Choose Between Two Options
- $35for one private or semi-private horseback riding lesson ($70 value)
- $120for four private riding lessons ($240value)
Students spend 30 minutes of one-hour lessons mastering the basics of horse care and safety, such as grooming, bathing, and tacking. Next, they spend 30 minutes learning to ride in the outdoor arena.
Countyline Equestrian Center
At Countyline Equestrian Center, owner and lifelong rider Rebecca Rainey is proud to maintain what she calls a "little barn" atmosphere. That intimate atmosphere stems partly from the fact that Countyline Equestrian Center is a working farm—Ms. Rainey breeds horses there, the show horses live there, and it's not unusual to see chickens pecking the dust looking for pieces of fallen sky. But it's also due to their approach to riding lessons, which are personalized to suit each rider's goals and abilities.
Long before new riders take to the saddle, Countyline Equestrian Center's instructors help them feel at ease around the horses. When students feel ready, instructors help them climb aboard gentle steeds to trot around the 60-square-foot arena, then eventually bring them into the larger footed ring. Taking it slow ensures that each rider feels comfortable holding the reins, whether it's for a short ride around the barn or to compete nationally with the center's show team.