We have a large indoor riding arena which makes lessons comfortable in any kind of weather. For parents or friends who would like to watch, we have a heated/air-conditioned lounge overlooking the riding arena. And we even have a tornado shelter in the viewing room for your peace of mind!
Our group lessons are an hour long with a max of 6 riders; the first 30 minutes are dedicated to grooming and tacking the horse, and the remaining 30 minutes are instruction and riding. During lessons, we pair new riders with more experienced riders who show them how to groom and tack their horse. Helpers also work with them one-on-one during group lessons to review the basics of riding. We provide the horses and all the equipment. We even have helmets to borrow!
Lessons are $45 each, but discounts for advance purchases are available. For questions or to set up a tour, please call or text us at 405-531-7096.
- Mondays: 12, 4, 5, 6 & 7 pm
- Tuesdays: 4, 5, 6 & 7 pm
- Wednesdays: 5, 6 & 7 pm
- Thursdays: 5, 6 & 7 pm
- Fridays: 12, 4, 5, 6 & 7 pm
- Saturdays: 1:30, 2:30, 3:30 & 4:30 pm
Mini lessons are smaller groups for kids ages 3-5. The ride time is shorter (15 minutes) to accommodate a young rider, and we develop our skills by playing games with their helper. Mini lessons are $30, with discounts available for advance payment.
We offer private lessons scheduled with one of our riding instructors. Private lessons are $55 for 25 minutes of riding, and like our group lessons, you are encouraged to arrive early to help with grooming and tacking your horse. For more information on private lessons or to schedule, call or text 405-531-7096.
What to Expect on Your First Day
Jeans and tennis shoes or boots without slick bottoms are best for your lessons. Although our riding arena is inside, dress weather appropriate. When it’s hot, you might want to bring a water bottle, and when it’s cold, you might want to bring a coat and dress in layers! You might also want to bring some thin gloves when it gets cold.
When you turn into our drive, follow the signs directing you into the back parking lot and enter the lesson program area through doors on the north side of the metal barn. After you walk in, don’t be shy. Introduce yourself to anyone and let she or he know you’re here for your first lesson and ask for your instructor. More than likely your instructor will be busy with horses and difficult to find if you don’t ask for help.
You will be paired with a helper who will go through how to get your horse ready and help you find a helmet that fits. When the instructor announces it’s time to bring horses to the arena, your helper will show how to lead your horse to the ring. During your lesson, the instructor will explain the basics of riding, and then you and your helper will get the chance to go over these skills until you feel comfortable. If you have any questions about what’s being said please ask your helper or instructor!
At the end of the lesson you might want to give your horse a treat (they love apples, carrots and peppermints) and also talk to your instructor about continuing lessons. We hope to see everyone who comes out to ride more than once! If you think of any questions or would like to offer any feedback after you’ve left please feel free to call, we’d love to hear from you.