Equestrian Lifestyle


Our world-class Equestrian Center is a testament to our commitment to horse training, riding performance and blue-ribbon care. This private boarding and training facility for Equestrian Members features indoor and outdoor arenas, private horse stables, heated stalls, washing and grooming areas, and a private club lounge for viewing, training and riding. Enjoy Promontory’s indoor arena, outdoor corral or an exhilarating trail ride exploring the picturesque hills and valleys of Promontory’s 6,400 acres.


Private horse stables with heated stalls include washing and grooming areas for our horses comfort and maintenance with the highest care possible. Our highly regarded Equestrian Staff, overseen by the Promontory Barn Manager, can tailor a program of horse care, training and lessons for each Member.


Few things in life compare to exploring nature’s majesty on horseback. Saddle up and experience unforgettable memories of scenic vistas. The Western Corral is also a wonderful venue for other types of family fun, such as summertime chuck wagon dinners and festive sleigh rides in winter.


Take advantage of our prepaid package for either six or ten riding lessons. New riders age six and above can experience the quality and training of the Promontory Equestrian Center. COST: $1,000 for 10 lessons or $650 for 6 lessons for any Full or Social (non- Equestrian) Member. This introductory package is available on a one-time basis for each prospective Member. Please contact the Equestrian Center for more details.


Promontory offers at least two sessions of summer camps held Tuesday–Friday each week of our Summer season. Each student will be assigned a school horse for the week. Participation in daily horsemanship lessons include horse grooming, bathing, clipping, tack cleaning, proper tacking up procedures, stall cleaning, etc.  Campers will be provided lunch each day along with their lessons. Please contact the Equestrian Center for more details.

Janna Hambor
Equestrian Manager

Janna graduated from Lake Erie College in 1995 with 2 Bachelor of Science Degrees; Equestrian Teacher/Trainer, and Equestrian Facilities Management. She has been teaching and riding professionally since then, and has operated her business, JLH Equestrian, at Rose Ranch since the spring of 1996. Janna’s riders and horses do very well at local UHJA horse shows, as well as out of state. Many of her students and horses consistently are on top in their  respective divisions, garnering over 80 year end awards since 1997.

Janna is also an active member of the Utah Hunter Jumper Association. She has been on the board of directors since 1996 in many capacities, including 2 years as President of the organization. Janna is a fixture in Utah’s equestrian community, and widely known and involved in fundraisers, horse shows, youth events, clinics and more.