Our Twelve Week Horsemanship programs are great for younger riders, and those new to horses. Riders will progress through these levels depending on their age and experience until they’re ready to move into the regular lesson program. Kids will learn how to groom and tack up their horses, and develop the basic skills needed to ride and maintain proper control over their horses.
2020 Summer dates: The four day Lessons cost $168.00
- July 7-10
- July 28-31
- August 4-6
- August 25-28
2020 March 4-Week Program: $168.00
- March 1-22
2020 Spring Lessons: 12 Week Session: cost $504.00
- April 5- June 28(April 12 Easter No Class)
2019 Fall Lessons: 12 Week Session: cost $504.00
- September 13- December 6, 2020 Every Sunday (Oct 11 – Thanksgiving No Class)
Junior Horsemanship (Beginners, ages 5-7) March 4 Week /12 Week Sessions: 11:00-12:00 PM, 4 Day Lessons: 12:00-1:00 PM
Build your riding skills and start to ride on your own. Play some games and have some fun with your new friends. Parent/guardian must stay with child (the horses are started on lead lines at the instructors discretion)and be prepared to have a great time! Half Hour of a riding lesson and the remaining time learning valuable stable management skills.
Horsemanship I (Beginners, ages 8-13) March 4 Week / 12 Week Sessions: 12:00-1:00 PM, 4 Day Lessons: 1:00-2:00 PM
Horsemanship I provides the basic skills for any type of riding. The focus is on walking and trotting, with progression at your own comfort level. Along with riding, you will learn to safely lead, groom, and tack up your horse. One half hour riding lesson and the remaining time is for learning valuable stable management skills.
Horsemanship II (Intermediate, ages 8+) March 4 Week /12 Week Sessions: 12:00-1:00 , 4 Day Lessons: 1:00-2:00 PM
This class is for those with a little more experience and confidence around horses (Horsemanship I or equivalent experience). The focus is on position, technique and advanced skills such as posting trot, grooming and tacking up. Half hour of riding and the remaining time is for learning valuable stable management skills.
**Please note if there is a lack of registrations the Horsemanship 2 class, (September-December) it may run with Horsemanship 1 on the same dates as posted above. Thank you for your understanding!
Please register by phone 780-922-2941, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
You will need:
Helmet (Bicycle is fine)
Boots with a 1/4 heel (rubber, cowboy, or hiking)
Waivers- are available to print off from our website and bring with you to your lesson.