Chappell Ranch, LLC - Safe, Educational Horsemanship

Safe, Fun and Educational Horsemanship!

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Wild Willy's Horse Camp Website
KinderPonyPlay Website
Horses and Eagles Website
    (equine assisted learning)
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About Kim Chappell

Kim Chappell - Equestrian, Teacher, Motivater and passionate about kids!I have been in the horse business for 20 years and in the kid business much longer. As an alumni, of Cal Poly State University in San Luis Obispo, CA where I received my BA in Recreation Administration, working with kids and adults is my career.   I am currently working on my Masters in Education with a concentration in Equine Assisted Learning (EAL).

Varied programs, but always fun!The programs at Chappell Ranch are wide and varied, but all maintain the same goal of having FUN with horses.    I have taught hundreds of kids about horsemanship and riding, and perhaps the most important component in working with kids is that the instructor must be in inspired so that the teaching is inspirational for the kids.

Caring, effective instruction.The art of being an effective instructor is a direct result of being an effective listener, a good communicator, and one who has the ability to embrace all types of kids and in turn address the different styles of learning that each student brings to the lesson.   I am big on personal growth and it is important to me that the students not only learn about horsemanship and riding, but about themselves too.

Equine activities build character, confidence and self-esteem in kids.Character building, confidence building and self-esteem, are all aspects of the programs that happen naturally when working with horses.   It is a joy to see these kids and adults grow within themselves as a result of being here.

Kids learn to care for horses.The work ethic is alive and well at the ranch as kids takes care of everything from cleaning stalls to tacking their own horses.   Working is a good thing and kids learn about responsibility, commitment, and caring for the horse.   Many times this work ethic extends to the home life, as many parents have expressed to me.   Teens learning to rideThe value of what happens at the ranch has far reaching effects once the day is done and the kids head home.

EAL is the field of personal growth with the help of the horse, and it is open to anyone.   You do not have to be a horse person to reap the value of working with horses.   Adult Lessons and EALIn that this work is done on the ground or under saddle, anyone can benefit from the work.

I am always in a constant state of learning as I work with my horses, or as they work with me, and I find it very exciting and life changing.   I never cease to learn with these big guys!   It is a joy to work with the kids and adults that come to the ranch.   And it is very much an environment where life happens!   I love to have fun and that extends to all corners of the ranch.

Chappell Ranch LLC, Kim Chappell, 531 Centerville Lane, Gardnerville, NV  89460, 775-265-6483, 775-901-6795, Email Kim

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