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We are pleased to announce coach Cayla at Cayla Mursall Dick horsemanship as our Western coach. 

Our heated indoor riding arena allows us to give lessons year round, while our brand new outdoor arena allows for lessons outside during the warmer months. We use only well-schooled and talented horses, allowing every level from beginner to advanced levels, the chance to grow in our warm and inviting coaching atmosphere.

We also offer introductory lessons to kids and adults, to teach the proper basics of good horsemanship.

 Group  Lessons

Private Lessons

Western Lessons


Cayla is a multiple time RAM rodeo barrel racing and pole bending year end & finalist champion. With an extensive resume and years of experience in the industry, winning titles such as 3x Toronto Royal Invitational Rodeo Barrel Racing Champion and arena record holder, American Quarter Horse Congress Barrel Racing Champion, and many more. Cayla also has experience in breakaway roping, and growing up she experimented with and had success in various disciplines such as show jumping, trick riding, extreme cowboy racing, etc. Cayla also runs a horse training business that specializes in starting and backing young horses, fine tuning finished horses and working with problem horses. Cayla has a solid foundation based on horsemanship and focuses on teaching her students how to communicate clearly and effectively with their horse in order to foster a fun and safe riding partnership.

Contact Cayla directly to book your Western lesson today, 519-350-8696

Cayla Mursall Dick

Western Lesson Coach

Riders wishing to participate in any of the programs at Top Notch Equestrian must be a minimum of 5 years of age and minimum weight of 30lbs. Lessons are 60 minutes in length and start on the hour for English lessons and on the half hour for Western lessons. Students are asked to arrive prior to their lesson time in order to be ready for the class, at the start of their assigned time.

In the interest of the well-being of the horses, lesson content will always be subject to the discretion of the instructor/school and in some instances jumping lessons may need to be substituted by instruction on the flat (i.e. the day after a schooling show).

After the lesson, students are responsible for making sure their horses are completely cooled out before returning them to their stalls or paddocks. Horses should be groomed after the lesson, hooves should be picked, and tack should be returned (with the bit rinsed off) in a neat and orderly fashion to the tack room.

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