Lessons are given to all levels of riders. Whether
you hope to just simply take lessons or
if you are a horse show enthusiast, our riding
program will fit your needs. We proudly offer quality,
top of the line lesson horses. You will learn about
the safety, comfort and challenges involved in
this sport. The Equine industry will instill self-confidence,
responsibility and courage to all.
HORSE RIDING LESSONS
as private, semi-private or as 1/2 hour lessons.
Students are instructed in all phases of horse
care, grooming, saddling and riding. Lessons are
available for Western Riding, English Riding and
Jumping. Indoor and Outdoor arenas are available.
Available to students only. Horses may be rented
for practice riding, one hour in length. Students
are urged to take advantage of this inexpensive
opportunity to gain extra riding time. Practice
riding allows the rider to review their lessons,
improve their riding skills and physical condition.
prices, call us at 716-735-7988 or send
us an email.
Students are invited to spend
time at the Training Center learning the "REAL WORLD" of
horses. Students are paid not by money, but
in education, growth and maturity. Parents
to inquire if interested in learning more about
Lesson cancellations must be made at least two
hours in advance or a one-hour lesson fee will
Lessons may be paid at each lesson or at
the beginning of the month. Lessons
will not be billed. If you
are overdue in lesson fees, you will not
be permitted to take a lesson until
payment is made in full.
Checks should be made payable to: Amy Hanssen
Training Center, Inc.
Any student that misses two consecutive lessons
without calling will lose their weekly time slot.
Please know you will have to call to reschedule
when ready to return.
For safety and insurance reasons, no one will
be allowed in any of the rings to watch a lesson
while a lesson is in progress. Parents and
family members must go to the lounge to
or to designated
lesson is held outside. Observers will not be allowed
in alleyway, arena or by gates.
We are recommending that each student has their own approved helmet for both safety and sanitary reasons. A proper fitting helmet is important! See Amy or Virginia for information on purchasing helmets. Anyone inside the barns must wear appropriate sport attire. All employees, riders, siblings, and parents should have safe footgear. Flip-flops and sandals should not be anywhere near any animals or in barns. Shirts must be long enough to tuck into pants with a belt for all riders and employees. Pants should be long enough to cover ankles to prevent saddle sores. No one is allowed to ride in shorts or sneakers. Hair pulled back to ride!
Heated Rooms are provided for your comfort.
Please shut the bathroom & lounge doors completely when exiting. (The bathroom door has been left open several times causing the pipes to freeze.)
For your safety as well as the horses, please do not feed treats to any horses except your own. You may feed them carrots or an occasional apple, both of which must be cut up. Large carrots or apples of any size should never be fed whole.