Riding Lessons at Peachwood Stables

 

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Haille Margarite offers riding lessons for a variety of disciplines.

  • Horsemanship
  • Western Pleasure
  • English
  • Reining
  • Speed Events

Students ages 10 and up are welcome to sign up. Contact Haille today by clicking here or calling 209-604-0523 to be added to the schedule.

 

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Riding Lessons at Peachwood Stables

 

1

Haille Margarite offers riding lessons for a variety of disciplines.

  • Horsemanship
  • Western Pleasure
  • English
  • Reining
  • Speed Events

Students ages 10 and up are welcome to sign up. Contact Haille today by clicking here or calling 209-604-0523 to be added to the schedule.

 

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Two Benefits of Learning to Ride a Horse

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1. Positive Character Traits
Horseback riding teaches responsibility to those who ride and even more so to those who take care of horses. Horse caretakers must know how to care for the horse during times of health and illness. Learning all about horse health, along with tack and farm care, involves a lot of time and responsibility in order to put that knowledge into practice every single day for the benefit of the horse. In addition, horseback riding teaches patience, discipline, understanding, empathy, compassion, self-control, and dedication. Without these traits, the rider will not go far in their horsemanship studies.

2. It’s a great way to exercise!
Horseback riding is physically demanding and can help you stay in shape. In fact, it is now considered moderate-intensity exercise after the 2011 publication of a study commissioned by the British Horse Society (BHS) to look at the physical health, psychological, and well-being benefits of recreational riding. The study was done through the University of Brighton with help from Plumpton College.

To be considered moderate-intensity, researchers determined that riding must be done for at least half an hour or more, three times per week. This level of activity meets England’s recommendations for minimal level of activity and beyond. In addition, activities associated with riding burns energy at a moderate intensity. Horseback riding can burn hundreds of calories, as does grooming and saddling. Please note: Actual calories burned depends on body weight, workout intensity, conditioning level, and metabolism.

Riders can develop better reflexes and a sense of balance and coordination as they use their entire body to guide and propel the horse forward. Riding also offers cardio benefits. Riding, lifting saddles onto the back of a horse, mucking stalls, moving hay bales, etc., builds muscles and physical strength.

If these reasons sound good to you then sign up for lessons with Haille. She is the riding instructor at Peachwood Horse Boarding. You can contact Haille by calling her at 209-604-0523.

Spring is in the Valley! Time to Schedule Riding Lessons

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Haille Margarite is offering riding lessons at Peachwood Horse Boarding in Ceres, Ca. Students as young as 10 years of age can begin learning horsemanship.

Haille offers lessons in Western Pleasure, English, Reining and Speed Events.

Contact Haille today  to learn more and to be added to her lesson schedule.