These lessons are perfect for introducing your student to horses and helping them become more independent. They can also be used to focus on specific skills or goals.
Group lessons are a chance to build relationships with fellow riders, but they also create a collaborative learning environment that is more fun and allows for feedback and insight from peers. Students must be able to tack-up and handle horse independently.
This party will make your horse-loving child's dreams come true! Each party guest will get a chance to ride our lovely horses and then the comfortable lounge area is yours for snacks, cake, ice cream, and presents.
Camps at The Riding School create an immersive experience to expand and build on every student's horse knowledge and riding skills. Along with learning opportunities there will be time for fun and new friends. Stay tuned to find out when we will be hosting camps!
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These two-person lessons create an opportunity to utilize the benefits of a group lesson with more flexible scheduling.
Do you own your own horse and want to come take lessons with Chan? Schedule a private lesson or invite a friend for a semi-private lesson. If you are looking for group lesson, contact us to see if there is a group that meets your goals.
These group lessons will be an interactive and hands on way to gain knowledge that cannot be learned in riding lessons alone. Whether your child is just beginning their horse education or wants to expand their skills these lessons will focus on teaching correct horsemanship that will apply to any discipline. No previous experience is required Topics will include daily care, health, feeding, and shoeing to name a few.
Saddle Club (Ages 6 and up)
Developing the knowledge and skills to care for their own horse.
Your child has already started riding but wants to learn more.
The Riding School Work/Study (Ages 10 and up)
After completing Saddle Club, or with special permission.
Volunteer and assist in lessons and other programs.
Real life application of horse-management skills.
Field trips to shows and events, other facilities, and learning opportunities.