Cheyenne's Pride Riding Academy

Cheyenne's Pride Riding Academy

5.0 (5)
4 hires on
4 employees
19 years in business

About this pro

We work with special needs and non special needs adults and children. Our head trainer has been giving lessons for 17 years. She has worked with horses for 29+ years. We do fun shows at the barn at least twice a year. We think it's extremely important that you learn more than just how to ride a horse. We teach you how to brush, tack, clean stall, feed them, and how to maintain the facility. We help you create a bond with a horse like no other. The love from a horse is extremely unconditional. All of our staff Riders and horses are one big family we'd love it if you joined our family! 

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Cheyenne's Pride Riding Academy

We love working with horses. We love watching people come and ride going from almost no knowledge to being able to tell you just about anything about a horse. Are head trainers favorite saying about working with anyone in horses is watching you come out of your shell and getting more confidence. We all love watching the passion grow bigger and bigger! 

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Cleveland, GA 30528
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5 Reviews


  • Debbie Penick

    The communication is good and the trainer is professional and works well with my granddaughter who is a beginner. We are so excited to get to the next lesson.

  • Rev April Briant

    Excellent experience. Beautiful area. Liz and Lance took great care of us!

  • Rev April Briant

    Liz and Lance take excellent care of their riders and their horses! We loved it!

  • Rev April Briant

    Liz is wonderful and takes exceptional care of the horses and the riders!

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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

Hi I'm Liz owner and head trainer at Cheyenne's Pride Riding Academy. Our first lesson always is a way for us to judge how much you know. From the second lesson and on we we focus on what you need to learn and repeating what you have learned. What my trainer told me is repetition repetition repetition. 

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

Hi I'm Liz I am the owner and head trainer at Cheyenne's Pride Riding Academy. I have been working with horses my entire life. I have been training people on how to ride for at least 12 years. I've been training horses since I was a little kid. 

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