Got a toddler or preschool-aged child who simply adores horses and just can’t wait to get in the saddle? Sign them up for the “Tiny Tots ABC Riding Program” at The Outlook Riding Academy in Terrigal!
During these hour-long lessons, horse-crazed youngsters aged 2-5 will transition from a rocking horse to a real horse as they learn valuable riding techniques from a team of professionals in a safe and nurturing environment.
And what’s more, parents, guardians, and grandparents are encouraged to attend! So you can bring along your coffee and some morning tea and settle in to watch your little one as they embark on their exciting equestrian journey!
Little riding adventurers can expect to learn:
+ The art of effective horsemanship, as opposed to simply experiencing lead pony rides.
+ Attitude, balance, control, and confidence (mind-body skills) that will serve your child for years to come.
+ The same program used when teaching small children in The Outlook Academy’s professional lessons – all in a fun, loving environment.
The added bonus? Research has shown that kids who grow up in a safe environment and who have positive early learning experiences go on to become physically, emotionally, and socially healthy adults!
Higher Needs Groups
The Outlook Riding Academy regularly hosts groups and individuals with higher needs. If you require assistance with tailoring your child’s experience according to capability, get in touch with Sam on 0427 189 567.
Class Times: Classes are usually held at 10-11am every Thursday morning.
Cost: Private riding lessons are available for $99, or groundwork lessons for $55 (no riding). Groundwork lessons cover horsemanship, horse care, and stable/yard skills. Both offer an invaluable introduction to riding.
Written By: MANDY EKMAN
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Mandy started her media career at a digital media agency in London, before relocating to Sydney in 2008. Over the past 11 years, Mandy has gained a wide range of experience across bought, owned and earned digital media channels and after moving to the Central Coast with her husband and three kids in 2017, is really excited to be part of the Playing in Puddles team.