Introducing Bristol Lee & "Just Ducky Training Horses
Email [email protected]
Phone Number: (559) 930-6730 Cell
Personality: I enjoy teaching kids to ride. I keep my lessons positive and fun.
Experience I grew up showing hunters and jumpers. I trained with Amy Bissell at Stepping Stone Farm & Connie Buckley from Cottonwood Farm. My championships include Pickwick Equitation, Horse and Hound Chirdren's Hunter, Santa Barbara Hunt Seat Champion, Let's Show Level 3 Jumpers to name a few.
"Just Ducky Horseback Riding Lessons" by Bristol Lee. We are now taking sign ups for our fall children's training program.
English horseback riding program. For kids 6 to 16 year of age, interested in caring for and riding horses. Participants will explore a variety of equestrian activities and learn horsemanship, stable management, horse handeling, horse safety and care, while making new friends. Bristol Lee emphasizes team work and children will learn leadership skills through the program.
The "Just Ducky" Riding Program is a 4 week course and horseback riding lessons are tailored to the ability of the rider.
Bring your own horse, or use one of our safe school horses.
You can find horse tack and riding equipment at Tack Warehouse in Woodland Ca
Children's Beginning Horse Training Are Offered Fall of 2009 - Thursday Nights at 5 pm - 7pm Sept 11, 18, 25 and Oct 1 Limited to 5 students in Group Lessons. Taking signups now. $100 deposit. Just Ducky Horse Riding Series $160
Children will learn the different parts of the English tack and how they can be changed. For Example: the bit of the bridle; learning about different types of bits and for what discipline each is used. As well as what effect each one of them has on the horse and his performance. They will also learn saddles fit and use as well as martingales and safety equipment like brushing boots and bandages.
Education includes basic veterinary. Bandaging of legs, causes and treatments of colic as well as basic cleaning of wounds and what to do to avoid your horse getting various illnesses. We will also have a farrier to come and shoe when the children are available to allow them to see how the horses are shod, and sized for shoes.
Riders will learn seat and balance and basic riding.
Riders at the end will be quizzed and tested and awards to best stable management and other categories.
It is a 4 week course and lessons are
Bring your own horse, or use one of our safe school horses. Beginning students can expect to learn proper equitation, how to walk, halt, steer, and trot. More experienced riders can expect to work on refining their equitation both at the trot and canter, adding in poles and small jumps.
- Hard shoe with a low heel
- Long Pants for riding
- Paddock boots*
What other things do I bring:
- Bag Lunch
- Plenty of drinks
- Treats for your horse
My cell is (559) 930-6730 or [email protected]
Woodland is minutes from Davis, Sacramento, Winters.
I am willing to come to your facility if it is located in Davis. Travel Charges Will Apply!