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Welcome to the Bit By Bit Stable Web Site.

Bit by Bit is a lesson, training, and boarding facility conveniently located in Uncasville, CT on 45 occasionally peaceful acres. We are a small family oriented facility that teaches adults and children from beginners to advanced in English styles of riding. We offer huntseat, dressage, and jumping lessons. Riders also have occasional lessons in vaulting, polo cross, games, horse soccer, bareback riding and lunging to enhance their riding and horsemanship skills.

Check out the news page for the latest from Bit By Bit riders.

Some of our barn's highlights included – several sessions of summer camp including having riders that have returned from CA and even France to participate. We love that our students want to come back to us! Our horses and riders have competed in many different types of competitions and venues successfully, winning regional and National Titles. We have BBB riders competing on the CHSA, CHJA, and USEF circuits in Jumpers, Hunters, Equitation and Pleasure, riders competing in Tri-State 2-phase Events (dressage, jumping), riders competing in CDCTA in dressage and two phase, riders competing in the NYUC Regional pony club games, and then in the National pony club games in VA, KY and MD, riders competition in NYUC regional Show jumping and then going to Nationals at Tryon, NC and winning! Riders from BBB have competed in USEA rated events, as well as NYUC regionals at Kent Horse Trials and then competing at nationals in KY. We also have a Bit By Bit Equestrian Team - IEA Middle School and High School team competing in Eq. A big thank you to my barn helpers!! So much happens at the farm each year. The website gets updated infrequently, if you are a rider here (or family member) that is on facebook, please request to join our Bit By Bit Facebook page which is regularly update with information and photos.

Thank you to all my riders, their families, and to our awesome horses for making BBB a special place to be.

For information, please e-mail Mary, the owner and trainer.