Monthly Group Package
Liberty Farm offers weekly, one hour lessons of 4-6 riders. Beginners are started in small corrals until they demonstrate control of their horse. Intermediate and Advanced students ride in our spacious indoor and outdoor arenas working toward cantering a course of jumps.
Beginner public group lesson (flat)
- $55 per lesson or $160 per month*
Advanced public group lesson (jumping)
- $55 per lesson or $180 per month*
* The per month price is for one weekly lesson slot. A rider can make up a lesson if one of the four are missed provided that LF had 24 hours notice. All make-ups must happen before the end of the following month. If the slot occurs five times within a month the fifth lesson is free but cannot be made up if missed.
Competitive Edge Lessons
CE for boarders - $145/month
CE for all others - $195/month
These group lessons are designed for students who want to hone their riding skills in order to compete. Riders choosing to participate in these lessons should be ready to be pushed in order to excel at this sport. Lessons are priced in monthly packages similar to the regular public lessons.
Lead line lessons
These 20-30 minute private lessons focus on introducing riders between ages 3 and 6 to horses for the first time. With a focus on building a strong foundation while having fun, these are a great way to introduce your youngster to the sport.
Parties & Group Outings
- $30/person, $75/hour for party room rental
Liberty Farm offers introductory sessions for birthday parties, school groups, scout troops, etc. These are designed as a first exposure to horses, with a focus on both education and fun.
Parks & Recreation Programs
Liberty Farm partners with local Parks & Rec programs as well as school districts to offer programs such as lessons, day camps, and week long summer camps. Please contact us to discuss these options and associated costs.
Fitted Head protection is required for all riders. Liberty Farm has some helmets available for riders use.
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Long pants and closed toe shoes (not sandals)
are required to ride