Have you always wanted to learn to ride, but have never been on a horse?
Do you already ride, but want to take your skills to the next level?
Whatever your comfort level, we are passionate about horses and the people who are passionate about them. We can teach you to comfortably and safely handle and ride horses.
Q: What should I wear to my riding lesson?
A: You should always wear long pants, a boot with a heel, and a certified riding helmet.
Q: I don’t have a certified riding helmet. What should I do?
A: If you’re just beginning and do not have a helmet, we may be able to provide one until you’re sure you’ll be continuing with lessons. Ask us in advance about a helmet so we can have that worked out before your lesson.
Q: What can I expect to learn during my lessons?
A: At Team Rider Equine LLC, we focus on teaching basic horsemanship. Those lessons include how to tack and untack a horse as well as how to ride.
Q: I don’t own a horse. Do you have one I can ride?
A: Yes. We have a great horse who loves to give lessons. Read more about Nonsense.
Q: Can I take lessons on my own horse?
A: You certainly may! In fact we embrace the opportunity to work with you and your horse to help you become a stronger team. Haul in lessons are $60.
Q: Are there other benefits to horseback riding?
A: Absolutely! Horseback riding is great for building physical strength, patience, compassion, discipline, sportsmanship, respect for animals and other people, and develops problem solving skills.
Q: Is there an age limit to learning to ride?
A: The only limit is that you have to be able to sit on a horse. We teach riders of all skill levels from 5 to over 55.
Q: What riding disciplines do you teach?
A: We primarily teach Hunter, English or Equitation, but we can teach Western as well.
Q: Are parents allowed to watch the lessons?
A: Absolutely. We love getting to know involved parents and encourage our parents to watch lessons.
Q: How long is a riding lesson?
A: Each riding lesson runs 30 minutes + the time needed to untacking.
Q: How much are riding lessons?
A: Riding lessons are $50 each.
Bring a signed Release of Liability to your first lesson!