Group Lessons $30
Group horseback riding lessons include up to five riders. In group riding lessons riders are able to benefit from instruction given to the class as a whole. Cooperative learning increases the skill level and knowledge of each individual.
Semi-Private Lessons $40
Semi-Private lessons are limited to two or three horseback riders. These smaller groups allow for more one on one attention to each rider, while still offering the benefits received through cooperative learning.
Private Lessons $50
Private lessons are the preferred method for those who are seriously pursuing higher levels of training. Private horseback riding lessons offer the greatest attention to details a rider needs to improve.
- How to properly groom a horse
- How to tack up a horse
- Properly leading a horse
- Safely mounting and dismounting a horse
- How to balance and steer
- How to walk and trot with control
- General equestrian safety
- Communication with your horse
- Correct riding position
- Balance development
- Riding technique
- Coordination of movement between horse and rider
- Proper seat
- Leg positioning
- Using reins
- Diagonals in the trot
- Leads in the canter
- More refinement with the aids
- Continued rhythm in riding
- Transitioning in sequence
- Lateral patterns
- Advanced riding techniques
- Ride more sensitive horses
BEGINNER - Beginners start their horseback riding experience in private lessons. This one on one attention ensures they develop the knowledge and skills necessary to be a successful horse rider.
INTERMEDIATE - Intermediate classes build upon the lessons learned in the beginner level. Intermediate riders will work on skills including balance, coordination, position and technique.
ADVANCED - The advanced level classes will hone in your riding skills to help make you competitive in the horse show arena. Advanced classes are offered in group lessons or private lessons to give you the attention you feel you need.