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We teach novice to advanced riders, age 6 and up.
We have wonderful school horses, but can also teach you
on your own horse.
We schedule both private and group lessons for adults, youth and
children aged 6 and older.
Our program is comprehensive and we teach all aspects of horsemanship
from the ground up.
Contact Jereny Johnson for information about lessons and training.
830-613-7550 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The specific riding disciplines we teach include:
Dressage Techniques for Western Rider
Barrels & Poles
Fees for Riding Lessons (Subject
Riders with Boarded horses benefit
from reduced rates.
Youth riders are riders under 14 who need special attention due to their
age and their lessons are usually shorter.
Adult Riders are 14 and over.
The rates for Kids and Youth Riders areas follows:
1/2 hour for one rider = $30
1/2 hour for 2 riders is still $25 per rider.
45 minutes for 1 rider = $40
45 minutes for 2 riders at the same time. = $30 per rider
Rates For Adults:
1 hour for one rider = $50
1 hour for 2 riders at the same time = $40 per rider
1 hour for 3 riders at the same time = $35 per rider
1 1/2 hours for one rider = $65
1 1/2 hours for 2 riders = $50 per rider
1 1/2 hours for 3 riders = $40 per rider.
General Policies for Riders and Parents of
Lessons start at the scheduled time. Riders who can
get their horses saddled and in the arena by the start of the
lesson will get more instruction time.
Lessons end at the scheduled time, even for riders who are late.
Riders who fail to cancel a scheduled lesson 12 hours in advance are
expected to pay for the missed lesson.
Riders are responsible for catching grooming, saddling, unsaddling,
and turning out their mounts to the greatest extent possible given age
All riders under 18 must wear a helmet.
Regular lesson riders are recommended to purchase their
own helmet and take it with them when they leave the lesson.
Riders doing ANY jumping must wear a helmet, regardless of age.
Riders are accompanied to and from the arena by their instructor.
Riders walk to and from the arena and mount and dismount in the arena.
Parents of riders may observe the lesson from outside the arena.
Parents are discouraged from distracting (speaking to) their children
during the lesson.
Parents may enter the arena to assist an instructor for very young or
who need an adult on both sides of the horse.
Any time a child or youth rider is mounted
or working with a horse,
parent and rider are encouraged to stay focused on the horse and
work in a quiet, workmanlike manner.
Barn conversation can be distracting and result in accidents.
Riders are responsible for cleaning up poop and grooming hair around
the tie rail and wash rack.
Call us to set up your
lesson time or to find out more about our program.
We welcome adult beginners!
Horseback riding, no matter what the
discipline or experience of the rider,
is an inherently dangerous activity. For all
of our lessons, clinics and rides, safety is our number one priority.
All riders must sign
a liability waiver and observe our safety rules. Speed events such as cutting require
riders to wear helmets.
All riding on the ranch is accompanied. All riders must agree to accept
full personal & financial responsibility
for any injury that may result from participating in
equestrian activities at the Farm.
- UNDER TEXAS LAW
(CHAPTER 87, CIVIL PRACTICE AND REMEDIES
AN EQUINE PROFESSIONAL IS NOT LIABLE
FOR AN INJURY TO OR THE DEATH OF A PARTICIPANT
IN EQUINE ACTIVITIES RESULTING FROM
THE INHERENT RISKS OF EQUINE ACTIVITIES.