I started my life long love affair with horses when I was 6 years old in Delray Beach. My mom, having enough of my horse craziness purchased my first riding lesson. Much to her chagrin, it was like tossing a match in a vat of lighter fluid. I received my first horse two years later. He was a fat, pinto pony named Tonto and he taught me so much about life and horse. Since then, I have had many wonderful horses. I have shown all over the state of FL but I have always had a passion for teaching and sharing my knowledge. I have been teaching English and Western professionally in Pinellas County since 2001 when I received my certification from CHA. I am a managing partner and instructor at A&A Equestrian Coaches. Look on the calendar (linked below) to view my available lessons times.
Alisha is now a full time Realtor and Property Manager, she only give lessons part time and she loves to teach club on the weekends.
To schedule an appointment with Alisha please follow this link for availability.
I am a managing partner and instructor at A&A Equestrian Coaches. My daughter took lessons with Alisha when she was just 6 years old. We rescued a pony from a junk yard and called her Freedom. She was unbroke, hyper and a bit wild. Please don't do what we did, always take a professional with you when looking at a horse. It took many years and lots of blood, sweat and tears but we trained Freedom and my daughter has won many barrel races on her. I love teaching the beginner riders all about safe horsemanship!
To schedule an appointment with Amanda please follow this link
Rebecca (Becca) has spent many years in the horse community, riding, showing, and training horses. She has studied under some great trainers and brings a wide variety of experience to our program. She can teach Beginners through Advanced riders in English and Western Pleasure. She has the most availability as she teaches full time.
It doesn't matter if you are new to horses or just looking for a new instructor, the following information can save you time and tears.
First, there is no state regulations or licensing for riding instructors. Anyone, and I mean anyone, can call themselves a riding instructor and put you or your child on their horse which may or may not be suitable as a school horse. Please take some time to educate yourself and read this article CLICK BELOW:
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