arete equestrian




Teresa's love of horses all began with a stubborn gray miniature pony, lots of determination, and a dream. Having ridden since she was 18 months old, her experience spans the gamut of the equestrian sport, but her passion lies in training and showing Hunters, Jumpers and in the Equitation. Having worked most every position in a barn, from mucking stalls to grooming, working student to assistant rider, she hopes to pass on her knowledge and love of horses through teaching with an emphasis on safety and positive thinking. While her goals still lie in competition, her second passion is working with and teaching children, having nannied, worked at a local summer camp, and trained many children and adults to Gold Medals at the Minnesota Special Olympics. She has taught beginners and advanced riders alike, and tailors training and lessons to each individual. 

Teresa has ridden and trained with Bronze Medalist Dressage riders, natural horsemanship instructors, Grand Prix jumpers, and Equitation medalists. She has experience starting horses from scratch using natural horsemanship methods and classical dressage techniques, training green horses, rehabilitating off-the-track thoroughbreds and catch-riding at horse shows. She has also worked with many horses with behavioral issues. She believes that it is important to set a young or green horse up for success through careful planning and maintaining, no matter if in a western or English saddle. Teresa also has experience showing in all three rings, has won an equitation final on a regional level, and has been Champion and Reserve Champion on local show circuits in the hunters and jumpers. With her knowledge on all aspects of horse care, she hopes to be a valuable asset to the equestrian community in the Gallatin Valley.






Successful relationships begin with communication-- and the relationship between horse and rider is no different. Teresa believes communication between horse and rider is the cornerstone to a happy, working partnership.

With a foundation in natural horsemanship methods, she strives to view the world from the horses point of view. The psychology of the horse has always played a role in how she structures her training, whether the goals lie in recreational riding or competition. She believes we are the steward of our horse's abilities and it is our responsibility to not only prepare them physically, but mentally, to be able to perform it's best.

With her unique background in several disciplines, she is a melting pot of ideas and techniques-- allowing her to work closely with both horse and rider to achieve their specific goals under any tack.






Full Training- $400/month for full time training, includes 3-4 training sessions with horse a week, and general grooming (mane pull, general clipping, etc). One private lesson included per week.

Part Training- $200/month for part time training, includes 1-2 training sessions a week with horse, and general grooming (mane pull, general clipping, etc). One private lesson included per week.

Trainer will help schedule vet, farrier, acupuncture, chiropractic, and massage therapy for training horses on a case-by-case basis.

Training Rides- $25/a ride, a la carte

Lunging/Exercising- $15/session, a la carte

Lessons- $40/ group lesson, 3-4 people per group

$50/private lesson, will travel on a case-by-case basis

Can offer discounts on lesson packages, contact for more information.

Payment is due 15 days after invoice date. Monthly invoices will be mailed/e-mailed no later than the 5th of each month.

A late charge of 10% may be charged if payment is not received within 15 days of invoice. Take note, there is a $30 fee, per occurrence, for any payments returned by your bank.



located in
Bozeman, MT


Contact Us

Feel free to message us with any questions! We are looking forward to hearing from you.

Phone Number: 651-328-0874

Email: teresaeball@gmail.com

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