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Specialists in training, teaching, trail riding & horsemanship

Pricelist

We offer great value, with one-to-one tuition costing only $55 for the first hour, and each subsequent hour only $40... Riders can combine lesson time with trail riding. Prices for riding lessons and trail rides are the same scale.

Lessons & Trailrides

Cost per person for individual (one-to-one) lessons/trail rides:

  • One hour: $65
  • Two hours: $105
  • Three hours: $145
  • Four hours: $185
  • Full day (six hours): $210

Cost per person for shared lessons/trail rides:

  • One hour: $55
  • Two hours: $95
  • Three hours: $135
  • Four hours: $175
  • Full day (six hours): $200

Special Offer for Payments

People making the decision to secure their booking can email us and give us the following information: their height , weight and something about their riding experience, as well as the date and the time that they would like. We will then send them bank details for an electronic cash transfer and send us a 50% deposit.

For doing this they will receive a $5 per hour discount!

Training & Breaking In

We charge $210 per week for a horse to be with us for breaking in or training, exclusive of feed.

This cost is inclusive of the following:

  • Daily training session (duration suited to each horse)
  • Teaching of good stable manners throughout the day, including standing back when feeding and yards are being cleaned, halter training, calmly accepting rugs, grooming and shoeing, leading through yards and gates
  • Own yard with shade, shelter, water and salt lick, cleaned twice daily all year round
  • Day-to-day monitoring of wellbeing, with appropriate medical attention given or sought as necessary

This cost is NOT inclusive of feed. We can provide feed and make an additional charge for this, or feed can be provided by the owners. Our charge for feed is based on what the individual horse eats.

We usually feed the following, and use our expertise to carefully alter proportions to suit each horse to maintain optimum health and condition:

We usually feed the following, and use our expertise to carefully alter proportions to suit each horse to maintain optimum health and condition:

  • Morning feed of lucerne and oaten chaff, copra, pellets, cooked grain, linseed and oats as appropriate for each horse
  • Evening feed if necessary
  • Lucerne and pasture hay provided through the day as needed ' we feed pasture hay to yarded horses to provide roughage and balance the high feed value of the lucerne hay.

Payment to be made in weekly instalments.