Lone Star Stables offers group, limited group, semi-private and private lessons in English riding. Children and adults are welcome in our lesson program. We offer all levels of English riding instruction, from the beginner who is just learning the basics to the more advanced rider who wants to refine their skills.
Horses and ponies are also available for lease or half-lease on a monthly basis. To arrange lessons or get prices for boarding/leasing, please contact:
Taylor Simon at (512) 791-6708
Carly Johns at (678) 662-0706
or Christy May at (512) 567-4984.
Lessons packages are available by the month only, with a 2 month minimum commitment to start. Lesson packages are billed at the first of the month. A $25 late fee will be applied if payment is not received by the 15th of each month. Deposits can be ridden off with a 30 day notice. Notice must be received no later than the first day of the month the deposit will be ridden off.
Package Prices: One 60 Min. Group (4-6 riders) lesson/week: $275/month, plus $275 deposit One 60 Min. Limited Group (3 riders) lessons/week: $300/ month, plus $300 deposit One 45 Min. Semi-Private (2 riders) lessons/week: $325/month, plus $325 deposit One 60 Min. Private (1 rider) Lesson/week: $425/month, plus $425 deposit * One 30 Min. Private (1 rider) Lesson/week: $375/month, plus $375 deposit *
Private Lesson Policies:
*30 minute private lessons are offered in our lesson program for $95 per lesson. These lessons are for the more advanced riders who can tack and untack independently. Riders should be tacked up and ready at the start of their lesson.
*60 minute private lessons are offered for $110 for beginner riders, and will include up to 30 minutes of tack up and horse care instruction with up to 30 minutes of riding time.
*Semi-private lessons are 45 minutes
Inclement Weather Policy
Barn lessons will be conducted in the tack room or observation area in case of bad weather.
Memorial Day Weekend
Labor Day Weekend
Good Friday thru Easter
Christmas Eve thru New Year's Day
Make-Up Lesson Policies
Absence from a lesson requires a 48 hour advance notice, or the make-up will be forfeited. Riders (or parents of riders) must give notice via email: firstname.lastname@example.org to request a make-up lesson. When at least 48 hour notice is given, the rider will be offered a make-up lesson in an open lesson spot, when available.
Make-ups lessons are to be taken within 30 days of the missed lesson and are available on a first-come, first-served basis, no refunds or credits. Only one make-up lesson is allowed per month. Make-ups are not available when the barn is closed for major holidays.
Visitors cannot handle horses until AFTER signing a release and getting permission from the owner AND Taylor Simon, Alex Meyers, Sarah Adams or Christy May.
Clean up after yourself. Do not leave manure in the crosstie areas. Do not spray manure down the drain in the wash rack- it will clog the drain. If there is manure in the wash rack, turn off the hose, scoop the poop with a shovel and put it in a muck bucket, then resume the bath.
Lesson program and boarder participants have access to the private tack room and Lone Star Stables property. In order to protect your valuables and the valuables of others, DO NOT DISCLOSE THE GATE CODE.
All children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult when visiting Lone Star Stables property.
No person under the age of 18 may ride unless an adult is present.
No smoking in and around barn and hay.
All riders must wear helmets at all times.
Do not use any other person’s equipment or supplies without their permission.
Do not handle any other person’s horse without their permission.
Only use crosstie area for tacking, untacking, grooming, etc. Do not tie your horse to any part of the stalls, the arena, the turn out paddocks, or the round pen.
Dogs must be on a leash when anyone is working with horses.
NO JUMPING WITHOUT A TRAINER PRESENT.
Do not write on any Lone Star painted surfaces.
Do not turn out horses in arena freely during inclement weather. A lung line should always be used in the arena to ensure the integrity of arena footing. If you need assistance in using a lunge line, please ask your trainer.
"A man that don't love a horse, there is something the matter with him." Will Rogers