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Many stables offer horseback riding rentals that can teach beginners how to ride horses and give intermediate riders the opportunity to master their skills. Some of the stables might even have ranches or camps that offer classes on different types of riding styles. Before you rent a horse or sign up for a ranch camp, you should learn a few key terms that will help you better understand the services that a stable offers.

  • Western Saddles – Unless you plan to ride bareback, which many people find difficult, you will need to know about the two major saddle designs that the average stable will offer. Western saddles have a horn at the front. This horn is useful for gripping. Since these saddles were designed for life on the ranch, the horns are also useful for keeping ropes steady when leaning cattle.
  • English Saddles – English saddles have more recreational uses than Western saddles. You won’t typically find them on a farm, but you can use them on a variety of trails and courses. These saddles do not have horns and have been designed to give the horse a full range of motion. That makes these designs useful for anyone taking jumping lessons. They are also typically used during most horseshows, but you won’t find them at a rodeo.
  • Haute Ecole – In French, this phrase means “high school.” In the horseback riding world, though, it refers to skills that experts use when showing off their horses in demonstrations. You can take classes in haute ecole, but you probably won’t use the skills while riding a horse on a trail or even in competitions.
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    RedBarn Hay Company
    Bend, OR 97701
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    (541) 390-5022
    User Review: "Paid in advance for his orghard grass hay in november 2011, five months later still no hay."
    King Road Stables
    54477 W King Road, Blue River, OR 97413
    Guided trail rides in the beautiful McKenzie River area. We offer horse rides, summer horse camps, horse vacations, boarding and lessons.
    (541) 228-4270
    Healing Reins Therapeutic Riding Center
    60575 Billadeau Rd, Bend, OR 97702
    (541) 382-9410
    Diane's Riding Place
    65535 Cline Falls Rd, Bend, OR 97701
    (541) 385-7933
    Desert Stables
    22345 Bear Creek Rd, Bend, OR 97701
    (541) 317-8761
    Happy At Home Pet Sitting
    64020 O B Riley Rd, Bend, OR 97701
    (541) 350-6041
    Robertson Ranch
    20350 Tumalo Rd, Bend, OR 97701
    (541) 480-7112
    Cline Falls Ranch Boarding Stable LLC
    170 Nw 67th St, Redmond, OR 97756
    (541) 923-6372
    Emerald Ranch
    68020 Cloverdale Rd, Sisters, OR 97759
    (541) 504-1284
    Arcuri Stables Inc
    37691 Upper Camp Creek Rd, Springfield, OR 97478
    (541) 746-0143
    Century Farm Equestrian Center
    40835 Oupor Dr, Scio, OR 97374
    (503) 394-4122
    L Bar T Guest Ranch
    55065 Smock Rd, Tygh Valley, OR 97063
    (541) 544-3010
    Deardorff Don Stables
    34315 S Sawtell Rd, Molalla, OR 97038
    (503) 829-6149
    Avalon Equestrian Center
    2530 Drift Creek Rd Ne, Silverton, OR 97381
    (503) 874-7433
    Whitewind Farm Horse Training
    6118 Mount Angel Hwy Ne, Silverton, OR 97381
    (503) 873-3273

    Horseback riding is a fun activity for both adults and children alike. It can be enjoyed as a hobby through lessons, as a an equestrian sport, or rented on vacation. Depending on what type of activity you are looking for, horseback riding can be fun for anyone in your family.

    If you or your child are interested in horseback riding lessons, look to find various ranches that have stables in your area. Whether you are a beginner, intermediate, or expert, there will be lessons and horses for your skill level. You will train to learn all the techniques to ride, including how to put a saddle on, how to pull on the reins, and how to ride properly. You can even learn to compete in either English or Western style tournaments.

    However, if you or your child want a more relaxed approach to horseback riding, consider going to a summer camp that offers horse and pony lessons or a resort dude ranch for adult style fun. This can give you a fun opportunity to rent a horse while on vacation to enjoy the trails and the great outdoors. Many people like this style of vacation because it allows them to truly escape the hustle of everyday life.

    If you are interested in pursing horseback riding lessons, go online to do some research about the topic. Access your favorite search engine and type in related keywords such as horseback riding, dude ranch, horse leases, and bombproof horses. It is a good idea to learn more about the topic and what is involved before starting a new hobby.

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