Offering instruction to riders as young as 5 years to any age adult.
that have never ridden before are required to complete 5 private lessons before being considered for a group lesson.
Tacking up and grooming the horse is considered
part of the lesson for all beginner riders. Once riders can tack up and groom
their horse on their own , they will ride for the full hour.
1 HOUR PRIVATE LESSON - $60 PER LESSON
1 HOUR GROUP LESSON- $50 PER LESSON
Our lessons are scheduled on Monday - Friday from 3:00 on and all day on Saturday, during the school year. Summer
lessons are scheduled in the
mornings and late evenings
to avoid the heat. Monday - Saturday.
Riders may sign up for more than one lesson a week and we will fill your request depending on availability. We highly
encourage riders to take more
than one lesson a week as it
speeds the learning process up and moves riders to a higher skill level quickly.
Any rider that is more than 15 minutes late or is dressed inappropriately for their lesson
will not be able to ride in their lesson and will forfeit their lesson.
If a rider must cancel a lesson it must
be done more than 24 hours ahead of lesson or have a Dr.'s note. Cancellations with less than
hour notice and no Dr. note or no shows will be charged at the regular feeand the lesson
will be forfeited. Only two cancellations
per 10 week session can ce accepted
if a 24 hour notice is given. In the event that TOC cancels a lesson, a make-up lesson will be
re-scheduled at a timeconvenient for both rider and instructor. Make up lessons
must be rescheduled within 4 weeks and will depend
on instructor/lesson availabiltiy.
Make ups not rescheduled within 4 weeks ( not including lessonscancelled by TOC) will
be lost. No
refunds or credits.
Lessons that are missed may not be deducted from the next sessions fees. Lessons must be made up. NO
- Every rider is required to bring and use their own grooming equipment for
their horse. Supplies should be kept in a grooming bag or bucket.
- Everything that you bring to the farm should have your name
- We have a Lost and Found
box located in the viewing room.
rider is required to have a riding crop. Using it will depend on what horse you are riding.
- Every rider is expected to clean their saddle and bridle after their lesson is
completed unless it is going to be used in another lesson right away. Cleaning supplies will be provided by the farm.
- Proper riding attire is expected for all riding students.
This consists of riding breeches, paddock boots or tall boots, polo shirt w/collar, half chaps, and a belt. Hair must be put up under your helmet or put in a ponytail .
- Neatness of students and proper grooming
of the horses they ride show respect for both your instructor and your horse. Grooming and proper care of your horse are an essential part of Horseback Riding.