Horseback Riding Lessons & Leasing
Group lessons- Ages 8 & up
Group riding lessons are an hour long, have 3-4 riders and consist of approximately 30 minutes of grooming / tacking the horse and 30 minutes of riding time. Students must be 8 years or older. The majority of lessons are English, but we do have Western and Bareback days as well. Lessons are taught in our covered 60' x 120' riding arena, and occasionally outside in our fields and trails. Lessons include many learning opportunities such as horse care and maintenance, natural horsemanship, riding, stall cleaning, introductory jumping and even some equestrian vaulting.
Tuition, Attire and Make up Policy
Tuition- $260 per month, weekly Wednesday lessons. Currently, I have a 2 year wait list for NEW beginner riders. Adult lessons- $60/lesson, Thursday mornings only. Evaluation ride lesson- $95. Tuition is due by the 30th of the month, prior to the month of lessons. Cash, check, Venmo (@Marnie-Eddington) and credit card (~3.5% processing fee) are all accepted. School year lessons are held Wednesday afternoon/evenings and summer lessons move to the mornings.
Attire- Students must arrive for lessons in proper attire including boots with at least 1/2" heel, long pants, and a helmet that is ASTM/SEI certified.
Make up Policy- At least 24 hour notice to the instructor, is required to cancel a lesson and schedule a make up lesson. One make up lesson is allowed per month. If make up lesson is cancelled, it may not be made up.
Do you or your child dream of owning your own horse? Leasing is a smart and affordable way of having your "own" horse! Leasing creates a perfect opportunity to take on increased responsibility and to investigate more about what horse ownership is all about. When leasing a horse you can come to the barn, ride and spend time with your horse without instructor supervision. Both half leases and full leases are available. Half leases are $285/month and include 2 extra rides per week, while full leases are $570/month and include 4 extra rides per week. To be eligible to lease a horse, students must be enrolled in weekly lessons.