Who We Are:
Dan Hobyn Stables is located in Greenwood, IN. The stables is owned & managed by Dannette & Larry Morgan. DHS provides opportunities for instruction and competition in English riding, horse sports and horse management for children and adults. There is an emphasis on a full rounded knowledge of both riding and caring for horses, with safety and good horsemanship being top of mind.
Lessons are focused on Eventing (dressage, cross country and show jumping), however flat/dressage only lessons are available. The stables is home base to the White River Valley Pony Club, which has been based at the barn since 1978. The barn mirrors its riding instruction, safety and horse management knowledge on the core values of the Unite States Pony Clubs.
Dan Hobyn Stables was established by Dannette Morgan in 1969. DHS is a 40 acre farm with ample galloping lanes, cross country jumps (starter level through training level), stadium jumps, small and large dressage arenas as well as an indoor arena with sand footing. There are 23 stalls, with two large grass turn out pastures, and two smaller dry turn out lots. Horses are fed hay 4 times per day and grained 2 times per day. The facility also has a large secure tack room with an observation area. There are also lockers available for rent located in front of each stall.
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Kelly & Murphy (photo credit: JSimpson Photography)
Kelly Peine - Kelly started riding at the age of 4 and has been riding at Dan Hobyn Stables for over 30 years. She has over 35 years of riding experience and has been involved in the equine industry on a professional level since 2004. Kelly has competed in Eventing through Training Level, and through Second Level in Dressage. She has a B.S. from Murray State University, majoring in Agribusiness and minoring in Equine Science. At Murray State, she rode in various disciplines including Reining, Hunter/Jumper & Western Pleasure. She has previously served as Secretary of the Indiana Eventing Association, Joint DC of the White River Valley Pony Club for 2 years, and DC of the club for 3 years. She worked for the Indiana Horse Racing Commission for 10 years. Kelly has recently taken on the role of Executive Secretary for the Indiana Thoroughbred Owners & Breeders Association, while continuing to teach in the evenings through the week. Kelly is currently working towards a USDF bronze medal. She is also bringing along her current horse, Murphy, in hopes to move up the levels in dressage. Kelly helps manage the daily care of the horses and teaches lessons at Dan Hobyn Stables.