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Welcome to Dancing Horse Hill

Dancing Horse Hill is an equine boarding, lesson and training facility. We are located on the rolling hills of western Wisconsin on the bluffs above the Eau Galle River near the village of Elmwood, Wisconsin. We welcome visitors by appointment at all times.

Dancing Horse Hill offers both pasture and box stall board. Click on Boarding for details.

Training is available from our resident trainer and co-owner John Hasler. He will work with you to train or retrain your horse in proper ground manners, preparation for saddle training, or loading. Click on Training for details.

Lessons for adults and children are available. Fundamentals of balanced riding for English and Western riding as well as horse care and foal training instruction is available. Jumping training for both post and rail jumps and on our farm cross country course is also available. Click on Lessons for details.

At Dancing Horse Hill we make all the jump equipment we use for lessons and our annual eventing competition. Our schooling jumps are made from treated wood with durable construction for long service. We offer treated jump poles as well. We take orders for custom items as well, both for stadium jumps and cross country jumps. Click on Jump Equipment for details.

Since the early 1990s Dancing Horse Hill has hosted an annual eventing schooling show each summer. For details about the show this year click on Annual Horse Show.

Information about the owners of Dancing Horse Hill and the resources of the farm and its environment, click on About Dancing Horse Hill.

We stand an appaloosa sport horse stallion at Dancing Horse Hill and also offer foaling and foal raising services. For more information, click on Breeding.

Dancing Horse Hill does NOT rent horses or conduct guided trail rides.

DIRECTIONS: (From Twin Cities) Take I-94 east to County Road B, Woodville exit. Turn right, proceed south to second STOP sign. Turn left onto Highway 29. Go one mile and turn right onto County CC. Go 4.5 miles to County G and turn left. Go 3.5 miles to 110th Street.

(From the east) Take I-94 west to Highway 128, Wilson exit. Turn left, proceed south to second STOP sign. Turn right onto Highway 72. Go one mile and turn right onto County G. Proceed uphill for one mile to 110th Street.

Spring Pasture First Day on Grass
John Hasler, Elmwood, Wisconsin    June 2012