TRAINING

Harley Brown Equestrian offers specific, individualized attention for each horse and rider. From short-stirrup, all the way through to International Grand Prix, Harley and Olivia work together to produce exceptional results for their clients, helping them reach new levels of success.

With a current resume of national and international grand prix wins, Harley and the team at HBE possess relevant experience that directly relates to the highest level of show jumping. This makes his training program uniquely qualified to assist riders who are dedicated to stepping up to new levels in their riding.

 
HARLEY BROWN RIDING SCHOOL

Learn the riding methods taught and used by International Grand Prix rider Harley Brown. The Harley Brown Riding School offers a small, quality lesson program, teaching riders the fundamentals of hunt-seat equitation in a fun and safe environment.

Our lesson horses have all been competitive on the “A” show circuit in hunters, jumpers and/or equitation and are the perfect learning partners for beginning or intermediate riders.

Once you are ready to experience horse ownership, we can help match you with the right mount for a full or a partial lease.

 
SALES/INVESTMENTS

Whether you are looking for the perfect horse, have a horse to sell or you are interested in an investment or syndication, Harley Brown Equestrian can help you. With years of experience as a noted and successful horse dealer in Australia, Harley continues to successfully match horses and riders.

Your sale horse will receive the best of care from a small, dedicated staff, benefit from an elite training program, and be marketed by true professionals until a sale is made. If you’re interested in investing in a show jumping or hunter prospect or a grand prix level mount, we can assist you.

 
FACILITY

Based at the Portola Valley Training Center in Menlo Park, California, Harley Brown Equestrian has access to multiple arenas, including a full size grand prix ring with bank and grob obstacles, a groomed conditioning track and indoor arena. Multiple turnouts give horses in training many options for activity to keep their minds fresh.

Airy stalls are cleaned twice daily and the barn is meticulously maintained by a dedicated grounds staff.