TrueNorth Equestrian Center has a select group of ponies and horses that have taken our students from the basics to championships in competition. Our intimate setting allows students more individual attention and our hands-on operation offers demonstrations and clinics from many role models.
Classes meet afternoons and evenings during the week and morning and afternoon on the weekend. We also offer a variety of horse shows, clinics, field trips, summer day camp and other equestrian activities. To view some of our fun lessons both indoors and out on our XC courses visit our YOUTUBE channel.
We offer group and private instruction in English (hunt seat) equitation, dressage, and cross-country for children and adults.
*PRE-PAID PRICING TERMS: ONLY apply if rider takes lesson every week of the month. NO DISCOUNT if unable to attend weekly. Must pre-pay by 7th of each month.
Cancellation Policy: You must give 24 hours cancellation notice or you will be charged for the lesson.
Group Lessons (1 Hour):
$40 per lesson. | $35 prepaid*
Semi-Private Lessons (1-Hour):
$45 per lesson | $40 prepaid*
Private Lessons (1/2 Hour):
$50 per lesson | $45 prepaid*
Full Lease: Board, Farrier, Chiropractic, Vet Expenses plus $2000-$4000 (annual contract only)
HACKING: $35 per ride, 1-hour (must schedule in advance)
Proper Riding Attire: Safety is our top priority, and to make sure our students are safe at all times, we ask everyone to wear a boot with a heel and jeans or riding pants. (No open-toe shoes are allowed in the stable at any time.)
HELMETS: Helmets are to be worn AT ALL TIMES when riding. Helmets are provided to students who don’t have one of their own.
Lesson Payment Information: If you would like to buy a lesson package (as listed above with the $20 discount for one month) the fee must be paid at the first lesson of the month. If you choose not to buy a lesson package then the student pays at each individual lesson.
Other Lesson Information: Because we have hourly lessons, we want to ensure that every student is allowed on-time lessons with maximum time on their mount. Students should arrive 20-30 minutes before a lesson to properly groom and tack-up their horse. If a student arrives at the scheduled lesson start time, grooming and tacking up will interfere with the actual mounted lesson time. Also, allow for 20-30 minutes after your lesson to properly cool down, un-tack, and groom your horse.