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One Hour Private Lesson

Learn the fundamentals of learning to care for these incredible animals, and then saddle up for intensive instruction to learn how to safely and correctly ride, while having lots of fun! One hour lessons include about 15 minutes of getting your horse ready and taking care of them afterwards and about 45 minutes of riding.

$50 · 1 hour

One Hour Group Lesson

Bring a friend or a few for a group lesson. Learn together how to care for your horse and have a blast riding together. $35/person, up to 5 people. Please include all riders names and ages in your comments when booking if you are a new client. We will contact you to confirm.

Starting at $70 · 1 hour

Trail Ride

$50 for one person, $35/person for multiple, approx 45 mins of riding time RH Equestrian offers a small amount of trail rides every week depending on availability. Trail rides are offered throughout our 24 acre pasture and wooded property and also in the surrounding area on our beautiful East Texas back roads. Riders must be at least 7 years old and confident enough to control a horse. Weight limit applies. One rider per horse. Please call to schedule your ride. Limit 3-4 riders depending on size/age/skill level. Please call for specific situation. $50 for one person, $35/person for multiple, approx 45 mins of riding time PLEASE include in comments: every rider’s name, age, and experience level to be confirmed for your appointment. 250lb weight limit. Long pants and boots with a heel recommended.

Starting at $50 · 1 hour

Mini Lesson

For our younger students who want a shorter experience, schedule a 30 minute lesson that includes learning how to care for the horse and a short ride!

$35 · 30 minutes

Diana Firstova

Diana grew up riding hunter style in Maryland, but fell in love with eventing (jumpers, dressage and cross country) when moving to Texas in 2014. She loves teaching beginners and establishing a strong riding foundation, while trying to help students reach their riding goals and building confidence. Diana also works with the SPCA to retrain and rehome rescued horses.

Kat Scott

Kat Scott's love of horses started in elementary school when she got to ride her friend's barrel horses. She began taking formal riding lessons at Age 8 in Tucson, AZ. She rode under Cathy McDonald until she was an adolescent, and competed in Hunter Jumpers. Kat took a decade long break and re-entered the horse world in 2016 where she blended her career and her passion to start offering therapeutic riding lessons, in addition to neurotypical lessons. Kat holds a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from the University of Arizona and a Master's of Science in Clinical Psychology from UT-Tyler. Kat has continued to pursue her love of Hunter Jumpers, but has recently started competing in Western Dressage as well. Kat also currently runs a therapeutic riding non-profit and counseling practice in Flint, TX.

Lainie Lasseter

Lainie’s passion for horses started at a young age, growing up listening to her grandfather tell countless stories about his time training racehorses. Lainie began riding at and competing with RH Equestrian in 2016 and became a working student before moving to Dallas to attend University of North Texas. During college, she worked at an equine rescue facility helping to take care of and rehabilitate rescued horses. Lainie obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the UNT, as well as holding two Associate’s degrees from TJC. Moving back to the Tyler area after graduation, Lainie came back to RHE to continue to improve as a rider, and has competed successfully in show jumping divisions in local shows. She comes from a position working with children in high school special education as well as teaching upper elementary students in a Montessori Academy.

Madeline McCurley

At the age of 8, Madeline’s grandfather decided to give her a riding lesson for her birthday. Little did he know that one lesson would grow into a lifetime passion for horses. One lesson turned into weekly lessons which has now turned into daily rides on multiple horses and desire to share her love for horses with others. Madeline has now been riding for over ten years, teaching beginner and intermediate riders the world of hunter/jumpers and training horses including off the track thoroughbreds for four years. Madeline also has experience in dressage and cross country. Madeline has placed many years in the final standings with NTHJC and has won the Paul Harrand Sportsmanship Award. Madeline is a Robert E. Lee Spring 2018 graduate, is currently in training to be a certified vet tech, is a member of the National Honor Society, a member of FFA, and North Texas Hunter Jumper Club.

Rebecca Hanna

Trainer Rebecca Hanna's passion for the equine industry and love of horses began at the age of seven when she first sat on a horse. Since then, she has been riding and competing in hunters, jumpers, dressage, and western disciplines for almost 20 years. She has owned several young horses and has assisted in transforming them into successful competitive mounts. She has shown multiple horses throughout the years in several disciplines, consistently earning championships in her divisions. Rebecca has trained under multiple respected equestrian professionals, including Shelby Graham, Kim Brunson, and Paula Morris. She has participated in and audited intensive training clinics with Bernie Traurig, George Morris, and Anne Kursinski. Rebecca graduated from Southern Methodist University in 2013 with a Bachelor's of Business Administration in Marketing and a Bachelor's of Arts in Psychology. She graduated from All Saints Episcopal School in Tyler, Texas.