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To Schedule please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Call an instructor
or Jubilee Zoo 318-929-7387 Wednesday - Friday, noon to 5pm.
Horseback Riding Lesson Instructors:
Autumn Keith call/text 318-617-6932
Lacey Fontenot call/text 907-947-2564
Specializing in lessons for young beginners using our well-trained Welsh ponies or lesson horses. We are also happy to work with students with their own horse/pony pending approval. English and Western riding instruction available in either a Private or Group Lesson program. Ask about Boarding/Training/Lesson packages!
Note - Lessons are not always available to suit every schedule. If you have scheduling concerns, please call BEFORE you purchase this non-refundable lesson package.
Please download, print, fill-out, and return this form at or before your first lesson. Click here for form. We must have a completed copy of this form on file for each student.
One-time Fee: $40 for all students in one household. Payable when scheduling first lesson
Please download, print, fill-out, and return this form at or before your first lesson.
5 Private Lessons Package: $200 5 - one hour private riding lesson at Jubilee Riding Academy - your horse/pony or ours. Please discuss with us the requirements for bring your own horse to Jubilee Riding Academy. Special offer for new students! Registration fee waived.
Group lessons: $30 1 forty-five minute lesson with a group of up to 4 riders at a time. Cost is per rider. This package may only be purchased AFTER the student has successfully completed at least 5 private lessons and our instructor feels the student is safely able to ride in a group setting.
Private lessons: $40 One hour of private riding instruction at Jubilee Riding Academy - your horse/pony or ours. To set up your lesson schedule please call Jubilee Zoo.
Mini Lessons for mini persons with mini attention spans: $25 Children aged 3 to 6 are eligible for this 30 minute riding lesson program at Jubilee Riding Academy on our gentle riding ponies. Lessons may be private or may consist of one or two additional "minis". Parents/guardians must stay for the entire lesson and should be prepared to walk with your mini if your mini is riding in a group. No registration fee required. However we MUST have a Registration form and Release of Liability on file before any mini may ride.
Rules and Recommendations
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BEFORE your first lesson.
All students must have a Medical Release and a Release of Liability form on file with the Jubilee office before any horse related activities may commence. Students, Parents, and others accompanying students may not enter the riding area without acknowledging the Release of Liability sign. The riding area is defined as the arena, the fenced area surrounding the arena and any other enclosure housing our lesson horses/ponies.
All students must wear an ASTM / SEI certified helmet at all times during mounting, the entire time mounted, and until dismounted with stirrup irons run up. We offer "loaner" helmets for students' use but we recommend that serious students purchase their own.
Students must wear riding boots with a defined heal to each lesson. Western boots or paddock boots are equally acceptable for lessons. Spurs must not be worn unless specifically approved by your instructor which is unlikely.
Jubilee Riding Academy teaches whole horsemanship lessons. Students will be taught to care for and clean up after the pony/horse that they use for lessons. This includes but is not limited to: Brushing/grooming/hosing their pony/horse as needed before and after riding, cleaning any manure produced during their lesson time, putting away any supplies, equipment and tack used, and other general maintenance tasks as assigned by your instructor. This will be part of the lesson until the student is competent and reliable in performing necessary tasks on their own.
Please note: Your lesson time has been reserved for you. A great deal of planning and prep go into each lesson. Except in cases of verified medical emergencies, if you miss your lesson without prior arrangements with your instructor that lesson is forfeit with no refunds.
Dress in layers for the weather. Well-fitting long pants with a lot of stretch (jeans, leggings, or riding pants) are necessary to protect riders legs from chafing on the saddle and fittings. Bring drinking water!
Plan on arriving by your lesson time ready to ride. Be prepared to wait until your lesson start time or slightly beyond if the student or pony/horse before your lesson need a little extra time to stop on a good note. (You will be given this extra consideration if needed at the conclusion of your lesson.)
Parking for riding students and observers is on the grassy area by the black fence in front of the silver barn. Enter the lesson area through the double gates beside the entrance to this barn. Text your instructor upon arrival if you need additional directions.
STRETCH, STRETCH, STRETCH before and after your lesson. Your instructor can give you some good stretching techniques to help avoid muscle cramps (saddle-soreness).
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