*Book and pay for your lessons on the "Booking page"*
*Lessons may need to be rescheduled from time to time by your instructor, due to inclement weather or extreme temperatures.
$50.00- 45+ minute lesson
Riding is so much more than just showing up and getting on! We focus on all aspects of horsemanship, from the ground, up! You will learn to groom and tack up your horse and to cool down and properly put your horse away, in addition to safe and effective skills in the saddle.
What to wear:
In order for ANY student to ride, we require long pants and closed-toed shoes. NO STUDENT will be allowed to ride in shorts, skirts, or any unprotective shoe.
We are happy to let students borrow helmets for their first couple of session riding with, but after a few session, all students should purchase their own helmet. Bicycle helmets are not appropriate or safe for horseback riding.
All students must wear proper riding shoes (a comfortable boot with a 1" heel; and smooth rubber sole).
Breeches with half chaps or long pants (preferably jeans) to protect your legs. (leggings and other smooth pants will slip, making it hard to grip the saddle).
Riders should dress for the weather, we do not have an indoor riding arena.
If you are feeling ill, have a fever, or have been in close contact with someone diagnosed with COVID, or have been diagnosed with COVID within he past 2 weeks, we ask that you please stay home and schedule your lesson for another time. Thank you for your understanding.
WHERE TO GET YOUR GEAR
There are not a lot of great tack/riding attire shops in our area but here are a few options:
Tractor Supply Company carries a few helmet styles and some Western riding boots.
Meader Supply in Rochester, NH carries a small selection of helmets, boots and riding attire
Dover Saddlery in Plaistow, NH has a large selection of helmets, boots, and riding attire. They have fantastic customer service and employees that know how to help you find what you need.
All students or parent/guardians of students must sign our liability waiver before any handling of or riding horses.
Under New Hampshire law, an equine professional or activity sponsor, or any other person engaged in an equine activity is not liable for an injury to or the death of anyone participating in an equine activity resulting from their inherent risks (HB 793). Except in limited circumstances, no participant's representative can make a claim against, maintain an action against, or recover from any other person for injury, loss, damage, or death of the participant resulting from the activities' inherent risks.