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Harmony Ridge Equestrian Center Lesson Program and Camps

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Harmony Ridge offers a lesson program and camps for a wide variety of ages and levels. Classes are taught 7 days per week at our beautiful and conveniently located facility. We are committed to offering each student a fun and safe riding experience with the optimal opportunity for success and growth with their personal riding goals. Small class sizes Lessons are typically private or semi private to ensure that all students receive proper attention and training. Students will remain in a private lesson at no extra charge until their skill allows them to join a group. Safe and well-trained lesson horses Each of our lesson horses are show-quality, superbly trained and capable of their teaching job. We have a history for each horse we allow to teach to ensure that they are safe mounts that are suitable for the level of rider they are teaching. In most cases, they are horses and ponies that have been in our program for sometime and have transitioned over to providing lessons. Our Horses’ Health and Tack At Harmony Ridge, we believe that the foundation for optimal riding skill and safety rests in our Horse’s health and proper riding equipment. Accordingly, we offer a limited number of “spots” on each horse to ensure they are not overworked and they remain happy, healthy and sound to do their jobs each week. We also provide top-of-the-line equipment (particularly saddles) to allow each student the opportunity to form a solid position and develop sound riding fundamentals. A-Circuit Instruction Our instruction incorporates the most current and effective techniques with a healthy dose of fun! All instructors are professionals, providing each student with an A-circuit quality experience that is in accordance with all USEF, USHJA and USDF standards. Our goal is to instill a sense of work ethic, confidence and skill in each rider we have the privilege of instructing. Please visit our website for more information.

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