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     Helmets & boots are provided, arrive at least 15 minutes early to find ones that fit:)

CHECK, CASH, Venmo @tiffanyJchiu, Zelle 3106214247- THANK YOU!

Group Trail Lessons,     
                Summer Camps,
                            Weekend Events (Birthdays, GS/BS Troops)


    at nearby arenas and/or trails                             

GROUP TRAIL LESSONS, option to groom

Small Group or One-to-One (3 years to adult)

15 minute riding $35

30 minute riding $55

Group (7 years to Adult)

45 minutes riding $75


45 minutes rides $75

75 minutes rides $125

Mondays-Wednesdays, Saturdays

          with Tiffany

Thursday, Friday, and Sunday

                                 with Sophia 310 844 4439

English, Western, Bareback Pad, and BARE Bareback and more!

Learn how to safely ride and care for your mount!                                      Ages 3 and up! 


Lesson pony, tack, helmet/boots, instruction!







         PRIOR TO LESSON START TIME          regardless of reason (illness, no show, etc.)


                            We ride rain or shine                                If you prefer not to ride  

                         in the rain, keep an eye  

                  on the weather and cancel 

                with at least 24 hours notice  

         prior to lesson start time:)




Rolling Hills General Store 

   Not only do they sell new riding pants, they have a great consignment section for pants and boots that we highly recommend! NW corner of P.V. Dr. N and Rolling Hills Road

26947 Rolling Hills Rd.,

Rolling Hills Estates, California

(310) 541-3668



Attached to The General Store is also Kelly's Korner with sandwiches, ICE CREAM (!) and drinks!



GeeGee Equine Equestrian Boutique

   offers high quality, customizable English riding apparel for fancier and finer tastes! 

     Off Crenshaw by Rolling Hills Road  

25660 Crenshaw Blvd., Torrance, CA 90505  Open 7 days a week              (310) 739-8605


Lomita Feed

   Offers Both riding pants and boots, with a wide variety of helmets that you can get at the store or order a custimized color!

    off Narbonne Blvd. near Lomita Blvd.

24403 Narbonne Ave., Lomita, CA 90717

(310) 326-4738

 Summer CAMP with Critters

Weekend Events




Choose from parties at a local park or at your home

within walking distance of our barn:)

Tacked up ponies, helmets and helpers provided

PARK PARTIES  Saturdays after 1:30 pm

We will bring one group liability form to party for parents to sign

Ernie Howlett Park

Off Hawthorne Blvd. just north of Palos Verdes Dr. North. Great for big parties ( 15+)  With bathrooms, grass area, horse trail for pony rides and play structure. Call 310 541 4585 to reserve park space.

Chandler Park 

Shares parking lot with Rolling Hills Estates City Hall at Crenshaw and Palos Verdes Dr. North in NW corner. Ideal for smaller parties, includes portipotty, drinking fountain, BIG grassy area with shade provided by the trees along a horse trail for pony rides.

Home and Park Rates:

Time         1 pony      2 ponies

60 min.       $400            $500

90 min.       $450            $550

MAX 10 rides/hour, includes permit fee from City  

Decorations - keep it natural in the country

Please no party decorations with strange shapes, moving objects, loud noises. Examples would be balloons, jumpers, objects that may blow in the wind, umbrellas possibly could spook the horses. If you have any questions about your decoration please contact us and ask! 

Girl & Boy Scout Events


Saturdays, arrive at 1 pm

What can your troop learn and DO

at Tiffany Chiu’s Mystic Canyon Stable?

Your troop can just come to ride and/or learn horsemanship through hands-on horsecare by handling, grooming and tacking up your own mount!  From putting on the halter and lead rope to saddling and bridling, you’ll learn how to care for this horse/pony as if it were your own!  Responsible animal stewardship!

In fact, this horse/pony will be yours for the entire time you are with us!

90 minutes group lesson for 2 riders/mount, up to 12 riders on 6 mounts


2 hours group lesson for 3 riders/mount,

up to 18 riders on 6 mounts           $55/rider

(includes grooming, handing, tacking up, ~20 minutes of riding/Rider, untacking)

90 minutes group lesson

for up to 6 riders on 6 mounts       $75/rider

(same as above with riders on their personal mount without taking turns with another rider, not sharing ride time or handling, doing all the work and ride one rider/mount ~45 minutes riding)

LET US know if your Troop is meeting their merit badge requirements or if just riding for camaraderie! We want to help your group be successful and meet their goals!



   Girl Scout Junior Horseback Riding Badge    

1.   The difference between Western and        

English style riding.  

2.   Types of horse riding equipment. 

3.   The best riding gear for you.

4.   How to be safe around horses.

5.   How to brush a horse and clean her hooves.

6.   How to clean a stable.

7.   How to feed a horse.

8.   Lead your horse.

9.   Mount and dismount your horse.

10.   Tie a horse.

11.   Work with an adult to saddle and bridle.

12.   How to coax the horse into motion. Use your leg squeezes and voice commands.

13.   How to use the reins to steer your horse to walk around a ring or on a trail. Make sure you are holding the reins correctly and using the right amount of pressure.

