Lesson Program

 Weekly Riding Lessons

Whether you’re just starting out or have been riding for years, we offer riding lessons for riders aged 6 and up and from beginner to advanced levels in the dressage, hunter and jumper disciplines. We believe that riding lessons should be about much more than just riding horses, which is why our programs include non-riding elements where students learn about grooming, tacking, horse care and health.

Our lesson program is geared to the safety and progressive development of the rider. We use the National Rider Level System which establishes safe, correct, consistent skills at all levels.

Lessons run on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings and Saturday all day with a maximum of 5 riders per class, giving plenty of attention throughout the course of the lesson.

Our coaches are dedicated to helping our riders develop, excel and reach their desired goals whether it is in the Hunter, Jumper, or Equitation divisions, or purely recreational. In addition to our lesson programs, we offer a variety of events and opportunities for our clients including online learning courses for the Canadian Rider Level program.  Students are encouraged to explore our part-board program or progress through to the Kuruka Show Team.

*PLEASE NOTE*

Lessons are temporarily closed due to the Ontario Emergency Orders.

We are currently taking a waiting list. If you would like to be added to the wait list, please email

kuruka.equestrian@gmail.com

Please be patient for a reply. We try to reply quickly but farm and family life is very busy.

Forms & Waivers

Seasonal Lesson Rates

Pay-As-You-Go Lesson Rates

If you choose not to do prepaid sessions, lessons are charged on a “per lesson” basis.

Click here for Makeup Lesson Policy

Private lessons are offered at non-peak times.
All brand new riders must start with at least one month of private lessons before joining a semi-private/group.

*Prices do not include HST

 Gift Certificates also available

NATIONAL RIDER TESTING

The National Rider Level Program ensures riders meet consistent national standards. This system provides a clear format to follow and evaluate rider’s progression. Riders are evaluated on their riding skills and stable management knowledge through riding, oral and written tests. Rider tests are held up to twice per year. Once Riders have completed up to level 5, they will be allowed to start the process to becoming a certified Coach!

For more information on the national rider level system please visit the OEF website.

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