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Champagne Stables relocates to Terra Ceia



Terra Ceia, Florida, Dec.15, 2013  – Champagne Stables, formerly located in Odessa, will open at its new location in Terra Ceia on Jan. 4.

The new facility, located near Palmetto just south of the Sunshine Skyway Bridge at 1200 79th Street East, has 18 well-equipped stalls, a climate-controlled viewing lounge and a covered riding area to make year-round training and instruction possible.

Champagne Stables offers a full line of private and group lessons and training with American Saddlebred and Morgan horses. Disciplines range from the very basic balance seat to Saddle Seat, Western and Driving. From the novice weekly pleasure rider to experienced show ring participant, Champagne Stables has something for everyone, children and adults.
"We are excited about our new facility," said Owner/Trainer Cherie Lucero. "We have all the tools needed for our riders to be successful in and out of the show ring. We strive to make their learning experience exciting and memorable."

In addition to an American Saddlebred Horse Association (ASHA) youth club for its younger riders to learn more about the breed and what it can do, Champagne Stables offers Ladies Night Out for moms who want to learn to ride, driving lessons for dads and a variety of instructional and fun camps throughout the year.

Champagne Stables also offers full private boarding.
Lucero was born in Tampa and has spent her life riding. She started taking lessons at age 10 and has learned and worked with national and world champion trainers. She has been teaching and training professionally for more than 14 years and is an established instructor in the Tampa Bay area. Champagne Stables is home to the 2013 Highpoint Academy Champion riders.
 
Contact
Cherie Lucero
813.841.1928
Champagnestables@hotmail.com
www.champagnestablesllc.com

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