Spring Introductory Riding Program
Introductory Riding Program
The Introductory Riding Program is designed for those people ages 8 to 70+ who would like to learn how to ride! This special promotional offer includes 10, 2-hr weekly lessons with other fellow horse newbies and includes theory, safety, assisted tack-up and riding time. These 2-hr lessons have been specially designed to help people new to horses learn and build confidence. Text books and other learning materials are also available to help you out! Get horseback riding off your bucket list and improve your health and well being by learning this life-long activity! After completing the 10 week program you will feel confident in your abilities to pursue your equine dreams!
Spring group lessons (4 to 5 riders) intro program: a $730 value being offered for only $497 + GST!
- Week of April 14th 2019
- Week of September 16th 2019
Days & Times:
Weekday classes starting at 5 or 6pm Monday through Friday
Weekend classes at 9am or 1pm Saturdays and Sundays
Weekday daytime classes available 1 to 3pm
Included in the price: horse rental, tack rental, lesson fee
What else will students need: Students will need to have long pants for riding in (non-slippery material such as jeans, tights, ect.) as well as a boot or shoe with a 1/2 inch heel (for safety reasons, so rider's feet do not slip through the stirrup). It is recommend that student purchase a properly fitted equestrian riding helmet or we do have helmets available for students to borrow for the classes.
We are now accepting registrations for the Spring 2019 Intro Program. Follow the link below to register!
When you fill out the online registration form, you will select what days of the week you can accommodate with your schedule. We will contact you the first week of April to confirm your time-slot. If we are unable to accommodate your schedule we will refund your deposit.
The first lesson is going to be mostly theory, filling out paper work and learning how to catch and lead, groom and tack up horses. We will also practice mounting and dismounting, but will not do a lot of riding. So, if you have questions about what to wear, helmets, ect. you can also ask your coach at the first lesson at you won't miss out on anything :)
As you get better at catching, leading and grooming and tacking up your horse, the riding time each lesson will get longer :)
If you are going to be away for a week or weekend and need to miss a class, we can do make-up lessons for missed classes as long as we get 24-hrs notice for missing the event