Regular riding lessons take place all year for all levels of riders. Some of our programming is limited to accommodate COVID 19 safety concerns.
We are currently running private and semi private lessons booked on a monthly basis. The summer Riding Lesson program is full, but we may have space in September 2020. Please call us to confirm if you are interested. 306-230-5823.
In normal times, absolute beginners may join the next full “Learn to Ride” 10 week program with a full complement of Horsemanship. Call early to reserve a spot, classes fill quickly. Currently we are running Monthly lessons for all levels of riders.
An “Introduction to Horses” is usually offered on Saturdays for Horse Enthusiasts 9 years of age and under. Advanced deposits of $100 are required to save a spot. This program is on hold but should restart in Spring 2021. Booking Agreement: Booking Agreement effective Sept. 1, 2019
An Assessment or Introductory lesson may be booked by calling 306-230-5823, or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org All levels welcome. We have over 10 school horses of varying types and levels, from ponies to large warmblood show horses with experience in the hunter, jumper and dressage arenas. We have several excellent English Instructors who are Certified with Equine Canada. Assessment lessons are $75 plus GST payable in advance.
Experienced Riders interested in leasing a horse on a monthly basis may contact Val for availability and cost. Leases start at $150 per month.
Adult only classes also available at beginner to intermediate level.
For those new to the sport, what to wear?
* layers so you can be warm during the cool evenings or in the barn after your lesson
*a boot or shoe with a one inch heel (called paddock boots)
*long pants which are snug but not too tight. Jeans are fine, so long as there is no back pocket “bling” decoration (this will scratch the saddle) with minimal inside seam is recommended.
*gloves are recommended but not necessary, we will provide you with a safety approved helmet.
*water on site is from a well, but potable, however feel free to bring your own if you wish!
We teach in a large indoor riding arena, in weather no colder than minus 15 degrees, not including wind chill. Check the home page for local temperatures. We head out to teach in one of several outdoor riding rings as soon as weather permits.
Email: email@example.com Phone: 306-230-5823