at Bell Mountain Ranch Equestrian Center
Our professional instructors are experienced working with riders of all ages and skill levels, including novice riders. Services include individual riding instruction with one of our English or Western instructors.
General Riding Lesson
$65 per lesson
We design each lesson towards the age, experience, and riding level of the student.
5 Pack of Lessons ($50 savings) - $275
10 Pack of Lessons ($150 savings) - $500
Lesson Multi-Packs are available in packs of 5 or 10, providing lessons at a discounted rate. These lessons may be used anytime and do not have to be used up within a given month. They can be utilized by different family members and can be scheduled multiple times per week or as far apart as needed. Lesson Multi-Packs do not renew automatically.
$225 per month
The Combination Package is a monthly subscription that provides the flexibility of scheduling any combination of lessons, training, or horse riding services (where a BMREC team member rides your horse for general wellbeing or training purposes). You may schedule one appointment of any type per week throughout each month and may make up missed weeks within the same month. Appointments do not have to be on the same day or time each month–you may schedule these any time using our online scheduler or by contacting our office. The Combination Package renews each month until canceled.
Proper Riding Attire
As with other sports, proper clothing and equipment are not only necessary to be safe but also to have fun! We require everyone to use proper riding attire at all times, regardless of age, ability, experience, or skill level.
- Riding Helmet: a good riding helmet is SEI and ASTM Certified. We have riding helmets for general use at no charge. Also, we offer helmets for all riders and ages here. For more information about SEI/ASTM, click here.
- Proper Boots: Appropriate riding boots have a heel, to provide secure footing in the stirrup and prevent slippage during a ride. Riding boots are preferred as they have no zipper (which can bother a horse), a smooth or light-tread sole to slip in and out of the stirrups, a heel, and a tall shaft to prevent pinching the horse.
- Long pants: Long pants prevent chaffing as you ride, as well as keep you warm in the winter and allow you to focus more on riding and less on discomfort.
- Gloves: Gloves provide more comfort and control, regardless of weather. In the winter, gloves will keep your hands warm in the allow you to focus more on riding and less on discomfor
DO NOT WEAR:
- Open-toed shoes
- Dangly jewelry