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 are 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 before choosing an instructor for yourself or your child.
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.
To schedule an appointment Call or Text 727-637-3022
please call or text Alisha at 727-637-3022
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