Riding Lessons for Horse-Crazy Kids
so they can grow their equestrian skills and have fun with horses!
We provide young horse-lovers with encouraging, high quality riding instruction
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Riding Lessons for

Horse-Crazy Kids

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What Makes Square Root Farms Different?

What People Are Saying…

“Ashley cares about all her students and works really hard to make sure everyone feels included and encouraged.”

“I absolutely love taking riding lessons with Ashley! Not only does she teach in a very professional manner, but she also is always very cheerful and helpful!”

I had a lot of fun with the horses at Square Root Farms. Ashley taught us all about how to care for them and best of all I learned how to ride!”

Getting Involved is Easy!

1. Complete the Online Application

2. Once Accepted, Enroll

3. Attend Orientation

4. Start Riding!

More About Lessons

“We have been very, very pleased with the experience our daughter has had with her riding lessons at Square Root Farms. Ashley is a delight to work with. She is both personable and professional. Her rapport with our daughter was wonderful and she made the lessons comfortable, fun, and encouraging. At the same time, she challenged our daughter to improve her riding skill and gave her the tools to do so successfully. The facility is lovely, the horses reliable, and the training well-planned and executed. I highly recommend.”

“My daughter loved her riding lessons from Square Root Farms. She had little to no experience to start, but by the end of summer had gained so much knowledge on taking care of horses and riding. Ashley and her staff work extremely well with kids and make them feel so comfortable on and around her horses. We had a great experience and would highly recommend Square Root Farms to any child interested in learning about riding horses.”

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