At this time, we are experiencing a higher than average volume of inquiries about therapeutic and recreational riding. All interested personnel will be asked to fill out a Google Form, and be added to our waitlist. We are currently experiencing a waitlist period of 6 months, and ask that you take this into consideration before contacting our staff about therapeutic and recreational riding lessons.
Participants learn “from the ground up” how to care for, communicate with, and ride horses in a safe and encouraging environment.
About Riding Lessons
People can sign up for riding lessons year round at Ironstone Farm. We have one large indoor arena, one small indoor arena, a trail, and a large, lighted outdoor riding space. Recreational riding is offered to people of all abilities, ages 6 and older. For more information or to register for lessons please fill out the Google Form and a member from our team will get back to you.
30-Minute Private - $55
1-Hour Private - $75
1-Hour Group - $45
1-Hour Semi-private - $60
Our focus is to help individuals achieve their potential through the benefits of horseback riding and the experience of a working farm environment. Our programs are adapted for each rider. We incorporate therapeutic measures that strengthen muscles, improve balance, coordination and endurance, as well as lengthen attention span, and increase determination and ambition.
For our recreational riders we create well-rounded riders while developing horsemanship skills.
Therapeutic riding is beneficial for clients of all abilities. The movement of the horse strengthens the development of fine and gross motor skills and provides sensory input. With this premise in mind, the Challenge Unlimited team develops exercises and activities to benefit each individual, addressing challenges that are not easily addressed in a classroom or clinic, enhancing the movement of the client and stimulating a response.
Recreational riding at Ironstone Farm encourages riders to learn a variety of horsemanship skills, from brushing and tacking to riding in various disciplines such as Western and English!
You can reach us at email@example.com or 978-475-4056
Small horse shows are held where the fun is stressed and the stress is removed, helping riders build a solid foundation in a sport that can become a life-long pleasure. The horse shows are open to people who have been taking riding lessons at Ironstone.