We are here to help you succeed in your riding goals!

PRF is a fun, active barn with lots of learning opportunities both in the saddle and on the ground.

We have a fun, diverse range of students of all levels and ages. From the youngest of beginners just being introduced to the magic of horses, to experienced riders looking to show competitively, to adult riders wanting to continue their love of horses and be a part of the barn community.

PRF is committed to helping all of its students become well rounded equestrians and successful riders.

PRF offers monthly lesson packages of weekly, bi weekly or more lessons.

​Packages include both mounted and unmounted lessons.

PRF has beginner and advanced show teams.
PRF travels throughout USEA Area II to compete

PRF show team members have the opportunity to attend local schooling show series
as well as regional horse trials within USEA, Area II.
More advanced students compete in USEA registered competitions.

Our Pony Club competes regionally, and travels to Championships in KY every three years.

PRF routinely hosts clinics with industry professionals from

5* Event riders to Grand Prix Dressage riders

We also have a great HOMESCHOOL HORSE DISCOVERY program

for those that can ride during regular school hours!


Interested in becoming part of our riding program but would like more info?

​Email us direct for information on booking a


and/or to schedule a farm tour to meet us, watch a lesson, ask questions and see what sets us apart!

Maia Jensen

Maia Jensen's teaching style is based in goal setting, thoughtful riding, and discussion/self evaluation. An avid equestrian from a young age, Maia has a wealth of experience working with all kinds of horses from ottb's, to upper level event horses, to naughty ponies. In 2014 she passed her USPC H-A certification, one of only a handful of candidates to pass that year. She has competed through prelim eventing, 2nd level dressage, and 1.10m jumpers. From the years 2011 through 2015 Maia was a working student/groom for 4* rider Allie Sacksen. During this time she gained valuable experience managing the care of upper-level event horses and introducing green young horses to the sport of eventing. Maia is an enthusiastic and thoughtful instructor and trainer. Ship ins welcome or training board is available depending on stall space.

Briana Yetter

PRF owner and instructor, Briana Yetter, is an active USDF (United States Dressage Federation) and Area II, USEA (United States Eventing Association) competitor. Briana places an emphasize on developing her students independent seat and basic equitation skills with a dressage emphasize that can then be applied to helping their horses develop in their training.

As the owner of PRF and Center Administrator of the Pleasant Ridge Pony Club, you can contact her regarding any of our instructors. 570-856-4977 brily17@ptd.net.

ARIA Certified (American Riding Instructor Association)

Karen Garcia

Karen Garcia is one of our Young Rider Instructors with a special passion and patience for the youngest of students. Along with teaching lessons she also leads many of our summer camps and works as PRF's barn manager. She is currently working towards her own riding goals in Eventing with her 12yr old Quarter Horse, Leroy.
Karen moved here 6 years ago from Washington state where she had spent 10+ years as a barn manager at a few locations, including 4yrs as a professional groom for an upper level Dressage rider. Her time there also had her working closely with riding instructor and professional life coach Jen Verharen. Karen’s experience and passion for horses and teaching kids makes her a wonderful part of our barn.
Karen is ARIA Certified (American Riding Instructors Association) and a ACA (Assistant Center Administrator) of Pleasant Ridge Pony Club Center.

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Steph Serrenti

Miss Steph specializes in organizing and teaching our fun BEGINNER SUMMER/ SPRING and WINTER CAMPS! Young riders need a special touch when starting their journey with horses. While developing their core basics and position in the tack is important, it should always remain FUN and POSITIVE. Miss Steph makes all of our camps a great stepping stone into horse discovery!

Get In Touch

Email: pleasantridgefarmllc@gmail.com


Office: 122 Barn Swallow Lane

Assistance Hours

hours vary daily

Phone Number:

(570) 856-4977

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