Horseback riding lessons
Four Star Farm™ offers quality horseback riding lessons and summer camps for all ages and levels.
We provide riding, dressage and eventing lessons from the beginning through the advanced levels. We have clients whose goal is to improve their skills through riding lessons, with no plans to compete, as well as riders whose goal is to ride in the Olympics. We have quality horses for lease, so you can practice outside of your riding lessons and dip your toe in before you jump in! Four Star Farm’s riding lessons help students achieve a happy partnership and ultimately success in competition. We are proud to offer a showing and competition curriculum and a positive atmosphere that promotes friendship and enjoyment for both riders and horses. We also help our clients successfully buy and sell horses. For more information or to get started taking riding lessons, text (preferred) or call (707) 312-1119 or e-mail.
Private riding lessons are 45 minutes long. Group lessons of 2-3 riders are one hour.
Note: If you’re a beginning rider, your lesson time includes learning to groom and tack up (put on the saddle and bridle). These are horsemanship skills that are part of learning to care for horses. Once your instructor has determined you or your youngster has mastered these skills, you are welcome to arrive early to get your horse ready and extend time in the saddle.
Please download our new rider welcome packet for a rider interest form, to help us get to know you, Four Star Farm and Valley Dressage policies, Four Star Farm payment policies, liability waiver and information about riding with Cece and Natalie. Thank you!
Monthly Riding Lesson Tuition
- Single riding lesson – $90
- Riding Lessons, twice per month – $170
- Riding Lessons, one-month, 4-lesson package – $325
- Riding Lessons, one-month, twice per week package – $555
To receive the multi-lesson discount, you’ll be enrolled in Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) through your checking account. Please read our lesson and payment policies before enrolling in the lesson program and let us know if you have any questions. Thank you!