English & Western styled lessons available
Landon Farm is happy to provide a safe, encouraging and educational lesson program. We work with riders who have never been on a horse all the way to those riding at the World level.
• Lessons are important to build a riders self confidence in not only their instructor and horse, but also themselves.
• Riders at Landon Farm will have the opportunity to learn to groom, saddle, bridle, and care for their lesson horse; take part in camps, horse shows and much more!
• As riders progress they will be encouraged to join the Landon Farm Team at horse shows. There are a number of horse shows that our riders attend based on their level and experience. This is something that we will discuss with you and your riders as time goes on.
We will ask you to please choose a “package” of lessons that your rider will be taking each month. Based on your selection, you will receive an invoice via email on the 25th of each month.
4 Lessons (private/semi-private) Intro Package (available to new students) $160
1 Lesson $50/per lesson
4 Group Lessons a month $140 per month ($35/each)
8 Lessons a month $280 (2 lessons a week $35/each)
TinyTot Lessons (riders 2-4 years old) 15 min lessons $25 per lesson
Private lessons for intermediate/advanced rider $60 for 30 minutes
Private lessons for beginners is $40. Kathryn will decide when you are an intermediate/advanced rider; therefore increasing the lesson price.
Lessons should be scheduled via email. Kathryn should only be contacted on her cell phone for emergencies.
If you cancel or “no-show” to two lessons within 30 days, you will forfeit your lesson time and will be removed from the schedule. You will have to contact Kathryn in order to obtain a new lesson time.
Any billing questions should be directed to Kelly Trexler at email@example.com
Parents, family, and other friends are welcome to come to watch lessons but are encouraged to let the instructor do the teaching. It can be hard at times but it is important that the rider and the instructor are communicating for the safety and the educational experience.
Riding is a great sport to promote independence and self-confidence, because of this we encourage riders who are old enough, to come early enough to assist in getting their horse ready for the lesson. Additionally, we ask that all riders arrive at least 15 minutes prior to the start of their lesson in order to assure that they have enough time to get ready to ride and lessons start on time. If running late please email firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know.
NOTE: If a lesson starts at 1 pm a rider should be on the horse at 1 pm and on the rail stretching. Lessons are booked in open time slots and we cannot go over the allotted time based on the schedule. If you cancel or “no-show” to two lessons within 30 days, you will forfeit your lesson time and will be removed from the schedule. You will have to contact Kathryn in order to obtain a new lesson time.
If a rider is unable to make the lesson we ask for 24 hours notice or the lesson will be charged. Weather, illness, family emergency are out of everyone’s control for that reason we understand that 24-hour notice might not be feasible. Please use your judgment.