We always get the question "What do I need for my riding lessons?", so we put a list together for you that you can find below.
Students are required to wear SEI approved helmets regardless of age when riding horses at Pony Gang Farm. Pony Gang Farm provides helmets for students for evaluation lessons or the first riding lesson. After this lessons we ask that our student purchase their own helmet.
Riding gloves are not required, but they provide grip for the reins and in the winter time also will keep your hands warm.
Please don't use regular mittens or other gloves, because they do not provide the needed grip and will not be allowed during lessons.
Students must wear long pants like jeans, riding pants, leggings or other long pants, that cover all skin on their legs when riding.
Please no baggy pants or jersey workout material pants..
Try-out lessons students and new students just starting in our lessons program can wear any type of boots when riding as long as these shoes are closed in and have a two-inch heel. Boots also should have a sole with traction and be completely slick.
Students in regular lesson programs need to purchase a pair of short English riding boots called paddock boots if riding English/Hunter or if older as 12 years can purchase a pair of English tall riding boots.
Our western riding students are required to purchase a pair of western boots that are not too bulky.
Pony Gang Equestrian Services
393 Frost Road
Camden SC 29020
Phone: (803) 374-2155
(803) 374 -5055
Under South Carolina law, an equine activity sponsor or equine professional is not liable for an injury to or the death of a participant in an equine activity resulting from an inherent risk of equine activity, pursuant to Article 7, Chapter 9 of Title 47, Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976.
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