2020 EVENTS &  SUMMER CAMP REGISTRATION FORM

Welcome to Wonderland Farm, we are an equestrian center offering, boarding, training, and lessons.  We also have quality hunter ponies and horses that are offered for sale.  Conveniently located just west of Wilmington, NC. The farm is situated on 106 acres.

At Wonderland Farm, our mission is to bring the enjoyment of horses and horsemanship to people through unique, genuine, fun, and challenging riding experiences, and to find the best use and purpose for horses through sound horsemanship and thoughtful placement with people for long-term success.

We are fortunate enough to be in a business we love, and that continues to keep us personal enough to connect with our boarders who have become friends over the years.
 

Summer Camps start June 8th:

Camp  Information

Horse Riding & Farm Camp

 

Camp Dates:
Week 1: June 8th - June 12th
Week 2: June 15th - June 19th
Week 3: June 22nd - June 26th
Week 4: June 29th - July 3rd
Week 5: *Tiny Rider 1* July 6th-10th
Week 6: July 13th - July 17th
Week 7: July 20th - July 24th
Week 8: *Farm Camp* July 27th- 31st
Week 9: *Tiny Rider 2* Aug 3rd- 7th

About us:

Karen Mealey, farm owner, is a graduate of Virginia Intermont College, with a major in Equine Studies. Karen began her equestrian career when she was eight years old riding ponies and horses in Manchester, Connecticut. She started showing horses and ponies as a child and continued through college showing jumpers on the A circuit. While attending Virginia Intermont, Karen spent her summers with Carol Lush at Maple Side Farm in Pennsylvania starting young Thoroughbreds and Warmbloods under saddle, as well as furthering the training of the older horses, preparing them for the show ring. After Graduation Karen took a position as an instructor and trainer at the Westbrook Hunt Club, Westbrook Connecticut. Karen has operated her own farm for several years at different locations, before establishing Wonderland Farm in Leland, NC.

 

Karen teaches the intermediate to advanced rider. The foundation of her teaching method, stresses the form and function of the rider, that are basic principals established by the greats such as George Morris.

When Karen takes on the task of training young horses she closely follows her basic instinct to gently help the horse learn. Her passion for the horse drives her to look through the horse’s eyes, thus helping both horse and rider to work as a unit.

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