Learn to ride in a supportive and friendly environment, on a 100 acre farm with rolling green hills and a large arena. Opportunity to go to shows; leases also available. We are teaching Tuesday through Friday afternoons. Please feel free to call or text 540-272-1350 or email [email protected] We would love to hear more about your interest in horses!
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Jennifer has been coaching my daughter for about 4 months now and you can tell she has a passion for horses and teaching others how to respect horses and learn to ride/get better at riding. She starts with the basics to ensure her students have a solid foundation as they learn to ride. She is patient with the students and takes many opportunities to teach students more about horses. My daughter's skills has certainly improved over the past 4 months and we look forward to visiting the barn every week! What I love the most about Jennifer is how her students describe her commitment to them as human beings. One student told me how she had lost all confidence riding with a former instructor and how Jennifer helped rebuild her overall confidence and even got her comfortable with jumping again. Another student told me how Jennifer worked with her to use horseback riding as a form of therapy to build confidence and reduce anxiety. Another Mom told me how she and her daughter drive almost an hour twice a week because Jennifer is so attentive to them, makes them feel relaxed at the barn, and has really supported her daughter's horseback riding passion. My daughter feels so confident and empowered learning to ride -- she has learned how to persist when the horse doesn't immediately do what she wants it to do. She's learned to be patience and reward her horse for positive behavior. These are all life-long lessons that Jennifer cultivates in her students that will undoubtedly make them better humans.
We start on the lunge line. The stdent will learn basic steering, stopping, and riding position. They will progess to trot on the lunge, and walking off the lunge. We take a step by step approach that builds skill upon skill and confidence for the rider.