Nichole Walters

Owner/Trainer

Cadbury Farm


425.346.0790

cadburyfarm@hotmail.com

 

28205 NE Tolt Hill Rd
Carnation, WA 98014

 

Visitors welcome

by appointment. 

Cadbury Farm is proud to be a King County Conservation Farm of Merit selected for our focus on green practices. To book a tour, please contact Nichole Walters.

 

ATTENTION

COURSE RIDERS AND CLINIC AUDITORS!

 

If you wish to register for an upcoming SCHOOL OF LEGERETE clinic of any kind, please contact Nichole Walters directly at 425-346-0790 or cadburyfarm@hotmail.com. 

 

Online registration is temporarily out-of-service.

 

THANK YOU.

Welcome! 

 

Our Farm

Cadbury Farm is a small private boarding and training facility located on Tolt Hill off Hwy 202 in Carnation, Wash.  Thank you for looking us up!

 

We created our farm as a mud-free zone, keeping in mind quality-of-life for horses and protecting the environment through green best practices. The stabling, grounds, arena and amentities are all designed for active horses and owners engaged in riding and training. 

 

All breeds and ages of horses and ponies are welcome. We attend to the individual requirements and needs of each horse and owner. You'll find our full-service boarding program will give you the best care for your horse—and for you—peace of mind.

 

We look forward to showing you our Conservation Farm of Merit!

Our Focus

 

Training with Integrity.

 

Riding with Lightness and Ease.

 

 

 

We provide riding instruction and train with full respect for the horse, living and working by a philosophy and method of training that Nichole is currently studying through the School of Légèreté.  Internationally renowned French Riding Master Philippe Karl developed Légèreté to offer a way to marry the legacy of classical riding to knowledge of the horse in the 21st century. His teaching takes into account science including how the horse thinks, learns, reacts and joins up. 

 

Methodically, Légèreté pays close attention to the true nature of the horse's movement and mind. It harnesses these in a natural progression of learning—for both the horse and rider—that supports the well being of the horse throughout his or her life. The result is lightness and ease from the basics all the way through the highest levels of training. Training with an integrity that never compromises the well-being of the horse!

Nichole and her Hanovarian mare, First Empress or "Princess".
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