Current Group Lesson Schedule
Monday: 3:30 Intermediate Western
5:00 (offered Spr & Fall only) Beginner Western
Tuesday: 4:00 Beginner English & Jumping
5:30 (offered Spr & Fall only) Adult Intermediate
Friday: 3:45-5:30 Advanced Intermediate Western
Saturday: 8:30 Beginner Adult
9:30 Advanced Int. Western
1:00 Beginner Western
2:00 Intermediate Western
9:30 – 6:00 Riding Club (Advanced Riders)
Saturday Riding Club is held every Saturday from 9:30 – 6:00. It is geared towards experienced riders (minimum age of 9) who wish to work around the horses all day and learn more about the care of horses. The kids help clean stalls, feed, water, and prepare the horses to ride. They also help the lower level students learn about riding and grooming the horses. At the end of the day they ride in a variety of styles and activities. Responsibility is a key part of Riding Club. Kids that have gone through 2 years of Riding Club consistently are very ready to be a responsible horse owner!
Shady Lawn Ranch offers Riding Lessons to ages 4 – adult. We have lessons for beginners with no horse experience at all through advanced lessons geared towards training and control of the horse. We offer Western, English and Beginning through Intermediate Jumping.
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Classes for adults are taught either in group lessons or in private. Weekday mornings are the best times for these lessons since it is less busy at that time. During most of the year, a Saturday morning Beginner Adult class is usually available. Also, a once per week group adult lesson is offered in the evenings usually during the Spring or Fall. However other times can be arranged as needed. Adult lessons can be geared towards recreational riding or advancing in knowledge and skills.
Cost: $40 per 1 hour group lesson or ½ hour private
$60 per 1 hour private lesson
$190 for a series of 6 lessons (to be completed within 8 weeks)
Ask about plans for long term students.
Classes for ages 6 – 16 are taught in group lessons on weekday afternoons and on Saturdays. (See below for current schedule.) These lessons are geared towards students learning how to control horses as well as maintaining good balance for the best control and comfort. As students show they are ready for the next level they are moved up. As students continue up the levels they gain confidence in their ability to work with horses which can spread into other areas as well, such as in school. Beginner students ride Western. If a student wishes to learn English, they need to master control of the horse at the walk, trot, and canter first than can move on to English lessons.
Classes for 4 & 5 year olds are taught one-on-one on weekday mornings only. It is only recommended for children that have a big desire to learn to ride. Children are taught basic position and control of the pony. These lessons are offered only during the fall and the spring when the weather is at its best.
Requirements for lessons
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Riding Lessons, Day Camps & Boarding