Twin Oaks Farm offers riding instruction in both Western and Huntseat disciplines all based on a firm foundation of Dressage principles and Natural Horsemanship. We have students from the young/older beginners to those advanced riders interested in showing. We try hard to tailor lessons to each students goals and expectations.
ASK ABOUT OUR SHARE BOARD OPTION!
PAY BY THE MONTH AND SAVE!
Those paying a monthly fee at the beginning of the month will receive a discount and receive priority scheduling. Riders will have the opportunity to makeup any missed lessons by rescheduling within 60 days.
Private: 1 hr./$280/mo. 45 min./220/mo 30 min./$170/mo.
Group 1 hr./$175/mo.
ALL FEES SUBJEST TO 6% SALES TAX
ANYONE NOT GIVING NOTICE BY 10:00 AM (6:00 PM Friday for Sat. lessons) THE DAY OF THEIR SCHEDULED LESSON WILL BE REQUIRED TO MAKE a $25 LATE NOTICE PAYMENT BEFORE THEIR NEXT RIDE.
If you just don't show up I assume you quit and I feel free to give your spot to another student. There are always exceptions for emergencies-call as soon as you can!
I expect notification on changing all lesson times by calling or texting
(502) 432-2623. Sometimes technology fails. IF I DON'T RESPOND ASSUME I DIDN'T GET IT...PLEASE TRY AGAIN !
Private: $70/hr. $55/45 min. $45/30 min.
Group $50/ea 2-4 riders
Occasionally there could be an extra rider in a group if someone needs to make up a lesson.
Group riders need to have the ability to get their horses ready with little assistance. Parent/sibling/friend’s help is always appreciated and encouraged for our younger students.
Please arrive 15 min. prior to lesson to get horse ready.
Be sure to check with instructor BEFORE getting a horse out.
If there are any times that I myself have to cancel a lesson and riders are not able to make it up there will also be a credit given.
Parents, family and or friends are always welcome to watch during lessons. They are also encouraged if they would like, to help younger students get their horse ready especially in group lessons. However during actual riding time I would ask them to observe only and not offer advice to their young person. Yes I know your child may be making some mistakes and that you only want to help them improve but it is difficult for children to pay attention to too many things at once. During lessons we try to focus on 2-3 things that I feel are the most important at the moment so that they learn to do those things well. If ever you have any concerns please feel free to discuss them with me before or after a lesson and of course you can always call or email.
I also have a few horses available for share board opportunities for those interested in more riding time. Be sure to let me know if you are interested.
Any concerns or questions please let me know!
Horse Stable and Riding Instruction in Jeffersontown, Kentucky