Horsemanship Group lesson in Columbia SC area

for Homeschooler Students & Public School Students alike

In January 2023 Pony Gang Equestrian Services has started a new program for beginner rider ages 7 years - 15 years with no previous riding experience. 

 

The program will run as a monthly class with 1 weekly lesson.

 

Student always have to start with the B1-class

 

During this class students learn in a group setting with other students and our trainers the basics  there is to know about horses, horse care and horseback riding. The class has its main focus on horsemanship.

 

This class can be taken untill students know how to ride in walk/trot of the lunge line. After this students have to move to our regular lessons program where the main focus is on riding. 

 



$150 

a student per month



What are the Benefits of an Equestrian Sport?

Social Benefits 

- Confidence

- Self discipline 

- Sense of responsibility

- Independence 

- Focus and control

- Patience level 

- Empathy

- Stress relieve 

Physical Education 

- Balance 

- Motor coordination 

- Muscle development

- Flexibility

- Posture 

- Hand-eye Coordination

- Core strength

- Body awareness

Other Benefits

- Accountability 

- Compassion 

- Sportsmanship

- Dependability

- Bravery 

- Selflessness 

- Camaraderie

- and much more.... 



What will we all teach during the class?

Our classes will happen on the ground and on horseback. 

Horse Behaviour 

Students learn how to read their horses or ponies moods to ensure they stay safe interacting with them. 

Approaching & Haltering

Students learn how to approach a horse and stay safe and how to halter them. 

Leading a horse 

Students learn how to correctly and safely lead a horse. 

Grooming a horse

Students learn why we groom horses and how to do this in safe and correct way. 



Tacking & Untacking

Students learn how to tack up english and western. Also learning how to take it back off. 

Adjusting stirrups

Students learn how to adjust their stirrups on a western and english saddle. Also why it is important to get it correct.

Mounting & Dismounting

Students learn how to mount western and english saddle and how to dismount correctly. 

Correct Seat

Students will learn the correct riding position in western and english and why it this is so important.



Correct Riding

Students will learn how to correctly move with the horse and why it is so important. 

On the lunge line

All basics of riding will be teached on the lunge line, so that student can concentrate on them- selfes and don't hurt the horse unattentional. 

Exercises on horseback

Students will learn their correct position and balance on horseback through different exercises. 

Tack care

Students will learn how to take care of their used tack after riding. 



Stablemanagement

Students learn that caring for horses does not ends after riding, that we also have to take care of their other needs. 

Feeding 

What does a horse eats and what are their other nutrion needs. 

Side by side

Students learn what it means to be a partner to their horse and work together in harmony.  



Classes will be held

Tuesday

 

10:00 AM 

 02:00 PM

 

Wednesday

 

11:00 AM Full

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Thursday

 

10:00 AM 

03:00 PM

04:30 PM

Friday

 

11:00 AM 

03:00 PM

05:00 PM



What do you need for this class?

- You can borrow a riding helmet from us for the first set of classes, but if they continue to ride with us riders need to purchase their own helmet. 

- Shoes that will go over the ankles and have a 1 1/2 inch heel (no bulky hikking shoes please). The shoes need to give stablitty to the ankles, so rain boots are not a good coice. Please ensure that there are no zippers on the inside of the legs. 

- A pair of leggings or jeans pants are good for the beginning