Learning to Canter

Canter can be quite nerve-wracking when you first start. It is important that you have a good balance and are confident working with and without stirrups in the trot. Before you are able to ask the horse to canter you need to understand how the horse canters and what the rider needs to do to help the horse in the canter transition. Once you have this basic understanding the next stage is learning to follow the movement and stay in balance with the horse during a canter. 

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Group Lessons

As well as the Private lesson slots, we also run a range of group lessons during the week and at weekends. These lessons are fun and easy-going, giving a relaxed social environment as you gain your confidence in the canter. You will cover the theory behind achieving canter and using the canter pace to advance the horses balance and frame.  Please ring for these

 

Novice Lessons

As well as private lesson our group novice lesson aso focus on learning to canter. These lessons will help bridge the gap between beginner and intermediate riders. They focus on creating confidence within all three paces and developing a secure and effective position on a range of horses. These lessons are also beneficial to those looking to learn the classical style of riding for example those that would nrmally rode western. 

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Fell Rides

Group Lessons 

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Our half hour lessons occur in the morning from 9.30 am, then our 45 minute lessons are from 1.00 pm onwards.

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