We offer Western and English lessons in either a Private lesson or a Group lesson.
Ground work is just as important as learning to sit the saddle properly!
Whether you're 5 or 95, follow your dreams and join us for lessons!
We are constantly monitoring the COVID19 guidelines and will be making any necessary changes to events if and when needed. Please keep an eye open to those events you were planning on attending to see if there are any updates.
Please stay in contact with your instructor regarding lessons.
Silver Eagle instructors offer riding lessons to both Adults and Youth in Western or English Disciplines.
Students may choose to focus on Hunter, Dressage, Eventing, Western Ranch Riding, Competitive Trail, or All Breed Showing. Our programs are designed to cater to the needs of the casual rider as well as the competitive show rider.
Lesson horses are experienced and well-schooled; they can be used by our students for competitions on the farm and off.
(Certain restrictions apply.)
** All students must sign a waiver - no exceptions **
Cancellation fees may apply without adequate notice.
Starting February 1, 2021
$65 Per Person
$55 Per Person
Group lessons will have assigned time slot each week.
~ Evaluation lesson - $65 (Needed in order to ride without an instructor and/or assess a rider's skill level.)
We accept cash, check, credit card (3% processing fee added to charge.) and VENMO payments. https://venmo.com/SilverEagleStable
21 year old liver chestnut blanket Pony of the Americas gelding
Every barn needs a steady pony to teach kids the ropes, and Apache is our guy! As with most ponies, Apache can have a mind of his own, but deep down he is a sweet guy with a heart of gold. He's up for anything and has taken many kids for their first ride
AQHA: Diamonds Last Etta
Chuck is a gentle soul with a heart of gold. His goofy personality combined with his eager attitude makes him a fun ride for advanced riders and beginners alike. A former state barrel racing champion in Maine, he now is content to wander the trails, jump a course, or even play a chukka!
Cici ("C C" stands for Cookies and Cream!) is a tough little mare with tons of talent. She is a great western mount and neck reins like a champ, but throw an English saddle on and she'll happily bomb around a jump course or a dressage test. Out in the field she is the indisputable "boss mare," and takes care of her rider just as well as she does her herd.
More info coming on Cora soon
18 year old buckskin overo Paint mare
Dixie has been there and done that. She knows her job and does it well. She may be slowing down in her old age, but she's still ready to truck around beginners and help them develop their confidence at the walk and trot. Every once in a while she likes to compete in our Buckle/Cup series and show those youngsters how it's done!
Gemma is a feisty little red-headed pony and one of the barn favorites! Once she trusts you she is a great partner for trails or small jump courses. She loves to be brushed and is very gentle with new riders, but for more experienced kids she can be a very fun ride!
Hamilton is the smallest member of our herd, but he makes up for it with huge talent and personality! He can pull a cart, carry a rider, and even dress up as a unicorn for special events!
At only 10 hands tall, he's the perfect size for kids to learn the ropes and gain confidence in handling horses.
More info on Katie coming soon
Steady? Check. Sturdy? Check. Unbelievably adorable? Check!
Molly is a favorite among beginner students, with her fluffy forelock and comfy trot. On cool autumn days she'll truck you around all day, if you ask nicely! She is patient and kind, and just the right size!
Molly is privately owned
Stella is our beloved matriarch. She may be old, but someone clearly forgot to tell her! She can still walk, trot, and canter, and is a great teacher! She's spunky, but has left her young and crazy days behind her and is as reliable as the day is long; just don't get between her and food. She loves to be brushed, especially her long thick mane!
Affectionately known as "The Dude," for his abiding nature, Stonewall is as solid as can be. He may be small, but he makes up for his stature with a big personality. He doesn't know very many fancy cues under saddle, but he will walk and trot around the arena all day.
We call this guy the Bob Ross of our herd. He's a big lovable teddy bear with a heart as big as he is. To him, life is about slowing yourself down, taking a deep breath, and relaxing a little! He will always take care of his rider and in return, just pay a small tax of snuggles and snacks!