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Horseback Riding in Fayetteville, AR
1.Stables On The Hill
10600 N Whitehouse Rd
2.Equantum Horsemanship/ EQNHA
16308 Harmon Rd
Best place in town to learn to ride and to be safe around horses. From beginners to Advance riders, form the ground to saddle. The horses are absolutely wonderful. Bob and Wendy are very knowledgeable in horsemanship.
3.Lucky Seven Horse Center
3345 Wildcat Creek Blvd
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4.Flying Q Farms
201 S Lake Sequoyah Spur
Tourist Information & AttractionsPlaces Of InterestHorse BoardingHorse Training
Amazing place! I absolutely love it. The staff are so nice a welcoming. Horses are well trained and obedient. Well taken care of trails and amazing instructors. The equipment is well taken care of. The horses are also well taken care of and healthy. I really approve of Flying Q.
5.Kickin K Performance Horses
1943 Harris Dr
Horse DealersLivestock DealersHorse Equipment & ServicesStables
Small business located in Fayetteville, AR. We offer Riding Lessons and currently have a couple of horses for sale.
3100 N Oakland Zion Rd
7.NWA Riding Club
16949 W Highway 102
Riding AcademiesHorse Rentals
Non Profit saddle club with a Playday Rodeo which gives families an organization that lets them partake in regular rodeo activities on an amateur family orinted level. We have riders that range from Leadliners (as young as two years old and hae to be led through events by their parents) all the way up to Grandmas and Grandpas.
8.Horses For Healing
14673 Daniels Rd
Horse BoardingHorse Rentals
9.Morning Star Equestrian
11637 Doc Hall Rd
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10.Legends Equestrian Center
17341 W Highway 102
Riding AcademiesStablesHorse TrainingHorse Boarding
At LEC we strive to teach a total horsemanship program involving the theory as well as philosophy of riding principles. We, in turn, produce effective, safe, and competent horse people. Groups, Privates, and Semi-Privates are all offered at LEC. Lessons are scheduled in 9 week sessions, with groups/privates meeting on a weekly basis. Beginner students to riding will begin their lessons on the lunge line. All NEW students to LEC must have an assessment lesson prior to groups. LEC incorporates a system of 6 levels (Green, Pink, White, Yellow, Red, Blue) to measure the knowledge and riding principles of each rider. At LEC the total horsemanship experience is what we strive to give to each student. It is not always possible to teach the importance of nutrition/conditioning/vet care/hoof care/tack, etc during lessons, however these are just as important as heels down, and form over fences, if not more important - because this information is what allows us to have happy, healthy horses in order to ride in the first place. At LEC each student needs to KNOW deep in their core the answers to the questions and objectives at each level. It is not important that they can answer the questions today or tomorrow on the test - but that they can share their knowledge with another rider months from now. That is what creating a legacy is about – passing on information on to the next generation. Each rider will be tested in both written and riding in order to pass the color level. LEC students MUST test at least once during a calendar year. It is required that you score 90% or above in both written and riding in order to pass the color level. If you do not pass, you will need to wait for the next testing – there will be no re-tests. The awards ceremonies giving each passing student their color level stripes will happen once a year during an events when most of the LEC family is together. If a student has passed their color level they will be awarded their ‘stripes’. These stripes will then need to be embroidered (LEC will provide a voucher) on a WHITE/NAVY or RED square saddle pad, on the left hand side with the LEC logo, (those who do not have a pad are encouraged to purchase one) they will use these pads at shows during schooling, or at home while hacking or in lessons.
11.Bentonville Riding School
1102 ne j st
Pony RidesChildren's Party Planning & EntertainmentHorse StablesRiding Academies
We had my granddaughters birthday here and it was above and beyond what I could even imagine. The owner, Stephanie, was so kind to our family. She is well informed and extremely safe. She has a teachers heart and truly cares for her students add well as her horses. It was a blessing!!
12.Saddle Up Stables
4500 N Rainbow Farm Rd
13.Stables At Ladena Downs
9900 Price Coffee Rd
14.Bear Mountain Riding Stables
14580 Highway 62 W
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