Weekday package

During our semester of "Introduction to Horseback Riding" with theory classes, we will provide you with basic horse care skills and knowledge. You will be able to ride without stirrups and work over ground poles, while learning the fundamentals of topics such as equine nutrition, safety, and management of the horse and its sport. Students will have the opportunity to sit in on guest speakers like Nutrition Specialists, Farriers, and Veterinarians to explain the importance of their work in the care for the horse, and to help students understand the horse from every angle. During the mounted and dismounted lessons, students will learn basic groundwork and natural horsemanship techniques, along with the basics of dressage & jumping positions to learn the different disciplines, and improve their core strength and balance.

Exams in both theory and practice will be done throughout the course, and students will learn the basic safety measures of teaching what they have learned to their classmates under trainers supervision and guidance, to reinforce their new skills. Our courses aim not only to educate future horse professionals and/or one day owners, but they help students and children become self sufficient, responsible, caring, and confident in day-to-day life.

Class enrollment has limited availability as classes only consist of up to 8 students that will be subdivided into smaller groups, allowing us to fine tune each individuals skills. This is a fun, relaxed environment with similar age groups of children (8-14) and older teens/adults.

Step into your horseback-riding career!

A $500 non-refundable deposit is required to save your spot.

The remaining balance is to be paid on 1st of each month in 3 payments.
Save $150 off of this course when prepaid in full before the semester starts!

For students who cannot commit to our semester course during the week, we have Saturday classes available! 

This semester course runs 13 weeks long on Saturdays from 3-4pm. Students who take riding lessons in the morning may come for their scheduled lesson, volunteer for the day helping around the barn and grooming horses, take a lunch break, and then join in on our theory class at 3 pm. 

Make up classes will be available upon request.

Weekend Theory Class Package:13 Saturday classes for $520 

Youth (Ages 8-14)

This semester course is 13 weeks long. Students must commit to 2 hours a day from 4pm - 6pm for either 2 or 3 days a week, Monday - Friday. 

Commitment of 2 days a week = $1,924

Commitment of 3 days a week = $2,808

Weekend package

junior (Ages 15+)

This semester course is 13 weeks long. Students must commit to 2 hours a day from 5:30pm - 7:30pm for either 2 or 3 days a week, Monday - Friday. 

Commitment of 2 days a week = $2,184

Commitment of 3 days a week = $3,198

Future Semester dates

Open Enrollment: February 3, 2020 - May 8, 2020 (Skipping Spring Break)

​​Whether an experienced rider or a total novice, whatever your age, riding is a sport for all.
No matter which age or skill group you belong in, our stables will welcome you and offer the chance to enjoy our unique atmosphere to learn to ride, take private hacks or lessons, and develop your horse care and knowledge in the stables 

Our Goal

The goal of our semester program is to prepare new students and riders for the world of horses! Whether your goal is to compete, own a horse, or just have fun out on the trails, we want to help you understand what it means to be involved in this sport and learn the best practices of horsemanship to be successful in your riding career. 

What you will learn

Topics include but are not limited to:

  • Safety Around Horses
  • Horse Handling and Body Language
  • Tack & Equipment
  • Proper Horsemanship & Sportsmanship
  • Warm Up Exercises For Horse & Rider
  • Team Building
  • & Many More Skills Important Both In and Out of the Barn!

Helmets are available for hire at no extra charge. Should you decide to get your own equipment, we can offer advice about what you would need and the best place to buy riding clothes.