Lessons are conducted by Amba McGoldrick.
Amba has had a lifelong passion for horses, dressage and teaching the basic principles of riding & horsemanship to the next generation of young horse enthusiasts. A love of horses began from the time she could walk, she competed at her first Sydney Royal Easter Show at the age of 6 and commenced competitive dressage at the age of 9, competing through to FEI level dressage as a young rider.
As a mother, Amba has the necessary skills and patience to assist younger riders in nurturing their love & understanding of horses, as well as developing the riding skills required for any horse riding discipline.
Amba is also an accredited EA (Equestrian Australia) dressage judge, holds a current Working With Children Check (WWCC) as well as being fully insured.
What is a riding lesson?
Available for children from the age of 5 years, through to adults, lessons are on a 1 on 1 basis (no groups), focused on dressage & flat work and helping you to achieve a happy & harmonious relationship with your horse.
What to wear to a lesson?
Smooth soled shoes with a heel (no joggers)
Long sleeve shirt to protect from the sun
Bring all necessary equipment for your horse.