Riding Disciplines Practiced

English Riding Classes: English Riding or beginning jumper

Our team of Instructors have combined hours and years of experience in English Disciplines and competition. Each Instructor brings to the program specific strengths in Equitation (position of rider form), Hunter (jumping) and Dressage. We have established a tier level of instruction beginning with beginners and advancing them to the next skill level which will add new challenges to their riding. Classes may be in groups, semi-private or private. We insist that all horsemanships practices are taught and that begins with grooming, tacking, riding, then cleaning tack and putting away. This is the type of program we have. We realize that our younger children need assistants so we provide our older more experienced students to assist in preparing the younger student for their lessons. However they are encourage to learn to become independent when they can Our priority is your student’s safety and for this activity to be injoayable but we do strictly enforce our rules for the concern of everyone. We have Showing Opportunities for Beginners thru Advanced but we also love to Trail Ride and just to learn riding safely and ot on the property.

Western Riding Classes: Western Reining or horsemanship

We have two highly trained Western trainers that have taught and competed in all Western events. There are new elements introduced to students as they progress in skill. The Franks family and other elected coaches for the Western Team have many years in competition and training in Reining, Horsemanship, showmanship, horsemanship, in Hand classes (Halter) and the latest is adding Ranch Pleasure, Ranch Riding, and cattle sorting. We insist that all horsemanships practices are taught and that begins with grooming, tacking, riding, then cleaning tack and putting away. This is the type of program we have. We realize that our younger children need assistants so we provide our older more experienced students to assist in preparing the younger student for their lessons. However they are encourage to learn to become independent when they can Our priority is your student’s safety and for this activity to be injoayable but we do strictly enforce our rules for the concern of everyone. We have Showing Opportunities for Beginners thru Advanced but we also love to Trail Ride and just to learn riding safely and out on the property.

Lesson Rates & Options

  • Which discipline is for you, English or Western?  Do you know the difference?   If you not, please email us and we can call you to discuss.
  • Once you decide which discipline (English or Western) is best for you or your child, its time to decide how often to ride.  To see rapid improvement, 3 times a week is optimum, but we know schedules are tight, so call us for guidance if you aren't sure.   (For new students – there is 5 class minimum)
  • Collect your equipment - your welcome letter will have the complete list and where to purchase the items. All riders must wear boots, but we do have helmets for first time riders.

English Riding or beginning jumper

Group Class
$ 75 Per class
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English riding or beginning jumper

Private Class
$ 85 Per class
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Western Reining or horsemanship

Group Class
$ 75 Per class
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Western Reining or horsemanship

Private Class
$ 85 Per class
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Take Note:

  • First Time Students:  We require a 5 class minimum for new students.  First classes are for evaluation, to find the best teacher and horse for the new student and that’s best done over a few sessions.
  • How long is my class?: Expect to spend 1.5 hours on site for classes (Horse prep + class time)
  • Toddler Parents: Must accompany children while on site.
  • What Equipment do I need?:  Contact us for the complete list.   We have helmets available for first time riders.  All riders must wear boots.
  • Are There Discounts?:  Only available for some prepayment plans

We have classes and riding groups for Adults, Adolesents, Children & Toddlers – No matter your needs we can accomodate you.

Lessons are scheduled with our Experienced Instructors based on rider’s experience and skill level. Generally the first paid lesson is basically an overall determination of where they are in skill and at that time your assigned Instructor will formulate a lesson plan. 

Lesson plans are created by each instructor and as students progress they have the  opportunity to move up to a more advanced instructor. However most of our instructors teach to upper levels presently in the Disciplines of Dressage, Hunter Equitation, Equitation Over Fences and Dressage. 

Beginner levels are taught fundamentals of Classical dressage that can be applied and improved upon at each lesson. We use the ancient art of Dressage training in our English and Western Riders and the basics that we teach have been found to produce beautiful Equitation Riders.

We insist that all horsemanship practices are taught and that begins with grooming, tacking, riding, then cleaning tack and putting away. This is the type of program we have.  We realize that our younger children need assistants so we provide our older more experienced students to assist in preparing the younger student for their lessons. However they are encourage to learn to become independent when they can.   Our  priority is your student’s safety and for this activity to be enjoyable but we do strictly enforce our rules for the concern of everyone. We have Showing Opportunities for Beginners thru Advanced but we also love to Trail Ride and just to learn riding safely and ot on the property.

*We are a year round program that enrolls students and families who are committed to our philosophy of well rounded riders in and out of the saddle. When inclement weather does not allow for a mounted lesson, we have classroom style curriculum that allows the students to learn about the many aspects of the equine world that will make them a well rounded horseman or horsewoman. These indoor lesson days are a requirement for regularly enrolled students.

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