Horseback Riding Lessons & Activities!

Parents: find a leader for an activity below. You can also find and reach out to an Equestrian Leader and let the leader recommend activities to do.

Horseback Riding Lessons (English Style) - Beginner

Learn to ride a horse - English Style!

Learn & practice basic equitation skills, gain self-confidence, and get comfortable around horses.

Learn how to safely tie, groom, saddle and bridle, mount, and ride a horse!

Activity Details

This is a high risk activity and should be performed and supervised by an experienced instructor.

Equipment
  • Helmet
  • Tack (varies by activity type but can include bareback pad, saddle, bridle, etc.)
  • Riding boots may be required, depending on the type of stirrups. Check with your activity leader.

Parent Prep: Check with your activity leader if your child should wear special clothing such as riding boots or long pants. Also, check if the leader is able to provide a horse & riding ring for lessons, or if the leader only does "barn visits" for families who already own or lease a horse.

Find an equestrian leader for this activity.

Horseback Riding Lessons (English Style) - Intermediate / Advanced Levels

Advanced horseback riding lessons - English Style!

Learn & practice advanced equitation skills and develop your riding "aides" in posting, extended trotting, cantering, performing figure 8's at trot and canter, and jumping!

Learn & Practice complete care of the horse as well

Activity Details

This is a high risk activity and should be performed and supervised by an experienced instructor.

Equipment
  • Helmet
  • Tack (varies by activity type but can include bareback pad, saddle, bridle, etc.)
  • Riding boots may be required, depending on the type of stirrups. Check with your activity leader.

Leader Prep: Ask the parent about the child's riding experience, skill level, and goals.

Parent Prep: Check with your activity leader if your child should wear special clothing such as riding boots or long pants. Also, check if the leader is able to provide a horse & riding ring for lessons, or if the leader only does "barn visits" for families who already own or lease a horse.

Find an equestrian leader for this activity.

Horseback Riding Lessons (Western Style) - Beginner

Learn to ride a horse - Western Style!

Learn & practice basic equitation skills, gain self-confidence, and get comfortable around horses.

Learn how to safely tie, groom, saddle and bridle, mount and ride a horse!

Activity Details

This is a high risk activity and should be performed and supervised by an experienced instructor.

Equipment
  • Helmet
  • Tack (varies by activity type but can include bareback pad, saddle, bridle, etc.)
  • Riding boots may be required, depending on the type of stirrups. Check with your activity leader.

Leader Prep: Check with your activity leader if your child should wear special clothing such as riding boots or long pants. Also, check if the leader is able to provide a horse & riding ring for lessons, or if the leader only does "barn visits" for families who already own or lease a horse.

Find an equestrian leader for this activity.

Horseback Riding Lessons (Western Style) - Intermediate / Advanced Levels

Advanced horseback riding lessons - Western Style!

Learn & practice advanced equitation skills like flying lead changes and barrel racing, gain self-confidence, and more!

Learn & Practice gymkhana events, and the complete care of a horse as well

Activity Details

This is a high risk activity and should be performed and supervised by an experienced instructor.

Equipment
  • Helmet
  • Tack (varies by activity type but can include bareback pad, saddle, bridle, etc.)
  • Riding boots may be required, depending on the type of stirrups. Check with your activity leader.

Leader Prep: Ask the parent about the child's riding experience, skill level, and goals.

Parent Prep: Check with your activity leader if your child should wear special clothing such as riding boots or long pants. Also, check if the leader is able to provide a horse & riding ring for lessons, or if the leader only does "barn visits" for families who already own or lease a horse.

Find an equestrian leader for this activity.

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