Kim watching a student perform her dressage test at Golden Spike Horse Trials

Instruction takes place at Hunter Stables in Salt Lake City and North Fields Stables in Midway.

Kimberley also travels to private facilities. Please contact her to schedule a lesson.

Lesson Rates:

Private lessons: $55/hour

Semi-private/Group lessons: $35/hour

Jumping/Cross-Country clinics: $45 per session

While students develop their own skills in the saddle, Kimberley offers one-on-one work with horses who require additional guidance. At 3 Peas in a Pony, we educate our horses to think clearly and independently, while maintaining the utmost consideration for the rider and his/her directives. It is our philosophy that a confident and capable horse is the happiest horse, and when it comes to the perfect partnership between horse and rider, a happy horse will work with you and for you.

Training Rates:

Half Training: $350/month (3 training rides per week)
Full Training: $450/month (5 training rides per week)


3 Peas in a Pony offers a “Part-Time Pea” Lesson Package for those interested in good quality horse education, while in Utah only part-time. This package consists of 4 private, hour long, lessons for $280. No equipment necessary, and we provide you your four-legged friend!

*Available two seasons per year, any two seasons of your choice.

“I took my mustang to Kim as I was having trouble getting him to canter without getting emotional… bucking or bolting. It took only 2 weeks for her to get him to willingly canter and on a loose rein – I was thrilled! She also got him jumping willingly, which was so fun to see. And even better now: I’ve been able to get him to go forward on his own and on a loose rein, listening to my body signals! Thanks Kim!” – Jan Sharp

I have ridden with many instructors for multiple years. Kim’s approach at Three Peas in a Pony is refreshing.  Her blend of shrewd analysis with incredible kindness brings out the best in horse and rider; it works regardless of whether the rider’s goal is high level eventing competition or more focused on improved performance in the back yard!” – Lisa Kirschner