Latest News

Jan 13, 2012

New stall barn
80 stalls
Fully enclosed

all news >

Training Facilities

Alysia Claussen is the premier all around trainer at Heartland Stables of Custer. Alysia has over 20 years of experience training horses, giving riding lessons, and putting on clinics. Alysia is a certified Richard Shrake trainer and riding instructor, she has also worked with some of the best horseman in Wisconsin including Gigi Bailey and Troy Moon. Alysia most recently placed in the top 10 at the Extreme Mustang Makeover, along with earning second place in her riding skills event. Alysia's disciplines include: western pleasure, English pleasure (hunt seat), barrel racing, reining, and team roping. Whether you are just looking to fine tune your prized horse or get your new horse started on the right path Alysia can help. Alysia is available to give individual or group lessons all year round. She has extensive experience helping new riders learn the basics and experienced riders gain extra knowledge. Alysia has and will give lessons to all ages, but most of the time works with children age 7 to 16. Please contact Alysia for rates and availability. References are available upon request.

Sarah Davis is a dressage instructor and trainer at Heartland Stables. Sarah is a USDF Bronze Medalist and has trained numerous horses from starting to 4th level. Sarah also teaches riders of all ages and levels and enjoys bringing out the best in a horse and rider team.

E-mail Sarah Davis or call her at (715) 572-7800 to set up training sessions or riding lessons. Visit Sarah's website at

"Gail is originally from Ohio and has competed in the hunter/jumper circuit, managed stables, fox hunted and evented. She received a degree in Veterinary Technology and practiced for over 25 years in both large, and small animal medicine. Ten years ago she returned to her love of horses and has been teaching and training ever since.

Gail calls her training method "Forward First," emphasizing strength, suppleness, and connection. Her veterinary background allows her to address the physical capabilities of both horse and rider to perform at their best.

Gail offers lessons either on your horse or hers in dressage, jumping, and other disciplines. You can reach Gail at 715-572-8754 and watch for her website coming soon.

-Forward First-Your Path to a Better Connection."