Valley View Farm Dressage
Patty Hale, Owner/Trainer/Instructor - USDF Bronze & Silver Medals
85 Vilanco Lane Vilonia Arkansas 72173

  Riding a horse is not a gentle hobby, to be picked up and laid down like a game of solitaire. It is a grand passion. It seizes a person whole and, once it has done so, he will have to accept that his life will be radically changed...Ralph Waldo Emerson

CLINIC Entry Form

  *** FYI ***
  A leather guy in Conway:
  Cobblestone Shoe Repair
  He can fix your boots, zippers, halters, billet straps, etc.
  His partner has a store in LR on Reservoir 501-228-5130 for boots, zippers but is not
  really a tack guy.

  New barn and indoor after the 2014 tornado. Patty has stall space for new boarders now  and the indoor's 70 feet of mirrors is fantastic. Great new lounge, also.

 The eager staff (Heidi, the barn hound, along with her pals Sadie, Molly, and Bonny) is ready to  help.
 We lost Pip (old age) spring 2018 and gained Rufus (another Basset Hound).


Valley View Farm is a premiere training, boarding, and show barn specializing in the Olympic sport of competitive dressage and is conveniently located in central Arkansas in Vilonia off Hwy 64 - less than an hour away from NLR, LR, Conway, Morrilton, Cabot, Maumelle, Jacksonville, Sherwood, Beebe, and Greenbrier.

Owner/Trainer/Instructor Patty Halelives on the premises with her husband Roy.

Patty offers lessons for any age or skill level on your horse or school horse (when available). She is also available for clinics.

If you are looking for your own horse, Patty can help you find just the right match. Occasionally, horses are available for lease or sale as well.

Basic board starts at $325 per month and includes stall and everyday turnout in a small or large group. Horses are fed twice a day in stall and have free choice access to hay in pasture or paddock. Contact Patty for details.  

Velvet was officially retired at Mid - South Dressage Academy November 2014 .
We had a fun time that weekend with wine and cupcakes.
Velvet's 3 Silver Medal people, Patty, me and Marsha Tucker were on hand in our full glory to celebrate with her.

We also celebrated Nancy Sobba and Velvet in their Century Club ride. Velvet passed away in 2017. She is missed.

Website Builder