Rose Equestrian LLC

Rose Equestrian LLC

5.0 (9)
8 years in business

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I have over 15 years of experience teaching riding lessons and training horses.  I have been through instructor certifications and am licensed and insured.  I also have a business management degree which has really come in handy!  

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Chesterfield, VA 23832
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9 Reviews


  • Sharon Sutler

    My daughter has been taking lessons with Breanna for several years. She learns something new or fine tunes skills in every lesson. Breanna takes time to explain the exercise she is giving her students in a way they can understand as well as the reason behind the exercise. If you are on one of her school horses, she explains what you can expect from that horse and how you can handle it. Breanna offers many different activities in addition to lessons. There are many different types of camps and events and even lessons may consist of games, a trail ride, dressage or cross country, depending on your interest and skill level. In group lessons she takes time with each rider individually. Her rates are very competitive. Breanna continues to take lessons herself which helps her grow her knowledge and pass on learned skills and new ideas.

  • Kassandra Jones

    Wonderful, wonderful trainer. She knows methods that work to better improve the rider AND horse. Very kind and understanding. I've never enjoyed a riding trainer so much. I've now been riding with Breanna for 2+ years. I absolutely recommend her for riders of any age and experience level.

  • Alysha Hogsett

    We love her! My daughter finds so much joy riding and especially with Breanna. She is always so sweet to my daughter and always always always calms any nerves. She has truly boosted her confidence and given her the tools even so young to be a great rider!

  • Tony Knapke

    Have my horse boarded here and take lessons as well. An all around great business and a great instructor/ trainer behind it all.

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

I will send a new student my Student Handbook to look over information about rates/hours/dress code/cancellation policies etc. and answer any questions they may have.  Students often will want to set up a time to come and take a tour of the farm and watch a lesson or two.  They will then set up their first lesson and from there we will discuss our future goals and plans.  

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

I have over 15 years of experience teaching riding lessons and training horses.  I have been through instructor certifications and am licensed and insured.  I also have a business management degree which has really come in handy!  

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

Lessons are $35 for a half hour private or a one hour group and $45 for a 50 minute private.  Other options are available. 

How did you get started teaching?

Horses have been a passion of mine from a very young age.  After begging my parents for lessons for years, they finally realized it wasn't a "short phase" I was going through and agreed to let me take some riding lessons.  After several years of lessons and a lot of hard work I started leasing my first pony (one I had to train myself).  After a few more years and a lot more hard work I purchased my first horse (a 2 year old that I also had to train) and began teaching lessons and training to afford all the costs.  It grew from there!  

What types of students have you worked with?

All ages, levels, shapes and sizes!  I have a ton of experience with the little ones and beginners as that is what I focused on my first few years of teaching.  And while I still love little ones and beginners I really enjoy teaching more experienced riders now as well and teaching them not only how to ride but how to be trainers and instructors themselves.  I also have experience with special needs students.  While I have experience in hunters, dressage, jumpers, and even some western, my main focus is that of eventing - it's definitely where my heart is at and I just love the challenge and commitment the sport requires.  

What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

To find someone that you really click with.  Someone that teaches in a way that makes sense to you.  Someone that won't push you so hard that you lose site of the fun but someone that challenges you to always give it 100% and to push you out of your comfort zone.   

What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

While riding instructors are typically pretty intuitive people, we are not mind readers!  Always communicate your goals, dreams, fears, what you like and don't like - but NEVER complain or whine while doing so - riders have to be tough skinned :)  

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