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Lessons
Online Lesson Scheduling for Bozeman, Montana:
Bozeman, Montana Group Class Descriptions:
Additional Classes can be scheduled by request!

For information on lessons at Cedar Ridge Equine in Grass Valley, CA contact :

Jose Mendoza (530)368-4771

‘Mom and Me’/ ‘Parent and Me’ Classes! (These can be scheduled as a semi-private lesson)
This class is designated for 'Mom's/Parents and Children' that are interested in riding together. This is a basic horsemanship class that will cover horse safety, grooming, tacking up and riding. Students will learn warm up stretches, basic rail work and horsemanship patterns.

Youth Beginner Horsemanship Class
In the beginner horsemanship class we will cover basic aspects of horsemanship riding: 1st half hour is safety, grooming, tacking up the horse, followed by riding which includes a warm-up, stretches, rail work and then we will work on a horsemanship patterns. This class is designed for students with no prior to little riding experience. Students will learn how to walk and trot. Students are welcome to ride English or Western. Each student will have a helper available to them until they feel confident to ride independently. 

General Horsemanship Class
This class is designated for riders (youth or adult) who are fairly confident in their riding skills, able to walk, trot and starting to canter on a horse. We will do a warm up, rail work and horsemanship patterns. We will work on fine tuning the technique and approach to pattern work, a strong emphasis will be put on developing the rider’s equitation/seat. Riders may ride English or Western.  

Advanced Horsemanship Class
We will cover basic aspects of riding: warm up, stretches, rail work and then we will work on a horsemanship patterns.This class is designed for students who are comfortable at a walk and trot, canter and wanting to fine tune their skills. This class is designed for students that have their own horse, leased horse or access to horse approved by instructor. Students are welcome to ride English or Western.

Adult Horsemanship Class
 In the adult horsemanship class we will cover basic aspects of riding: warmup, stretches, rail work and then we will work on a horsemanship patterns. This class is designed for students with no to little riding experience or perhaps have not ridden a horse in many years. Students will learn how to walk, trot and eventually canter. Students are welcome to ride English or Western.

Barrel Racing Class
This class is designed for students that would like to work on barrel racing. This class is open to all ages of riders as long as they are comfortable and able to ride independently at the walk, trot and lope/canter. In each class students will warm up their horses and learn about the importance of warm exercises for themselves and their horses. The last portion of class will be spent working on the barrel pattern. Students are welcome to bring their own horse to class! Allow for time to un-tack your horse after the lesson.  


Rodeo Class
Each week this class will focus on a different rodeo event (Barrels, Poles, Roping, Goat Tying) We will work on warm up exercises, style and technique for each event. We will work with you at your level from introductory to more experienced. Students should be fairly independent in their riding, able to walk, trot comfortably. Bring your horse or use one of ours. Ropes/other equipment will be provided but if you have your own feel free to bring it. 

Horse Sense Class Series
Open to all ages, who are serious horse enthusiasts. This class is all on the ground, no riding. 
This is a 4 series class developed to teach all aspects of horse husbandry. Class will cover feeding/nutrition, first aid/TPR's, traveling/trailering with your horse, horse management practices, horse conformation/anatomy/breed types. This is an ideal class for anyone considering purchasing a horse or new to owning a horse.  Each student will receive a journal. This class can be scheduled on request. A minimum of 5 participants required. $65 per class
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