|•||Beginner – Basic Care, grooming, leading, saddling, bridling and learning how to be in control of your mount including one rein stops.|
|•||Intermediate – All of the beginning instructions plus safety tips so that you will enjoy trail riding and or local show competition.|
|•||Advanced – All of the above instructions along with the fine tuning for competition.|
ALL SESSIONS ARE PRIVATE
You will start with our beginning instructor, Carol Dickerson.
Your first lessons will be instructed by Carol. You will begin by learning how to safely lead, groom, saddle and bridle one of our seasoned school horses. You will be aboard during your first lesson. While you are learning the basics of riding, you will also be learning that safety is our number one goal.
We require that the student wear a safety helmet as well as a hard sole shoe with a heel, preferably a boot. We have helmets for you to use for your first few lessons. Than we recommend you purchase an approved helmet.
We enjoy showing in Western events and specialize in these categories. These events include Western Pleasure, Western Horsemanship, Western Riding and Trail. We’ll lease one of our school horses to students to show at one of the local shows if they are interested. We travel to local shows and approved registered quarter horse shows that are within a 200 mile radius.
We also show in English classes. These include English Pleasure, English Equitation, and Hunter Hack.
Our program also includes safety rules for trail riding.
|•||Trainers for more than 20 years|
|•||Past NSBA approved Show Judge|
|•||Past Pony’s of America (POA) approved Show Judge|
|•||Past Open Show approved Judge|
|•||Organizer and Past President of|
|•||Past President of Carroll Country Western Circuit|
|•||MSQHA Board of Directors|
|•||AQHA Trail Coordinator for MSQHA|