St. Francis Riding Club

St. Francis Riding Club

4 employees
5 years in business

About this pro

The Sharing Economy meets The Horse World. We know how much you'd love to own a horse, go riding on the weekends, and enjoy the camaraderie at the barn. That's what we're here for! Our Club Horses are beautifully kept, exceptionally well trained, mounts that suit your riding ability and match your personality. The staff and stables are ready to accommodate your schedule and make riding fun and easy. The grooms have your horse ready when you are and our Instructors are available to guide your adventure and passion.

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Pacifica, CA 94044
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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

Students are welcome to call us or email us when they'd like to speak with our Club Director.  

Then, they book an Introductory Ride so that their skill level can be assessed.

When the Instructor has a good idea of their skill set, a suitable horse is chosen for the student.

As the student advances, they will graduate to other horses.

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

I am certified by the American Riding Instructors Association and have been teaching for 30 years.

I also have a degree in Animal Behavior and Wellfare.

Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

Our Introductory Lesson Price is $75.00.  This lesson usually takes an hour or more.

Then, we offer two different Membership prices.  The Club Membership depends on how often the Student wishes to ride:

Associate Membership $500.00 per month

  Includes:  Riding twice a week (1 Lesson and 1 solo or trail                      ride)

Full Membership:  $800.00 per month

  Includes:  Riding three times per week ( 1 lesson and 2          solo/trail rides)

How did you get started teaching?

I began teaching because I trained to become a Riding Instructor.  I went to school to learn Classic Dressage; Practice and Theory.  I then apprenticed under a World Champion Western Trainer to learn the western disciplines.

I continued to apprentice and train to become an International Competitor and Horse Breeder.

What types of students have you worked with?

Too many types to list !





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