New clients information.
1st time out and don’t know what to expect? We got you covered.
Click Here to print our new client info sheet. We need this info please. Thank You.
- What do I wear?
Boots and jeans or breeches are preferred. Just getting started? Leggings or Jeggings work great too! In summer months we do ask that you do not ride in spaghetti strap tops.
- Where do I go?
159 Old Union Rd. Kingston, Tn, 37763. Once on Old Union you will see our sign at the end of the driveway. Pull into the driveway and through the gate and into the parking lot. Please be courteous of our 5MPH speed limit. Most times we have children with their horses travelling to and from the arena.
- Type shoes do I need?
Boots with a 1 inch heel. Cowboy boots or paddock boots work well.
- Do I have to have a horse to participate?
No. We provide the horse for the lesson. If you have a horse and are wanting to trailer in let us know.
- What all do I need to bring?
If under age bring a parent or legal guardian to sign off on your release form. Other than just your boots, jeans and yourself.
- What age do you start lessons at?
We require a minimum age of 5 to start riding lessons.
- Can my friends come?
To watch? yes your friends are more than welcome to come watch you ride. To ride? Yes they can participate in a lesson with you as long as they have a parent/legal guardian to sign their release form as well as a payment for the lesson.
- Will there be other people in my lesson?
Yes! Most lessons are scheduled as a group lessons unless you have requested a private lesson.
- What if I buy a package and change my mind after the first lesson?
All packages are non-refundable. We recommend purchasing one lesson to start with.
We require all people that will be on site to complete a waiver before any activities can commence.
Tennessee has the following laws that protect us. Because we can’t always predict an accident due to the nature of an animal.
Waivers are available on site at anytime. If under 18 then a Parent or Legal Guardian must sign.
Click Here to download and print our waiver.
Under Tennessee Law, an equine professional is not liable for an injury to or the death of a participant in equine activities resulting from the inherent risks of equine activities, pursuant to Tennessee Code Annotated, title 44, chapter 20.