Comprehensive Riding Lessons
Expert Training in Diverse Styles
Explore various riding disciplines at Windmill Stables, from English and Western to Hunter/Jumper. Our focus on holistic rider development includes technique, horse care, and health, with opportunities in NTHJA & DHJSA shows.
Guidelines for Riding Lessons
Our riding lessons at Windmill Stables are structured for safety and efficiency. We cover everything from age requirements to cancellation policies, ensuring a smooth and enjoyable experience for every rider.
- Age Guidelines
- Open to individuals 7 years and older, capable of riding a bicycle unassisted. Group lessons are reserved for intermediate to advanced riders.
- Safety Equipment
- All riders must wear approved headgear, breeches/jodhpurs or chaps, and paddock boots to ensure safety during lessons.
- Cancellation Terms
- We require a 48-hour notice for cancellations. Timely cancellations incur no charge, limited to one per month for flexibility.
- Trainer Allocation
- While we strive for trainer consistency, substitutions may occur, and the same trainer for each session cannot be guaranteed.
Lesson Price Guide
Riding Lessons Pricing
Find out about our transparent and flexible pricing for riding lessons. With a variety of plans, our clear pricing structure allows you to choose options that best fit your goals and budget.
An initial assessment session to evaluate riding skills and determine appropriate lesson plans.
Private Lesson - Full Hour (1-2 Riders)
One-on-one coaching in a full-hour session, focused on individual rider goals and techniques.
Private Lesson - Half Hour (1-2 Riders)
A concentrated half-hour private lesson, perfect for quick learning and skill refinement.
Group Lesson - Full Hour (3-4 Riders)
One full-hour group lesson, offering a collaborative learning experience in a supportive environment.
Safety and Responsibility
Farm Animal Activity Liability Disclaimer
Under Texas law (Chapter 87, Civic Practice and Remedies Code), a farm animal professional is not liable for an injury to or the death of a participant in farm animal activities resulting from the inherent risks of farm animal activities.