6 Horses Now Call Cavallo Home

Cavallo Equestrian Center is proud to announce that our very own Michael Teto and his horse Louie competed at the Massachusetts Medal Finals in North Hampton over the weekend of September 30 – October 1.  Michael and Louie are in training with Lauren Stevens who is one of Cavallo’s amazing resident trainers.  Michael placed 6th in the open equitation 14 and under class! We are proud of Michael and happy to have both Michael and Louie as part of the Cavallo family!  Congratulations to Lauren as well!

I promised some insight into the technology being installed, so here goes…  after numerous calls to Verizon we finally got Fios installed.  Evidently Fios was never brought on to the property so this was a bit of an adventure.  We then proceeded to install an infrastructure that will support our security system, wireless network and horse monitoring.  While horse monitoring may be new to you, it has turned out to be very popular with dog owners who want to keep an eye on Fido ?.   So we have designed our system for this possibility.  Some day if our customers are interested, we would install a camera in a stall allowing you to check in on your horse from your phone anytime you wish to do so.

As we progress toward an official opening (we already have 6 horses on property) we will bring more pages on our website live.  Next up will be our Facilities page providing an overview of the amenities available at Cavallo.  Look for that shortly!

We will also soon be adding a “I Am Interested In…” form.  While several folks have used the CONTACT US form to ask questions and introduce themselves, the “I Am Interested In…” form will enable you to be more specific about your interests, how we can help you and your horse and talk about the various programs at Cavallo.  Even more important we can get an understanding of the time frame you may have in mind to board and train at Cavallo.

Finally be sure to check out the photos posted under the “Photos” section of the website (www.cavalloequestriancenter.com/photos-september-2017).  You’ll get a glimpse of the indoor and outdoor work that is underway.  And in case you ever wondered how much of a 30-year old rhododendron plant is underground we have some pictures…  Hint – we needed the tractor to pull the roots out of the ground!

The refurbishment of both indoor riding arenas starts on Monday!!!!


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