Come join our family at Rolling Hills Farm.

























Rolling Hills Farm Summer Camps
Camp sessions: June 23-26, July 7-10, July 21-24
Monday through Thursday-- 9:00 A.M. til noon
CAMP WILL INCLUDE:
1. Small group riding lessons
2. Basic Horsemanship on an American Saddlebred horse
3. Badge: for colors & markings, safety or grooming
4. Horse games and activities
COST WILL BE $120 PER CAMPER

(Families with one or two campers will be $120 each and additional family members will be half price.) CAMPERS WILL NEED A FITTED SHOE OR BOOT WITH ONE INCH HEEL AND COMFORTABLE LONG PANTS. BEGINNERS WILL BE IN ONE GROUP,

INTERMEDIATE AND ADVANCED RIDERS WILL BE IN SERPARATE GROUP ALSO.
WE WILL INTRODUCE RIDERS TO BASIC ENGLISH RIDING.
CONTACT: ROLLING HILLS FARM @ 502-599-0099 OR msallyannmcc@aol.com

(For registration procedures and additional information) Also check us out on our website: kentuckysaddlebreds.com
Call at least 3 days before session to reserve your spot in Horse Camp. Payment due at that time also.
We accept Visa or Master Card.
Thanks, Sally. Happy Trails to you. See you soon.


Offering Therapeutic Riding on American Saddlebred Horses with the complete training of the horse and rider, also available.

Offering riding therapy, and transition skills for the socially dysfunctional youth.

Offering a program of riding instruction for all ages of rider.

Offering a program of training for the horse and rider to make a complete package.

Offering a program of training for the finished and young horse.

Finally, offering showing experiences based on level and ability.



Sally has been involved with both the American Saddlebred Youth Club and 4H since 1980. As a judge in both USEF and 4H, Sally has been extensively involved in Youth Activities in both organizations.
From 2005— 2008, she served as the National Youth Chairman for ASHA.


Rolling Hills Farm is located at
201 Woodland Ave. Mount Washington, KY 40047
502-538-6100 barn 502-599-0099cell
www.msallyannmcc@aol.com






Sally McConnell is a certified Special Education Teacher with her Masters in Learning and Behavior Disorder. With over twenty years experience in the classroom dealing with learning and behavior disorders, she recognized the need to have a positive work experience and riding therapy for this population.
As a graduate of Stephens College, Columbia, Missouri with an emphasis in Equestrian Studies, she knew that this experience could be offered in the farm and riding academy environment.
Sally’s dream has been to begin a program for her Special Education students where they could apply their abilities in a transition program allowing for riding therapy and vocational experiences.

Rolling Hills farm is located by Coming from I-65 go East approximately 8 miles to Bleemel Lane. Turn right on Bleemel Lane. When you come to the intersection, turn right on Bogard. Go approximately 200 yards to Woodland Ave. Turn right and go to the first driveway on the left.





Lessons, Boarding and Training:
Lessons semi private 30 min $30
Lessons semi private 45 min $35
Private lessons 30 min $40
Board with complete care $350
Boarders lessons $25/lesson
Training with 2 lessons/wk $600/month
Horse Shows: Academy: $150/ show for 2 classes within 100 miles. Performance Show: $25 prep, $25 coaching, entries, stalls & hauling @ $1.00/mile.

For further information call or come see us 201 Woodland Ave. Mount Washington, KY 40047 502-538-6100 barn 502-599-0099 cell www.msallyannmcc@aol.com or www.kentuckysaddlebreds.com

Rolling Hills Farm is the oldest riding academy in Bullitt County, serving the area for over 30 years. We offer complete training, riding lessons, boarding with lessons, and Riding Therapy for special needs students. As a full service training facility, we train both the horse and the rider for pleasure and competition.

Competitions
We have riders competing on the Academy Level, County Fairs and 4H to the World Championship in Louisville.

Philosophies
Sally believes that the both the inside and the outside of the horse is good for the inside of man. Horses offer unconditional love and trust which has benefited many people.