Pepper Ridge is a peaceful forty acre horse farm situated among the beautiful, gentle hills of northwestern Oakland County, Michigan.
Pepper Ridge has a full schedule of engaging events. Find one or more that interest you and join us for a memorable experience. Renowned instructors visit Pepper Ridge regularly to conduct world-class clinics. These activities generally fill up quickly so be sure to sign up early.
We offer educational programs; personal growth opportunities for adults, children and families including therapeutic equine sessions; corporate team building, and a full equestrian center available for rentals.
Our address is 7975 Pepper Road, Holly, Michigan 48442. Reach us by phone at 248.634.3560 or email at email@example.com.
Events and Gatherings
Pepper Ridge has a wide selection of quality indoor and outdoor facilities available for rent and for horse clinics, conferences, workshops, drill team practice, horse shows, indoor riding during inclement weather, meetings and other gatherings.Read more
Adults and Youth
Working in partnership with horses, our team at Pepper Ridge offers a variety of professional, educational, and fun programs. Horses make a great medium for learning because they are sensitive and extremely intuitive with distinct attitudes and personalities.Read more
Award winning dressage instructor Nancy Baker has over thirty years experience training horses and riders through the Fédération Equestre Internationale levels of dressage. Nancy is a regular monthly clinician at Pepper Ridge Equestrian Center spring through fall.
Sign up now for a session with a world-class instructor. Find out why equestrian specialists such as Nancy Baker, Ryan Rose, Karen Robinson, John & Kathy Baar, Craig Johnson, Maurice Thibault, Meggie Andrews, and Kim Veenstra enjoy teaching at Pepper Ridge.Read more
We have a few horses and ponies available for lease. All lease horses at Pepper Ridge may be used for ground work, grooming and companionship. Several horses can also be ridden based on riding experience.Read more