Horseback Riding Lessons for ages 3 and above!
Private lessons are given to mature 3 year olds and older. Students range from 3 years old to parents and grown-ups looking to learn how to ride as well. Both English and Western lessons are offered from western pleasure, to trail riding, to jumping is available. Whether a beginner or advanced student looking to get back into the saddle, we have the horse and program that suits every rider. Lessons are typically held in our outdoor, sand arena but some lessons are given as trail rides or rides outside of the arena for advanced students.
One hour private-$45
One hour semi-private(2-4 people) -$35 (per person)
Half hour private- $30
Half hour semiprivate- $25 (per person)
Cancellation / Rescheduling Policy:
All lessons must be canceled/rescheduled 24 hours prior to the scheduled lesson time, or there will be a $10 fee charged to you at your next lesson. If there is a no show or a schedule change within 5 hours of your lesson, you'll be charged the full price of the lesson.
To set up a lesson, contact Carrie at email@example.com or to subscribe to our weekly text alerts for lessons, please text @ponypal to 81010.
Carrie Torre, age 21 is the head instructor. She has been around horses and living on a farm since before she could walk. She has been teaching at her family farm for three years now. There are 8 horses that are used for lessons, a miniature, 4 ponies, and 3 full-sized horses. This ensures that all levels and students can be accommodated accurately. Students are taught from the very basics through advanced, technical riding. Lesson students learn not just how to ride a horse, but develop a lasting relationship with the horses, based on natural horsemanship techniques. This develops trust and confidence between the horse and rider. Students also learn how to brush and tack up their horses and are expected to do so at each lesson. Both English and western styles of riding are taught, tailored to the riders' interests. This individualized lesson program is specially designed to meet each riders' unique needs.
As I mentioned before, we will cover several aspects of the equine world including caring for horses, basics of showing, riding exercises, equipment maintenance, and of course horsemanship. This program is based on natural horsemanship and riders of all ages will be establishing a bond with the lesson horses throughout their riding time to get a trusting relationship between horse and rider. This is essential to all levels of riding and comes in handy when competing and moving up with your horse. Both half-hour and hour riding lessons are available. They are given every evening of the week and start at just $25. A half-hour of riding time usually has students at the barn for an hour total, so they can tack-up and cool down their horses.
2013-2014 Update:This year we had 8 full camps, including 5 summer camps, 2 mini Fall camps, and 2 Christmas camp! We had between 5 and 16 kids in each camp. We welcomed Miss Taylor in 2014 and began offering Birthday Parties as well. Miss Taylor and Miss Carrie went off to college in the fall of 2014 and have been working hard to keep up with the lessons. We had a total of 30 kids for our last camp of 2014!
2015 :With a client base of over 130 students, a new Spring camp this year, and increasing our lesson ponies to 6 horses, we cannot thank everyone enough for all this support! With more students leasing horses, showing, and attending camps all year round, we are excited at the success of our students and could not be prouder! We have officially completed a fall camp with 26 students, 8 summer camps and have 6 active showing members now! We also have 5 students leasing horses to further their knowledge and riding.
2016: With lessons underway this winter, we have welcomed several new lesson students already! In February, we welcomed "Tex" to the barn, Miss Carrie's new show horse. With Summer camps now planned, we are offering 2 advanced camps, 2 show day camps, showing at least once a month, and camps every week from June 15-August 17th! We cannot wait until Spring is here to see more students back in the saddle.