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 rider’s self-confidence.
• 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 several 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.
2 lessons a week - $320/month
Saddle Time Offer:
3 lessons per week - $375/month Regular price $480, a savings of $105!
All in the Family: Immediate family only.
2 lessons per week per month per family member - $440/month Regular price $640, a savings of $200!
All Package pricing is discounted based on prepaying by the 5th of each month via check, cash, Venmo, or Paypal. Late payments are subject to a $75 late charge.
Show Team Packages
These are our all-inclusive packages that provide for lessons and show fees. Show fees include stall, shavings, prep of your horse for show, equipment, and cleaning of equipment, washing and clipping of horse, entry fees, office fees, horse transportation, insurance, and much more! These packages require a 12-month contract (For example you start in March you will be under contract until March of the following year) and must be paid by the 5th of each month. Late payments are subject to a $75 late charge. If you own or lease a horse there will be a different price structure for the Academy and Elite Academy team offerings.
2 lessons per week and 3 fun/open shows per year: $400/month.
2 lessons per week and 3 in-state academy shows and one fun/open show per year: $525/month.
Elite Academy Team:
3 lessons per week and 3 out-of-state academy shows, 2 in-state academy shows:$625/month. Academy Nationals is not included in the "out of state" horse shows and will be billed to the rider.
Terms and conditions apply, click here to contact us and learn more.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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 email@example.com 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. All cancellations must be made by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Do not text Kathryn for cancellations.