“Thirty years unsurpassed in Quality and Value”
Leone Equestrians specializes in Hunters and Jumpers. We offer riding lessons for all ages and riding levels. Our wide range of school horses will ensure you will find a perfect match. Our lessons cover all aspects of horsemanship, in your lesson you will learn how to groom, tack, ride and care for the horse assigned to you. Our staff is dedicated to helping you achieve all your equine goals.
Advanced Flat/Grid Class: TBD
New group lessons will be posted each week, so please check back for specific dates and times.
Lesson Prices and Packages:
- Private/Group lesson with Rudy Leone-$75
- Private lesson with Jill Humphrey-$75 ($50 with a horse in training)
- Private lesson with an assistant trainer - 30 minutes for $60 ($50 with a horse in training)
- Group lesson – 60 minutes for $60 ($50 with a horse in training)
- Three (3) thirty minute lessons – $100 (New clients only, one time offer)
- One time monthly riding pass – $500 (New clients only, good for up to twelve lessons in one month, pass expires one month from purchase date and can only be purchased one time)
Instructors’ Contact Information:
- Rudy Leone-916-531-2969 firstname.lastname@example.org
- Jill Humphrey-916-201-9568 email@example.com
- Sarah Berkowitz – 610-613-1576 firstname.lastname@example.org
School Horse Riding Program -Recommended Riding Attire
A helmet is required every time a rider gets on the horse. If you have your own, please bring it, if not we have helmets for students to borrow or call and we can refer you to a place to purchase one. We prefer ASTM approved helmets. Bicycle helmets and other types may not withstand the impact of a fall.
Boots with at least a 1” heel are also preferred. Please do not bring tennis shoes or sandals if you plan on riding. Again if you don’t have boots with a heel, we can help you find a place to get a pair.
Riding pants, also called breeches (usually they are stretchy with leather knee patches), or jeans are suggested for riding. Nothing too baggy or loose would be preferred.
Our last suggestion is please no loose jewelry, such as long earrings, bracelets or necklaces.