LESSONS & TRAINING

As part of our commitment to the equestrian community, Tudor Equestrian also offers a renowned lesson and training program.

Head instructor and trainer, Jessica Hall holds her Master Instructors English Flat, Jump & Western along with Level 4 CHA Dressage, Jumping and Western.

Here, you are in good hands. No matter the discipline, we believe in starting where you are, and growing your relationship, trust and appreciation with your equine partner.

Lessons are offered in private, semi-private and small-group format. Lessons start at 30 minutes for a private lesson and extend in length with the number of riders.

 
LESSON PRICING & FORMAT

Riders with 3+ contact points per week (lessons/training rides), receive a 15% discount on the month of lessons.

Lesson Format
Cost
School Horse
Cost
Own / Lease Horse
Private Lesson
$75
$45
Semi-Private Lesson
$70
$40
Small-Group Lesson
$65
$35

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
REGISTER YOUR INTEREST

Our riding program is currently full. Lessons run on a monthly cycle. If you would like to register your interest and join our waiting list, please complete this form. Please note, we accept riders from the age of six and up.

 
WHAT TO BRING

Riders must provide their own gear. We suggest you bring a water bottle. 

Mandatory:
  • Face mask - all unmounted riders/handlers must wear masks.

  • Riding helmet - these can be purchased online or at a local equestrian store and must be no more than 5 years old. Tudor does not currently carry riding helmets.

  • Boots - While you do not need riding boots specifically, it is important that your footwear has at least a heel, a closed and protected toe as well as a sole with some grip. Running shoes are not sufficient. However, rubber and cowboy boots are acceptable.

Suggested:

As you progress we suggest you get yourself:

  • Riding boots: English riders may opt for tall boots, or paddock boots with half chaps to prevent rubbing and chaffing. Western riders usually opt for a version of cowboy boots.

  • Breeches/Jeans: English riders ride in breeches. These can be knee-patch, euro or full-seat and we suggest you go for what you find most comfortable. Western riders, we suggest jeans with stretch and no detail that may scratch the saddle.