TRAINER AND MANAGER OF
LIBERTY FARM EQUESTRIAN CENTER
Jeff Tryon brings over thirty years of expertise in training horses and riders for excellence in the show ring. He honed his craft by learning nearly all disciplines, working western horses, Arabs, Morgans, Quarter Horses, and English riding horses of all types. His passion is the American Saddlebred. He has worked for world championship trainers such as Sonny Sutton, Dick Obenauf, Dena Tanner Lopez and others
Jeff has started, worked and trained world championship saddlebreds including Anacacho Blues, Top Spool, and others. He has a particular skill with young horses and colts, bringing them along with patience and a firm but gentle hand. He started many of Callaway Hills' top champions.
2015 HILLVIEW ROAD, LIBERTY, MO. 64068 (816) 415-4878
Horses bring a calm to the hectic schedules of city dwellers and the perfect cure for those yearning for a return to nature. Whether you are an advanced equestrian athlete seeking the highest level of competition to hone your skills, a beginner, an adult, a child or a grandparent, we have a program for you. Please see our Riding Lessons page for more information.
UPHA Fundraiser FEBRUARY 10
Valentine's Day Romantic Date Night FEBRUARY 14
Horse Lovers MeetUp FEBRUARY 28
Family Friendly Horse Lovers MeetUp MARCH 4
Women's Pajama Party TBA
Help! The Kids Are out of School Mini Camps March 16,17, 19
Adult Riding Camp April 28-29
You Can Be a Model: High Fashion Horse Photography with Jeff Nicholson TBA
uLFEC stands for FUN! We host monthly MeetUps for adults and families. We rode horses, played water balloon baseball, had a scavenger hunt, and played all manner of old fashioned games. We held our second annual Fall Family Fun Fest, with about 35 people from the community taking part! Bobbing for Apples is always the highlight. We hosted a Meet and Greet for Nicole Galloway, Missouri State Auditor. Even though a huge storm blew through knocking out power for miles around, thanks to Ben Carrick and Meeting Excellence, Inc., we continued our fun by lantern light. We all enjoyed Ms. Galloway very much. The Groove Pilots played at the Meet & Greet and again at our Second Annual After the Holidays Party. It was much warmer this year. Last year, it was 7 degrees at the bean supper and party. This year, it was 10 degrees! We held two Adult Riding Camps where Beth taught us exercises to get in shape, we rode, drove, ate -- and afterwards had massages, pizza and some brought wine. Weatherby Lake community hosted a chili supper at the farm. We hope they will come again!
We have a few stalls available for boarding. $400 per month (plus fan charge in the summer) for daily stall cleaning, water, feed, hay, shavings. Light exercise available for additional fee. Call us today!
Academy is restricted to people and horses in lesson programs. Horses must be part of a lesson program. Classes are offered by age groups, including adults, in walk-trot and walk-trot-canter. Academy is a way to get lesson students exposed to the horse show world without substantial expense. Cyndi Humphrey competed at Academy Shows for LFEC to great success in the Adult Division! Our young competitors, Hailey and Alexis both did very well! Congratulations! We look forward to our new riders, Stephanie, Zoe, Allison, Ivy, Emma, Carey, CeCe, Maggie, Alex, Tabitha, Brayden, Gabriel and everyone else, reaching their goals this year, whatever they may be.