14.  How to turn a horse and how to stop a horse.

15.  What it means to have good form.

16.  How to walk your horse with control. Turn left, right, halt, back up at walk.


    Boy Scout Horsemanship Merit Badge

        (in our lessons we cover #7, 9-11)

  1. Do the following:

    a. Describe the safety precautions you should take when handling and caring for a horse.

    b. Describe the fire safety precautions you should take in a barn and around horses.

  2. Name 15 main parts of a horse.

  3. Name four breeds of horses. Explain the special features for which each breed is known.

  4. Describe the symptoms of colic. Name and describe four other horse health problems.

  5. Explain what conformation is and why it is important. Explain the difference between lameness and unsoundness.

  6. Explain the importance of hoof care and why a horse might need to wear shoes.

  7. Demonstrate how to groom a horse, including picking hooves and caring for a horse after a ride.

  8. Explain how to determine what and how much to feed a horse and why the amount and kind of feed are changed according to the activity level and the breed of horse.

  9. Do the following:

    a. Name 10 parts of the saddle and bridle that you will use, and explain how to care for this equipment.

    b. Show how to properly saddle and bridle a horse.

    c. Demonstrate how to safely mount and dismount a horse.

  10. Explain and demonstrate how to approach and lead a horse safely from a stall, corral, or field and how to tie the horse securely.

  11. On level ground, continuously do the following movements after safely mounting the horse. Do them correctly, at ease, and in harmony with the horse:

    a. walk the horse in a straight line for 60 feet.

    b. Walk the horse in a half circle of not more than 16 feet in radius.

    c. Trot or jog the horse in a straight line for 60 feet.

    d. Trot or jog the horse in a half circle of not more than 30 feet in radius.

    e. Halt straight.

    f. Back up straight four paces.

    g. Halt and dismount.

Our UNIQUE camp lets Campers ride BOTH

English and Western Reins with Bareback Pad

on the Trail plus 

Care for our Rabbits, Chickens, Cats & Dogs

with Daily PHOTOS and Written Journaling


2022 Camp Weeks   

9 am - 1 pm,  Monday-Thursday 

June 6 and Aug. 22 open

wait list 6/11,18, 7/11,18,25, 8/1,8,15   

MAX 12 riders in

2 separate riding groups of 6 riders

 $500 private equine

Ages 7 years old and up

Helpers assist riders during camp, as riders get to work with and ride their same pony daily -  like it's their OWN pony for the week!

      EXTRA BARN TIME    $10/Hour  

$10/hour is available after camp too! Help with taking care of animals, feeding, cleaning, organizing AND MORE fun and learning! 



        One really unique aspect of our camp is the collection of riders' daily journaling, Tiffany's journaling, plus the action photos we take at camp riding and hands-on learning around the barn. Tiffany emails a link to pics and journal entries to share the memories!

        Daily each rider writes about that day's experiences, recording what was memorable to them in their own handwritten way with words, pictures, and/or dictation! 




Monday- Welcome and Safety Orientation:) Lay out your brushes in order with bareback pad and bridle.  Learn how to safely halter and groom then tack up your mount.  Western reins steering, rein back, whoa!  Muck stalls and put in new bedding! Lasso plastic bull, tie knots:)

Tuesday- Western! Learn the poisonous plants (castor bean, morning glory, poison oak) along with edible plants (blackberries, boysenberries, fennel, lemonade berries). Learn Horsemen's Terms, feed hay and supplements!

Wednesday- English steering & position! Learn tack parts of English/Western saddles & bridles, then clean tack. Tiffany shows how to trim a horses' hooves while learning about the farrier's tools, hoof parts!

Thursday-  English! Find California sage, fig plants and wild cucumbers. Learn horse anatomy along with identifying horse colors, breeds, and face/leg markings for all of our horses plus look for brands!



Shirts with short or long sleeves (no tanks, strapless), tall socks and full-length, loose/stretchy pants.  

So sweat doesn't get sunscreen in eyes and on helmet, apply below eyes.

Riding helmets and boots are provided.


Lunch/snacks, refillable water bottle with name labels. 

BIG, thick towel for on top of straw bale.

Any medications please give to Instructor. 

HOW TO SIGN UPS, start in APRIL   

priority to riders currently in lesson program after 4/1; then open to all others 4/19-29

Please print and mail the registration form (click on LINK at top of page) with a check for $500 made out to:

Tiffany Chiu

26730 Eastvale Road

Palos Verdes Peninsula, CA 90274

OR cell photo/email/scan completed form to:

with proof of payment via 

venmo $500 to @tiffanyJchiu (j in middle) or

zelle 3106214247

Once your paperwork with full payment are received in April, Tiffany will begin processing the current riders after 4/1, new riders after 4/19 and then will let Campers know their form with payment have been received. Once  camp week is finalized, no date changes or refunds. Tiffany will save a pony or horse for and rely on your camper to care for and exercise that equine.

The week before your camp another email will give more reminder details too!:)

Extra barn time hours $10/hour as late as 5 pm M-Th can be prepaid as well.

$500 for the week, 1 rider/pony

(daily 90 minutes with horse,

   about 45 minutes daily riding)

Most weeks are Beginning/Intermediate, special scheduling for Advanced/Extreme.

THANK YOU FOR CHOOSING OUR CAMP!  There are many to choose from - we value    your business and aim to make magic memories on horseback with your rider at

Mystic Canyon Stable!