Horses are known for their beauty, which is why so many of them are the spokesmen for makeup companies. Ride something pretty with this Groupon.
Choose from Five Options
- $39 for one 90-minute group riding class (a $125 value)
- $42 for one 45-minute private lesson (an $85 value)
- $89 for three progressive 90-minute group riding classes (a $295 value)
- $119 for three 45-minute private lessons (a $255 value)
- $20 for one 90-minute unmounted seminar (a $75 value)
During private lessons, riders get one-on-one time with their instructor, and group classes can accommodate up to six riders per session. Group classes encompass classroom education, a worksheet for study, and 15–20 minutes of riding. Riders can choose group classes for adults, children ages 8 or older, or a combination class for parents and their kids. The Unmounted Seminar begins with a tour of the facility, and is followed by a safety review, a horse body-language lesson, grooming and tacking instruction.
Over the past 20 years, Denver Equestrians owner Corinne M. Lettau has been mastering proper horse training and horse communication while studying under elite professionals such as 1994 Olympic bronze medalist Michelle Gibson. At her 32,000-square-foot equestrian complex, Corinne and a team of talented instructors share their bond with horses by leading students through riding lessons, horsemanship classes, and rider assessments. On large indoor and outdoor arenas, students cover the basics of oat-powered transportation, such as mounting, dismounting, and transitioning from walk to halt. In group classes, students glean horseback know-how alongside up to five other riders. During private lessons, students build upon individual strengths and weaknesses and discuss the advancement of elective hoof surgery for humans.
93% of 214 customers recommend
“I always enjoy going there, the staff is very patient with my daughter and I greatly appreciate that. Wish it was closer to my house. :)”
“Wonderful facility, friendly and knowledgeable staff that seems to care genuinely for the horses.”
“No comments, keep up the good work!”