Western/ English Riding is currently available for children over the age of five who can confidently and successfully ride without the need for a lead line. Riding horses builds confidence, Strengthens core, helps with balance, requires high levels of thinking. Most important it's fun!!!!
The lessons are given on Saturdays and there are no more than 6 in the class.
Western/ English lessons cost $150 a month debited on the 15th of the month (one hour) lessons. When you choose to enroll in this package, you will automatically be enrolled in the Friends of HALTER and there will be a one time annual charge of $75. This will entitle you to "The Bit & Bridle" newsletter, and a portion of the monies collected goes back into HALTER as a donation for us to keep creating programs in-house as well as a means to bring in outside talent in the form of clinics and camps. As we grow, you can take pleasure in knowing that you are a direct contribution to our success.
Private Lessons are offered for $75 per lesson you can purchase these at our online store. These are an hour long one on one sessions for anyone who just wants to try riding a horse to see if they like it. As well as those who want to work on specific skills without the distractions of others in a class setting.
One Lesson Certificates are also available for purchase and is one of the greatest gifts you can give. Especially to those that have a love, passion, or even just a curiosity about horses. The money spent will be down played by the experience it provides. Lesson Certificates are for class settings only.
Riders must wear long pants, tucked in shirts, and closed toed shoes with heels. Classes are ongoing, you are welcome to sign up at any time. Please download, fill out, and sign the registration form and liability release. Registration form, Liability Release, and payment is due prior to your first lesson.
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