lessons

By: Dreamcrest  09-12-2011
Keywords: Horse, Riding School

  • Dreamcrest Lesson Programs

The Dreamcrest lesson program is aimed at developing riders of all ages, ambitions and levels, on your horse or ours. Our coaches are friendly, knowledgeable, and professional.

Our lessons range from beginner to advanced FEI levels.

Our instructors can coach you on your own horse, or you can take a lesson on one of our school horses. All are competent and safe mounts.

Tack is provided for each horse. Lessons take place in our indoor arenas and/or large outdoor rings.

Whether you enjoy the precision of dressage, or the exhilaration of flying over fences, our instructors can meet your needs.

Our riding school is designed to educate students in bpth riding technique and stable management skills. Each level, from novice to advance


Group Semi-Private / ½ Hour Private Private
School Horse provided Yes Yes Yes
Four Lessons per month $170 $250 $300
Five Lessons per month $190 $300 $350
Familiy Rate (2 Family Members), 4 lessons per month. $300 - -
Familiy Rate (2 Family Members), 5 lessons per month. $340 - -
Single Lesson paid before lesson $60 $70 $80
Ship In Lessons Ship In
Per Lesson (Semi-Private or Group) $60
Private Lesson $75
XC Schooling with own coach. $50
Use of Arena only, no jumping. $30
PLEASE NOTE: Lessons with Kelly or Ian may be group or private, time will depend on work intensity and number of riders in lesson.
  • Lesson Policy Payments and missed lessons

All monthly rates apply ONLY if paid at months start. If not single lesson rates apply, please do not divide up the monthly rate.

Lesson payment is due at first lesson of month for monthly rate or if paying per lesson payment due at beginning of lesson before lesson is taken.

5% GST included in all rates. $35.00 charged to all NSF Cheques

Cancellations, lessons missed will only be made up if cancelled 24 hours prior to lesson time, only one lesson per month is available for make up if 24 hour notice is given and only in an already established lesson time.

Only one make up lesson per month, must be made up within same month, missed lessons are not retroactive or accumulative. Qualified riders can make up a missed lesson with a lease ride.

Riding Programs

Our

Novice

program is geared toward those students who have never ridden or have limited experience. It is an effective introduction to horse care and basic position.


Intermediate

students aim toward developing their riding skills and learning more about horse care and stable management.


The

Advanced

program caters to students who are interesting in building skills to lease or own their own horse. Students will learn what is involved in horse ownership, from economics to health care.


Acceptable wear

Helmets with fastened harness must be worn, and proper riding foot wear. Body vests are strongly recommended. No X-C schooling without body vest. All clothes must be form fitting. Long hair tied up not loose. Shirts must be tucked into pants. Absolutely no floppy shirts, jackets or tank tops. All shirts must have sleeves, short or long. No exceptions to acceptable dress.


The information in this article was current at 06 Dec 2011

Keywords: Horse, Riding School

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