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Frequently Asked Questions

Can I bring my dog?
  • For the safty of our riders and our horses, we ask that you DO NOT bring any dogs to the stable. Thank you for your understanding. 

What do I wear?

  • Long pants, preferably with some stretch in the fabric, layers on top, based on the weather, and hard soled shoes or boots with a minimum of a 1 inch defined heel. (Sneakers are NOT acceptable footwear)

  • Gloves are helpful both to keep the riders hands warm in the cooler months and to absorb sweat from the hands in the summer to provide a more secure grip on the reins.

  • In the winter month, changing one’s socks before you come to barn is advisable as any sweat that has accumulated in the sock fibers during the day will chill the feet very quickly.

Do I need to bring anything with me?

  • As with any physical activity, staying hydrated is important so bringing a water bottle is helpful!

  • Sunblock and insect repellent can be useful, especially during the warm months!

Are there volunteer opportunities?   

  • Contact us and inquire about a volunteer application! Since we are a working farm, we are always looking for an extra hand with barn duties! If you are looking to fulfil service hour requirements for school, or would like to get some hands on experience on what it takes to keep a farm running, we would love your help!

  • For those current LNS lesson students wanting to volunteer at our facility we consider students ages 12 years old and older! Ask for a volunteer application through our contact page, or inquire with your lesson instructor!  

Cancellation Policy
  • We understand that things come up, but we ask that you let us know as soon as possible if you are unable to attend your lesson. The deadline to notify us is 24 hours out from your scheduled lesson. This allows for us to reschedule another rider if possible.

  • No-shows and/or failure to give adequate notice will result in the charging of the full cost of your lesson. Thank you for your understanding! 

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