2020 Spring 6 Week Program Registration
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About the event
NOTE: CHANGED FORMAT FOR SPRING 2020 SEMESTER
Due to the Instructor schedules the Spring 2020 Session is scheduled to be a 6 week session.
Should you wish to have 10 lessons this Spring session instead of the once a week 6, we will be offering the option to buy a ‘10 week pass’. By doing this you will be purchasing an extra 4 lessons which MUST be scheduled within the 6 week session.
In addition to our regular evening and weekend lesson options, we are offering Tuesday night Drop In slots for the 10 week pass purchasers. Lessons which must be booked 72 hours in advance.
Lessons can also be booked directly through the desired instructor on alternately available days.
Spanning over the course of 6 weeks, students will progress through either Beginner Level 1 (BL1), Beginner Level 2 (BL2) or Novice (ranging in levels and difficulties) and follow Alborak Riding School curriculum. Appropriate for ages 6+.
Beginner Programs $330+GST (6 week pricing)
Follows the Alborak Riding School program curriculum and items on the L1 progression list or L2 evaluation sheet. Some lessons will have in hand leading or lunging components.
Level 1 (MAX 3 STUDENTS) is geared towards students that are new to our Riding School or who have only successfully completed one Beginner program session. We focus on barn/horse safety as well as the foundation of proper riding. More time is spent out of the saddle to help develop the rider's ability to work safely with the horse on the ground.
Level 2 is for students who have a base understanding of all the preparation involved for a lesson and is ready to work more on the riding skill's portion of the evaluation checklist. Riders must have successfully completed at least 2 Beginner L1 program sessions; progression is up to the instructor discretion.
Novice Programs $375.00+GST (6 week pricing)
This level is for riders that are comfortable with everything covered in the Beginner Program. It will follow the Alborak Riding School program curriculum and items on the novice evaluation check list. Students will have alternating dressage/flat and jumping lessons and will learn how to safely canter. The jumping components will not exceed over 2'3".
*Students wishing to enter the Novice program without progressing through our beginner programs must complete an assessment ride. Entry will be determined by one of our Certified Instructors.