A matter of tack

You’ve probably noticed in our photos and videos that our students ride in various kinds of tack. On any given day you’ll see us using bareback pads, English saddles, dressage saddles, Western saddles, endurance saddles, hybrid saddles, and sometimes nothing at all — just the warm, soft back of the naked horse.

We ride in halters, hackamores, bridles. Our most advanced students may even practice bridleless riding.

The equipment might vary, but what doesn’t change is our commitment to helping our students develop a strong riding foundation that supports them in any discipline they choose.

Balance, harmony, good biomechanics, communication, lightness — these are just a few of the skills we help our students learn and improve. And they’re skills you’ll need in any equine activity, from jumping to barrel racing to ranch work to trail riding.

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