four and up. We specialize in Hunters, Jumpers,
Equitation and also teach English and western pleasure
riding. Trail riding also available!
Trainer & Manager:
Leanne grew up in PA and has been around horses all her life. She
acquired her first pony in second grade, and
from there a deep passion for these animals grew.
Throughout her school career she competed at local and
state levels in horsemanship and horse judging. She completed
several Equine courses in reproductive
management, to further her education in foaling and
started showing Hunters in 2002, and has spent most of her
show career showing training horses and ponies for their owners from
flat classes to over fences in local and rated shows in the
area. She prides herself
in starting green ponies and getting them well schooled and
safe enough to become children's mounts. She also enjoys
showing some of her homebred ponies up and down the east coast
at hunter and welsh shows. She is an active member of the
following organizations: USEF,
USHJA, WPCSA, PPBA, MPB, EWC, and the ARIA.
Come and see what we've got to offer!
Flying Change PHP is located in beautiful
Southern York County, Pennsylvania.
Stop by and visit!
Revised January 23rd, 2017