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Kla Training welcomes you!

Lin Wool Riding Johnny doing a Canter Pirouette

Lin Wool and the team at Kla Training

provide a safe, nurturing and positive environment for beginning to advanced riders to learn horsemanship. We offer a variety of different programs for both horse and rider to achieve your personal goals.
Lin has trained and shown horses in both Western and Dressage for over 25 years. One of Lin's specialties is building confidence in horses and students. She offers training for your horse and/or lessons on your horse or on one of her school horses. Whatever your needs, Lin will set up a program for you and your horse in order to accomplish your goal.
Lin currently shows Dressage on both her own horse and clients horses. Over the years, Lin has been active in many clinics, having the opportunity to ride under great instructors such as Gerhard Politz, Betsy Steiner, Conrad Schumacher and Steffen Peters.

Our program includes:

  • Individual & Group Lessons
  • Private/$65-$75; Group/$55 and up
  • Basic Equitation & Horsemanship
  • Horseback riding lessons for children of all ages
  • Horse Riding Camps! Spring Break week long day camp, Five Summer week long day camps, Winter Break week long day camp and Five Hour - One Day Intense Learning Camp
  • Horse Training & Exercise
  • Horse behavior Problems
  • Competition Coaching
  • Practical Horsemanship
  • Trail Riding
  • Trail Trials
  • All levels of Dressage
  • Western Pleasure
  • Cowboy Dressage

KLA Training is located at beautiful Arriba Vista Ranch in Sunol, CA. on Highway 680 between Pleasanton and Fremont. Arriba Vista Ranch is a boarding and training facility catering to the dedicated horseman.  The ranch offers an indoor lighted riding arena; outside all-weather dressage court; outside lighted jumping arena; round riding arena and groomed and ungroomed trails.

Arriba Vista Ranch 
5810 Mission Road 

(Entrance located at 5790 Mission)

Sunol, California 94586

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Reader Comments (5)

Love the web site Lin!! You look great! You will always be the one who helped me in an amazing way when I first started training on my own! Cheers to you!!

April 18, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterAmber Lydic

You are a great trainer Amber. I thoroughly enjoyed working with you. Hope our paths cross again someday.

April 18, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterLin

Hi Lin, love the new website - it's awesome!!! Miss everyone - Lexi says "hi"!!

April 19, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterDebbie Peng

You bring out the best in horse and rider and it constantly amazes me to see what you are able to accomplish with the horses and students under your care. You are competent, classy, professional and oh, so fun to be and to work with. Thank you for all you have done for me, Allie, Arie and Cherokee.
Karen :)
P.S. Great website.

April 21, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterKaren LeVan

Dear Lin,

You are a very special person, talented horse trainer and friend to many. Stephie and I are grateful for all your patience and encouragement while training with you those years at IHR. We would not be this competitive now without your help. We wish you all the best in your training business at Ariba Vista and I am very glad to know you!!! :)

Love, Suzie & Stephie

May 13, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterSuzie Tyler

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