Long pants and a hard shoe with a heel. We really don’t like tennis shoes, and thick soles are a definite no-no. Boots are best. We will supply the helmet for the first month or so, but if you are going to continue, it is a good idea that you invest in your own helmet. Bicycle helmets are not permitted.
Your first lessons are paid either individually, or for a set of 4. This allows you to “try us out.” After that four, the remainder of the month will be pro—rated. Training is due before the first, in advance.
You can pay by credit card online or over the phone. If you are paying at the barn we prefer cash or check.
Bridges Equestrian uses a combination of Trainers, Instructors and Assistant Instructors to ensure each and every student gets the attention they deserve.
Probably not, we have a great team of equine-instructors and we would like you to learn what each of them has to offer. Click here to see our training philosophy.
We try to offer lessons at times when everyone can participate. Please see our lesson schedule and call for availability.
Riding is a wonderful sport in that you will constantly be challenged. A basic command of a horse can be obtained in a few months, however some people spend their whole lives studying this sport and improving..
We hope you do! If you fall in love with the sport, we’ve done our job well. We will help you find that perfect team-mate. Most of our students who own their own horses were matched up by our Bridges Equestrian Equine Match-Makers.