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  • Service or Training Module
    To an observer, horseback riding may look like all a rider has to do is just sit on the saddle. Learning to ride goes well beyond gaining control of an animal. Getting acquainted with a pony / horse, grooming, caring for and preparing one's pony /horse for the ride is a key part of the learning process. It integrates children and adults into the amazing world of ponies and horses, and helps them love, understand and respect their equine companions.
  • Basics :
    • Handling, grooming and tack (saddling).
    • Daily care.
    • Health and nutrition.
    • Grooming.
    • Health, anatomy, feeding.
    • Lunging.
    • Mounting.
    • Dismounting.
    • Leading Correct position and balance how to halt.
  • Basics Level 1 –
    • Walk and turn.
    • Leg aids for moving forward and turning.
    • Sitting trot with stirrups.
    • Raising trot with stirrups.
    • Halt and Move.
    • On and Off the Lead Rein.
    • Off Lead rein learning to change direction large circles in walk.
    • Using reins effectively.

    NOTE: 14 Classes of 45 minutes to be taken within 30 Days.

  • Basics Level 2 –
    • Starting sitting trot without stirrups.
    • Contact and collecting the reins.
    • Rolling the bit.
    • Riding with the seat.
    • Raising trot without stirrups.
    • Briefing on body and leg position for canter.
    • Sitting a canter.

    NOTE: 14 Classes of 45 minutes to be taken within 30 Days.

  • Basics Level 3 –
    • Body movement during canter.
    • Rein Position during canter.
    • Leg Aids during canter.
    • Picking up a canter on the correct leg.
    • Canter in 20 meter circle.
    • Canter in figure of “8”.
    • Cross country riding.

    NOTE: 14 Classes of 45 minutes to be taken within 30 Days.

  • Basics Level 4 –
    • Dressage.
    • Position for Gallop.

    NOTE: 7 Classes of 45 minutes to be taken within 30 Days.

  • Advanced level 1 - Flatwork and Jumping
    • Learning to move horse or pony sideways (leg yield).
    • Working in middle of arena.
    • Trotting over a line of poles.
    • Starting a canter.
    • Putting stirrups up.
    • Keeping balance and position in trot.
    • Transitions between trot and canter over course of poles.
  • Advanced level 2 - Flatwork and Jumping
    • 4 Loop serpentine.
    • Increasing / decreasing circles.
    • 20m circles in canter.
    • Jumping in trot over cross poles.
    • Riding consistently forward over poles and jumps.
    • Keeping balance and position in canter.
    • 10m circles in walk.
    • Increasing / decreasing stride in trot.
    • Canter without stirrups.
    • Grade 6 – Jumping in Canter.
    • Grid work.
    • Uprights and narrow spreads.
    • Jumps up to 2′ 3″.
    • Courses in canter.
  • Cross Country Rides (For Experienced/Advanced Riders):
    • Cross country rides are conducted once a week. Rides will go through rural landscape, villages and Lake Banks. Rides will last for 1 hours. Horses will be on walk, Trot and Canter. Refreshment or one meal (as per the time of the day) will be included..

    • Benefits of Horseback riding:
    Before we all had cars to drive in, people used horses to get around, and almost everyone was taught to care and ride a horse. Today, our dependence on these large mammals is non-existent and horseback riding has become recreational. There are many obvious health benefits to riding, including strong core and legs, but there are also many less obvious benefits, such as boost in confidence and meditation. Horses are even used in therapy for mentally disabled children- which only proves further how healthy they are!.
    • Body Awareness: Horseback riding really works the core muscles that stabilize the trunk: the abdominal, back, and pelvic muscles. However, it’s not just about the strength of the core, but the coordination and stability of it as well. The more you ride, the more the body learns to move with the horse..
    • Quick Thinking: riding a large, powerful animal with a mind and agenda of its own is a full-body workout that will force you to engage muscles you didn’t know existed and be constantly adjusting to the form of the animal..
    • Coordination: There are many movements that need to happen simultaneously while riding for the horse to be properly guided- this is what coordination consists of. Therapeutic riding programs for the sight-impaired have had a lot of success developing better coordination..
    • Core Strength: Horseback riding is an isometric exercise, which means it uses specific muscles to stay in certain positions, in this case, keeping balanced on the horse. Because of this, postural strength is very important when riding and the posture of riders improves even in day to day activities..
    • Muscle Tone and Flexibility: Along with the core muscles, the inner thighs and pelvic muscles get the biggest workout as a rider positions himself or herself. Riders often have to maintain a squatting position while they ride, constantly adjusting to the cadence of the horse. This exercise helps with good overall muscle tone and flexibility..
    • Stable Strength: Riding is not the only way this activity gives the body a workout. Working in a barn and taking care of a horse strengthens muscles and increases cardiovascular capacity..
    • Mental exercise: There are so many mental benefits to horseback riding. Not only do you really learn about yourself as you experience time on a horse but it can also have a meditative effect because for the time being, the only focus is on riding and staying on the horse. While horseback riding is a great exercise, there is a real benefit i the connection with the animal and the peace of mind that comes with every ride.

Best Horse Riding Classes

I decided to give horse riding a shot and i'm very glad i started at royal equestrian academy The instructors are helpful, they encourage you and support till you excel. They have maintained horses very well. I recommend royal equestrian academy who's passionate about learning horse riding and developing a beautiful bond with horses.

Mary Coles
Isha , Bangalore

High Class Training

"Got my son enrolled for a months' course at royal equestrian academy horse riding academy at Bangalore, post which he had equestrian competition at Lawrence School, love dale, ooty where he won second place. What more could i ask for. Thanks royal equestrian academy for training my son to what he is today. "

Emma Rogers
Ravi Jinde, Bangalore

Great riding school

"It was my first time on a horse and it was one of the best. The rider who were teaching over there and in charge of the place was helpful and taught me the basic how to handle horse. They are pretty knowledgeable of what to be done and what not. It was my my first time, but for sure not for the last time. ”

Irine Gosh
Sattar Khan , Bangalore

I love it

" I had very enjoyable experience at the academy. The training staff is very helpful and provides great insights about riding do's and dont's. The horses are in great shape and are maintained very well. I recommend everyone to experience riding at least for an hour. If it interests you, take up more sessions. ”

Irine Gosh
Gourish, Bangalore