LESSONS

RIDING AND HORSEMANSHIP LESSON

OPPORTUNITIES ARE AVAILABLE FOR RIDERS AGE 4 AND UP OF ALL ABILITIES

  • ALONG WITH THE RIDING LESSON, RIDERS LEARN MANY ASPECTS OF HORSEMANSHIP INCLUDING LEADING, GROOMING, TACKING, HERD DYNAMICS AND CARING FOR THEIR HORSE.

  • ALL LESSONS ARE SUPERVISED BY PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION OF THERAPEUTIC HORSEMANSHIP CERTIFIED INSTRUCTORS.​

  • AT HHK WE DO OUR BEST TO MATCH RIDERS WITH SIMILAR AGES AND ABILITIES FOR THE BEST LESSON EXPERIENCE.

  • IF YOU, OR A GROUP OF FRIENDS LOVE HORSES, THEN LESSONS AT HHK ARE YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO EXPLORE THIS WONDERFUL SPORT.

SEMI-PRIVATE LESSONS:​ 

WEDNESDAY/THURSDAY: 11AM-3:30PM

FRIDAY: 1pm - 3:30PM

SATURDAY/SUNDAY: 9AM - 1:30PM

Call Ginger at 808-634-3896 to schedule a lesson

Rider Registration Packet required at time of 1st lesson, and renewed every Jan.

PLEASE CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE FULL HHK RIDER APPLICATION

TO BRING TO YOUR FIRST RIDING LESSON.

​For therapeutic riders with medical precautions, please have your physician

complete the Rider Physician Release

PRICING:

  • One Hour Lesson: $60

  • 8 wk package of 1 hr lessons: $400 ($50/lesson) 

  • 4 wk package of 1 hr lessons: $220 ($55/lesson)

  • *Office/Insurance riders have a $5 co-pay.

*Tips are appreciated

**Payment due at time of lesson.

 

Payments can also be made via VENMO, CHECK, or CASH. 

To pay via PAYPAL - Schedule at 808-634-3896 FIRST,  then CLICK HERE

NO SHOW/CANCELLATION POLICY:

  • There will be a $20 same day cancellation/no show fee assessed for lessons for all types.

What can the rider expect?

The rider must wear long pants, usually jeans or legging, and covered shoes. Boots are best, but athletic shoes are acceptable.

The rider must be quiet and calm around the horses and treat them with respect.

The rider should wear sunscreen and have a cold drink for after the session.

An ASTM-SEI certified helmet and helmet liner will be provided.

Is this program certified?

HHK  is a PATH Intl Member Center. For more information about PATH Intl., please go to their website, www.pathintl.org.

Grown Up Lessons

We learned many years ago that kids are not the only ones who can benefit from Therapeutic Riding.

Many adults also have a deep love of horses, and a need for a fun, safe outdoor activity that also develops confidence and

physical ability. We happily offer lessons to Moms, Dads and any other grown up who wants to participate.

Costs for grown up lessons are the same as any of our regular riding sessions.

What is a Typical Riding Session Like?

Riders will usually begin by grooming and saddling their horses with instruction or assistance as they are able.

Riders will then proceed to the arena and mount. They are instructed on how to ride their horse safely and under the

supervision of an instructor.  Usually in a half hour lesson there is about 20 minutes of ride time and about 40 – 45 minutes

in a hour lesson. Riders are taught riding skills depending on their ability. Our primary goal is a safe and happy riding lesson.

What Type of Riding Do We Teach?

HHK teaches basic riding skills using a variety of horses and equipment. Our instructors come from varying backgrounds,

and each has a lot to offer our riders. We have both English and western saddles, but teach basic English seat and rein.

Some riders have become advanced enough to help school our horses or become instructors. When riders become too

advanced for our program, we will refer them to another barn/instructor with great pride.

Riders/Contraindications

Riders need not have a diagnosis in order to ride in our program. Therapeutic Riding can benefit just about anybody!

We strive to provide services to as wide a range of clients as possible, however there are certain individuals for whom

therapeutic riding may not be an appropriate activity. Please see the rider signup package above for a list of medical

conditions for which a physician's consent is required prior to providing services.

Contact use at 808-634-3896 with any questions regarding suitability.

Rider Scholarships
While we try to keep our riding sessions as low cost as possible, there are still families that cannot afford to pay for riding sessions. Providing a scholarship for riders allows them to experience the benefits of therapeutic riding. Scholarships can be purchased at the barn or on the website.
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