Posted by: Bonnie Phelps | February 1, 2019

Horseback riding lessons on Palomar!

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Do you know someone who would like horseback riding lessons?  I think we all do!

Miss Jamie sure has a fan club with our family!  Our four grandkids have loved to their lessons with Miss Jamie.  I was thrilled to see she is opening up a winter option for students.  Here is the info:

From: Jamie Anderson

Hello!

Palomar Christian Conference Center is starting to offer horseback riding lessons! 😊We are starting with four weeks and plan to begin again in the fall and continue through next winter. The schedule is as follows:

February 2019 Dates: 4, 11, 18, 25 (all Mondays)

Riders ages 7 and up: riding lessons will be 1.5hrs long and will include grooming, tacking, riding, untacking, and putting horse away. Maximum of 7 riders per class.
Lesson times: 1-2:30pm and 2:45-4:15pm
Cost $25/class or $80/session (all 4 lessons)

Riders ages 3-6: lessons will be 45 minutes long and will include some grooming and tacking, lead-line lesson on very basics of riding.
Lesson time: 11-11:45am
Cost $10/class or $28/session (all 4 lessons)

*In the event of rain indoor classes will be held at the PCCC Barn.
** In the event of snow in which the roads are not safe to drive, lessons will be rescheduled.

All lessons will be co-taught by Jamie and Gill, certified riding instructors, on PCCC horses.

(We are looking into becoming a vendor for Inspire but are not at this time.)

Please, contact Jamie Anderson at (330) 465-5123 or jamie@palomar.camp for more information and to schedule lessons.


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