horseback riding lesson faq element2020-10-05T15:47:12-04:00
What riding disciplines do you offer?2020-10-17T15:23:46-04:00

We primarily ride Western, but also offer English and a myriad of additional disciplines.

If you’re looking for something in particular outside of Western and English; please contact us so we can discuss.

Where are you located?2020-10-17T15:16:44-04:00

We are located at:

1956 Balmer Rd.
Ransomville NY 14131

We are in the beautiful town of Porter, just 20 minutes from Niagara Falls and about 40 minutes from Buffalo.

Do you offer horseback riding lessons in the winter?2020-10-06T14:39:23-04:00

We offer horseback riding lessons all year long! We have a 7,200 square ft. indoor riding arena that makes riding possible, even when the weather isn’t cooperating, which in WNY can be often 😉

Is there a weight limit for horseback riding?2020-10-05T14:46:56-04:00

The weight limit of riders depends mostly on if we have a horse large enough to use when the lesson is scheduled, but also depends on the physical ability of the individual. Typically anyone under 250lbs isn’t an issue, but please let us know if you have a concern or if the rider is approaching 250lbs in weight so we can make special accommodations if needed.

Are you open during Covid?2020-10-06T14:37:04-04:00

Our facility is open during this pandemic and we are taking special care to ensure the safety of our customers and staff. Contact us if you have specific concerns or questions, but most of our precautions and safety procedures are listed on our website.

Do you offer riding lessons for adults as well as kids?2020-10-05T14:29:28-04:00

We offer horseback riding lessons for adults and children. We try to schedule based on age and skill level but can make special accommodations if you wanted to ride with your children for example.

How old does a child need to be to start horseback riding lessons?2020-10-05T15:54:06-04:00

We rely heavily on the parents for guidance on when a child is ready to start horseback riding lessons. Though we can’t always say for sure until one of our riding instructor meets them and conducts their first lesson, it’s generally accepted that children around the age of 4 have the most success.


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