- $99 for a 60-minute horseback-riding lesson, plus gloves, helmet, and boots ($159.93 value)
Stop by Saddlers Row at least an hour before your lesson to be fitted by professionally trained staff members who will find the perfect size helmet, boots and gloves. Once fitted, you’ll go to Equidream School of Horsemanship for a 60-minute lesson. Lessons include 30 minutes of grooming and familiarization and 30 minutes of riding.
If it helps you ride a horse, you can bet that you'll find it at Saddlers Row. This English saddle shop outfits horses—and their riders—with a full range of supplies and apparel. Saddles, as you might imagine, are the specialty, with new and used options from popular brands such as Intrepid, Tuffrider, and Pessoa. When you arrive, professional fitter Judi Berninger will help you find the perfect saddle for your horse or mastiff. Of course, you can also just peruse the vast inventory to find all of the horse treats, stirrups, and fly sheets you can carry.
Owner and head instructor at Equidream School of Horsemanship, Netta Schleden harnesses her training at the British Horse Society to enhance horses and their riders alike. Eleven lesson horses hold riders aloft during safety-oriented riding lessons, while a team of sale horses allows riders to select their very own steed for engaging mounted police officers in high-speed chases. Equidream's boarding house lavishes steeds with twice-a-day feedings in clean and secure lodgings. The grounds' 2 acres of grass pasture are fit for blissful galloping, and 10’x12’ stalls allow ample space for horse yoga.