KYB offers a full menu of services including, but not limited to the following:


We offer full and part-time training on an individual basis to suit the needs of the horse and rider.  Training full training is five to six days a week partial training three days a week. Training can be for horse or. Horse and rider together. KYB has trained over a dozen horses to the Grand Prix level and helped dozens of riders receive. Their bronze silver and gold medals. Many successful FEI riders, trainers and competitors got their start at KYB Dressage. Call or. Email for pricing.


Students can pay for lessons individually or purchase a package of ten lessons at a discount. The package will be good for twelve months from time of purchase. Lessons can be used on multiple horses.

Packages of longe lessons are also available to work on core strength or equitation.


Members of the KYB Team are available for educational clinics in a number of categories. We also invite our professional colleagues to our facilities to give clinics. Please click the link to learn more.

Virtual Coaching

Video your training problem and email it to us. Kim or Yvonne will watch the video and then set up a call with information for you on how to ride and work through your issues.

Young Rider Program

Working Student Program

Each year KYB takes in a few working students either full or part time. This program is set up for individuals who would like to learn what it would be like to become a professional in the equine industry.

Trick training


Behavioral training

The trainers of KYB Dressage have started over 600 horses under saddle. And therefore have come across a successful way to deal with any and all behavior problems.

Exhibition training

Freestyles, Pas de Deux, Quadrilles

KYB Creates Freestyles that win more USDF Regional and National Awards than any other Freestyle design company in the United States. Our exhibition rides and performances have been featured at Equine Affair, Equitana USA, Midwest Horse Fair, Madison Square Gardens and on the NBC Today Show. We love performing with our horses and are skilled at doing so.