Lessons are approximately 1 hour and include grooming, tacking, riding, and caring for the horse after the lesson. Students are expected to learn to care for tack, clean up after themselves and their horse, put everything back as good or better than they found it. We require a commitment to one semester at a time. Fall semester is Sept-December, Spring semester is January-May. There are summer lessons and camps available in the summer. We welcome the privilege it is to have you at our farm.
Each lesson is $50 and the total amount for the monthly lessons is due at the first lesson of the month. This is usually 4 lessons at $200 for the month. A 5th week is $50 more. Venmo Christina-Ranes or Zelle 9515156039 or cash or check
Non-refundable, non-cancel-able; missed pony club lessons are not made up. Pony Club is optional July and August
Savannah Ranes specializes in starting young horses with a Dressage foundation. Horses learn to have confidence trail riding, hacking, hauling, showing, and normal daily routines such as appropriately tying, lungeing, clipping, bathing etc. To be negotiated privately with New Heights Dressage 909.297.9454
Students wishing to ride twice a week may pay a discounted rate at $45 per lesson. This is a savings of $40 per month. Must be same rider/No sibling discounts
While we do provide helmets short term, we STRONGLY encourage students to purchase their own asap. It is the student's responsibility to have a correctly fitted, ASTM/SEI approved helmet in order to ride. If a student does not have a well-fitted helmet, and their isn't one to borrow, they will not be allowed to ride.
Long pants are required. Students are encouraged to purchase breeches, riding tights, or jodhpurs. These are only required when riding in English/Dressage saddles to
protect the leather on the seat
Boots are required. These may be hard toed/closed toed boots from Walmart or Target, but you will spend the same amount on Amazon purchasing actual riding boots. These are called paddock boots.
Students can join us for Horse Management class the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month at 4 pm. Start by printing the D1 study guide, health and maintenance record book, and ordering the pony club manual.
Keep track of your horse's health and maintenance, including the cost so that you can be prepared to be responsible for your own horse.
The first study guide is D1 level, followed by D2, then D3. You will want to order a pony club manual to help you study and learn.
We are an approved vendor offering riding lessons through several California charter schools. You can reserve your spot with us and order the lessons with your Educational Supervisor.
We serve Mission Vista, Cabrillo Point Academy, Pacific Coast Academy, Inspire Charter School, Sky Mountain, Sage Oak, Julian, and River Springs
The sweetest 12 hand welsh cross pony! This cremello pinto geldingloves teaching beginner through intermediate kids the ropes of riding. He is steady and kind at all gaits.
This chesnut pinto 12 hand mare is a cornerstone in our program for teaching kids to learn to ride safely. She has a slow steady trot and is willing to teach kids to canter
Andy is one awesome guy. A grey pony in a 12.2 hand package, he is gentle on the ground and under saddle. He is confident and kind.
What else do you name a 17 hand Dutch Warmblood? This almost black gelding is a gentle giant. We love our big boy.
To know Sunny is to love him. He is bright eyed and willing to do anything. Retired from his jumping days, Sunny is happy showing riders the smoothest canter ever and of course his sweet sunny personality.
This pretty palomino is happy doing ranch work , jumping x country, trail riding, or packing his pony clubbers around the Dressage ring. He has been to Championships in Kentucky, fox hunting, and riding on the beach. Flynn is the best!
Prince Charming in a 14.2 hand quarter pony package that takes care of you every single ride. This sweet gelding doesn't ever put a foot wrong. He loves the beach, the mountains, the show ring, and life in general. Prince did great at Pony Club champs and CDS Champs this year. Prince also loves to snuggle.
Woody is a grey 15.2 hand Arabian gelding who has a wealth of Dressage knowledge to share with his riders. If you think it, Woody will already be doing it. Woody is always a friendly face in the barn ready to say hello.
Woody was a super star at Pony Club champs this summer.
This pretty bay mare's ears are always pricked. Perfect for taking pictures! At 14.2 hands, a breeding stock paint horse, Ruby is an anchor in our riding program and excellent at teaching beginners in the round pen, the arena, and getting those first canter steps.