You Have Reach Our Frequently Asked Questions Page. Please Take A Moment To Review
Q: What should my child wear for their first lesson?
A: We recommend leggings or jeans for pants and a covered heeled shoe such as a boot
Q: Do you provide helmets or should I purchase one?
A: We provide helmets for the first few lessons. If your child shows interest then you should plan on purchasing one of their own
Q: Where should I purchase riding apparel for my child?
A: Riding breeches, boots, helmet and half chaps can be purchased at several area tack stores. Saddlery Liquidators, Middleburg Tack Exchange, The Tack Box and Clifton Saddlery. Tell them Thousand Hills Riding Stable sent you and you may get a suprise.
Q: What will my child learn in the first lesson?
A: We teach children all aspects of horsemanship. In the first lesson they will learn to safely work around horse, how to groom a horse, how to saddle a horse, how to mount/dismount and how to walk on and whoa while riding a horse.
Q: Who will be teaching my child her first lesson?
A: As of now Yvonne is our primary instructor and teaches all of our lessons, Occassionally she will have one of the advanced teenage riders help with the lesson. We hope as the lesson program grows to add another instructor
Q: When is your first available lesson?
A: Please call us at 540-364-1124 for availability. We do not do same day appointments. We book lessons 1-2 weeks in advance
Q: What do we do in case of bad weather?
A: In case of incement weather please check our facebook page. Our instructor will call you at least two hours prior to your lesson to discuss options.
Q: What is your cancellation policy?
A: We require at least a 2hr cancellation notice. If no notice is given a $30 no show fee is charged to your account.
Q: Do you still ride in the Winter?
A: Yes, the cold does not bother the horses or us.
Q: Do you offer trail rides?
A; No we are strictly a lesson stable
To sign up for our monthly news letter and other events, please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.