Grand Champion/Reserve Champions

HUNTER ClASSES- Grand Champion Kayci Ellefson   Reserve Champion Rachel Fitzgerald DRESSAGE CLASSES- Grand Champion Kenzi Korent   Reserve Champion Tasha Johnson Gymkhana- Grand Champion Tasha Johnson Reserve Champion Avery Read more »

New Farmhands

          Say a bright welcome to our newest worker on the farm, Tyler Mentink! He’s a wonderfully uplifting and hardworking man, we’re glad to have his high spirits around.   Read more »

Aggressive at Feeding time

We’ve had a lot of animals come in over the years that have been aggressive at feeding time. Kicking out at person or other horses, striking with front legs, nipping at, turning haunches toward, pinning ears are all signs that the horse/dog feel threatened that you are in their space and may take what is […] Read more »

St Croix County Fair

This year was no exception to the fun we had at St Croix County Fair! Congratulations to all of our riders that participated in the Horse Project. Eight horses and ten riders from Pine Lake Pastures attended St Croix County Fair. We want to especially congratulate Hannah Morton at her last year of 4H and […] Read more »

April 1st is fast approaching

Deadline is fast approaching to receive your 10% discount on camp! Mail your check payable to Pine Lake Pastures to 1183 205th St Baldwin WI 54002- or bring your deposit our lesson this week. Any questions- contact Nikke at 651-734-8411. Read more »

our barn is worth the drive!

A new family to our farm visited several barns before choosing Pine Lake Pastures. They said, they were treated like family and felt right at home here. That is our goal at Pine Lake Pastures; to create an environment where people feel at peace. Our students have traveled from theses cities: MINNESOTA: Vadnais Heights, Lakeland, […] Read more »

SCHOOLING SHOW MARCH 8th

We are excited to attend our first show of the season on March 8th. The show is in Delano MN- We will arrive on the grounds by about 8-8:30am. That means leaving the farm by 6am. The show will obviously be indoors. The barn is HEATED to 50 degrees, so bring a cooler for your […] Read more »