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Group Lesson Program
Age 7-Adult
 

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Group lessons are the way to go for the student who wants the most bang for their buck. Students can learn a lot from riding with others and watching the other students in their group perform different exercises. Group lessons are an hour long and include grooming and tacking the horse. Our group lessons are small with 3-4 students in Beginner Groups and 3-5 students in Intermediate/Advanced Groups.

All Semester Group Lesson students are automatically enrolled in our exclusive Learning Levels Program. 
Our Learning Levels Program is designed to introduce both mounted Horsemanship and unmounted HorseSense topics. HorseSense topics include unmounted safety, grooming, ground handling, horse ID, equine behavior, horse parts, tack, mounted safety, and stable management. Unmounted lessons will be covered in lessons and can be practiced at home with the Study Guides and worksheets provided. Students enrolled in our Learning Levels Program can earn colorful ribbons for demonstrating the knowledge and skills required for each level.

We accept students with no riding experience into our group lessons at the beginning of each semester. If we are in the middle of a semester, we recommend you start with a few Private Lessons, then we can place you into an appropriate group lesson.



Semester Group Lessons

Semester Payment $425 ($33/class)
Monthly Payment $160 ($37/class)
13 week sessions beginning in February, May, August, and November.

Includes-
* Weekly Group Lessons
* FREE BHRA T-Shirt or Helmet Bag
* FREE Personalized Lesson Journal
* FREE Learning Levels Study Guides & Worksheets
* Participation in our EXCLUSIVE Learning Levels Program

* FREE Spring & Fall Friends & Family Day- including entry for all family & friends
* Early Registration for Spring Break & Holiday Camps
* Barn Ambassador Program
 * Barn Parties/Events- (Epic Sleepover At The Barn, Student Christmas Pictures, Student Christmas Party)



Our classes follow our Learning Levels
Beginner I (Red Level)- Riders with no or little horse experience
Beginner II (Red Level)- Riders who have completed a Beginner Semester but who haven't tested yet
Intermediate (Yellow Level)- Students who have passed the Red Level testing or have instructor permission to join.


Fall Semester Registration Will Begin In July




 

"Thank you for teaching my son a sense of horsemanship, a constructive attitude toward horses, an ability to relate to horses, and a love of horses and riding. Those things will stay with him forever, wherever and whenever he has the opportunity to ride in the future. And I have never experienced a more constructive place for him to do so.
-Erik T.
"I took my niece and nephews there for the group riding lesson and we had an amazing time. Curtis taught us how to groom, saddle up, place a bit in correctly, how to mount and dismount, and so much more. We will most certainly be back. Great fun!
-Missy M.
"My seven year old just had her first lesson. The instructor was wonderful...she had a great time and learned a lot in just half an hour! We will be returning!
-Ashlee N.
"Me, my cousin, and my 61 year old mother went in for a lesson today. Owner/Instructor was so down to earth and informative. Answered all of our questions and told us how to get our horses to respond well to us as individuals. I will absolutely be going back!
-Heather D.
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