Tsaheylu is unique in that lessons are offered on warmblood sport horses, bred and trained by Makendra as well as a sweet pony and a delightful Arabian. Even the younger, more advanced horses are trained to a high level of finesse. This offers the rider a chance to learn not only from the instructor, but from a talented sport horse as well.
Lessons are offered to riders of any age in english riding, jumping, dressage, natural horsemanship, groundwork, & lessons on the trail; all of which will enhance your overall horsemanship.
~1hr private- $75
~45min private- $60
~1hr semi-private (2-4 riders) -$55
~30min private- $50
Lessons are taught on Tsaheylu Farm horses or on your own horse. Trailer ins are welcome and encouraged!
Training for the horse is also offered. This can include, inital breaking, retraining, groundwork, daily excercise, or further schooling and education for the horse. Each horse is treated with care and respectv with a thorough grooming and look over, attention to detail, and indiviual training program.
~Single Training session- $50
~ 5 Training session a week- $200/wk
~4 Training sessions a week- $160/wk
~3 Training sessions a week- $120/wk
~2 Training sessions a week- $80/wk
We are within driving distance of Aldie, Sterling, Ashburn, Leesburg, Middleburg, Haymarket, Marshall, Bluemont, and Chantilly.
36688 Jeb Stuart rd
Tsaheylu Farm moved from Marshall to a lovely horse farm in Philomont August 2019. The entire operation is run by Makendra and the emphasis is on teaching. Lessons are taught on either Makendra’s personally trained horses, or your own. There is limited boarding for student’s horses. The farm boasts a large outdoor ring, access to trails, 13+ acres of pasture, airy aisle way & stalls, 2 wash stalls with warm water, an organized heated tack room, and heated office, picnic tables with shade cover, and most importantly a wonderful, supportive community. The Philomont General Store is a 30sec drive or 2min walk down a gravel road, along with the Philomont Playground & Community Center. Easy access from rt7, rt50, or rt267 (the toll rd).
August 15 2015- Lacey's newest filly Ribbons & Lace (aka Roxette) was amazing at her RPSI inspection, winning Site Champion Foal and Gold Premium with a score of 8.6! Lacey has a huge trot but Roxette was passing her in trot that just floated across the ground. Plus Roxette is sweet, kind, and has a wonderful sense to her. Love this girl!
May 16 2015 Lacey had her baby and it's a girl! Beautiful markings, this girl is vibrant and well put together. I wouldn't change a thing about her. Labor went great, although Lacey tried to sneak out to pasture to have her baby and I caught her just before her water broke. We will name her soon.<
Nov 5 2014
Faith and Juliet both got 6th place over all at the Redgate Farm Horse Show Year End Awards banquet. It was a wonderful time and the girls felt very proud. Plus they got a great goodie bag and a big ribbon!
Nov 2 2014
Rubichez competed at the USEA FEH East Coast Championships. He placed 4th in the 2yr old Colt division and was very well behaved. I will most likely be heading him towards the jumper or dressage ring in the future but the FEH program is wonderful to get the young ones out and used to the show atmosphere.
June 7 2014
Upperville Horse Show- Leadline
Twinkles took both Juliet and Faith to Upperville leadline this June. Both girls got a coveted rainbow ribbon and had a blast. On to walk/trot classes for Faith.
April 25 2014
Juliet and Faith Burns rode in the Lead Line division at the Philomont Horse Show. Faith placed 2nd, and at Juliet's first show she placed second and third, but the lollipop was the most appreciated prize! Twinkles was a star too!
April 24 2014
Freestyle x Nabiola Filly is Here!
Nabiola had a black filly by Freestyle at 1:40AM Friday morning! She has two hind socks, a large star, and a super sweet disposition. The labor went smoothly and Nabiola is a wonderful, attentive mother. The filly loves racing back and forth in her pasture, until she plops down for a rest with her mama standing guard. The other broodmares, who will have foals next spring, look jealous:)