Endurance Riding is learning the 'art' to ride distance - 25, 50, 100 miles or more in a given time - with a goal in mind and being responsible for yourself,
your horse, and others you will encounter along the way.
Things to learn:
Exercise program for both you and your horse.
Proper Feeding and Supplements - for both you and your horse - Vitamins, Electrolytes and their importance.
Hoof care - To Shoe or Not to Shoe
Trail Etiquette & Safety
Finding and knowing yours and your horses boundaries - i.e. resting heart rates etc.
Proper grooming of your horse, clipping, bathing, etc. How to wrap legs before and after a ride.
Explaining and the use of proper Tack and Equipment - help you find what works best for you and your horse.
Learn how to negotiate terrain, read and follow trails and trail markings
Truck, Trailer, Motor home etc. - portable corral, hy tie etc. what will work for you.
How to pack and travel to and from rides, and what to bring. Feed, water, blankets, tack, etc.
I will teach you this and more so that you can participate in this exciting sport. Contact me today for information
about classes for you and your horse.
Day Rides - You and your horse in the local desert, or in the nearby west side of the Spring Mountains, $150 per rider.
Day Rides - You and your horse in Blue Tree, the east side of the Spring Mountain Range, $225 per rider.