Boarding and Lessons

Spring Creek Park has several different boarding options  to meet the style that will suit you and your horses needs.

We offer Full care or part care and all horses get appropriate rug changes. Hard feeds can be made up by SCP or owners. All supplements must be provided by owners. As horses stomachs are delicate and bulk feeding is a major cause of Colic we feed a minimum of three times a day. This minimises the health risks by not overfeeding them in 2 feeds and gives their stomachs more time to digest more efficiently.


We use only the best of feeds and hay. All our hay and chaff come from either Central West or Victoria. Our Chaff is triple sieved with no dust. We also wet down hard feeds and hay. Feed options available at SCP are as follows.

  • Triple sieved mixed chaff ( White or Lucerne Chaff is also available on request)
  • Prime Lucerne Hay
  • Prime Pasture Hay
  • Teff Hay 
  • Cool Calm Pellets.
  • Maxiweight (for horses that need extra weight)
  • Prydes Old Timers (for aged horses)
  • Prydes Easi Result
  • Prydes Easi Ride
  • Prydes Bio Mare

Additional feeds or supplements are to be supplied at the owners expense.


Prices include tack space in shared area, float parking, hot water wash bays and basic rug changes.


Emily Stewart.

Emily hails all the way from Canada where she started her riding and coaching career. With a late start to the equestrian world at age 17, Emilytook her first lesson and fell in love. She quickly became infatuated with horses and wanted to learn anything and everything she could to be a better rider and horse woman. At age 19, she was accepted to Olds College for the equine science program where she majored in English coaching. After 2 years of hard work, she graduated with a diploma in Equine Science, successfully completed all Equine Canada rider levels, and obtained her Equine Canada certified coaching license. During her studies she worked under equine Canada expert coach, Janice Hodson. Where she gained experience coaching and show jumping. After college she got her first job managing and coaching at a busy hunter/show jumping stable where she managed a beginner to intermediate riding program for 2 years. Emily was hungry to become a better rider and gain more knowledge about training horses, so she packed her bags and took off to Germany where she learned to train young horses and got more experience being a competition rider. Emily has successfully ridden young horse classes up until 1.25m. Emily competed for Mecklenburg breeder of the year (2019-2022) Arno Göwe and in Niedersachsen Holsteiner breeder of the year (2022-2023) Harjes Sportpferde in German national competitions. Emilyrode alongside many great European riders, such as Norwegian 2008 Olympic rider Stein Endresen. After spending 6 years in Germany, Emilygained a lot of knowledge and experience riding all different ages, types, and temperaments of horses. After 6 years in Germany, Emily and her husband, Emanuele, decided they wanted a change in scenery and landed in Australia where they hope to spread all the knowledge they obtained in Europe. Emily’s goal is to offer young and older riders a safe, fun, and friendly environment to learn basic to advanced riding and horsemanship skills. She focuses on good basics in flat work and feeling before moving onto jumping.


Kristina Burdekin


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