RockMeadow Riding School
All great riders can attribute much of their success to the instruction they received in the early stages of their riding. At RockMeadow we provide our riding students safe and fun lessons while teaching the most current instruction in the fundamentals of Hunt Seat, an English style of riding. Our riding lessons are taught on safe, well trained lesson horses and ponies. We believe horsemanship is much more than just riding so we offer practical horse care classes as well. Riding lessons are available for ages three years old through adults.
Horsemanship without Ownership is possible at RockMeadow!
We have an excellent group of reliable, well schooled, horses and ponies.Our instructors and school horses work together to help you reach your riding goals.
Deborah and Amberly Ritchie form an unbeatable Mother & Daughter team.
Deborah teaches intermediate level teens and adults. Amberly teaches children and adults from their first ride to the intermediate level. Deb and Amberly have many years of teaching and horse show experience. Both Deb and Amberly instruct with patience,compassion and humor, with their students feeling a sense of accomplishment at the completion of each lesson.
For more information, call Amberly at 425-295-4669
Curious about Horse Ownership? Are you a Returning Adult Rider?
The Riding School is an excellent place to begin learning about horsemanship and riding so you'll be ready to own, or return to riding after an absence of months or years to refresh your skills.
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Having earned the highest Certification awarded by the American Riding Instructors Association, Deborah is a knowledgeable, experienced instructor. A Level III Certified Instructor in Hunt Seat on the Flat and Hunt Seat over Fences,she is the only instructor in Washington state to hold a Level III in both disciplines.
Deborah is also certified by the United States Hunter Jumper Association.
This certification assures you that she teaches in accordance with the standards and principles of the Hunter and Jumper sport as set forth by the USHJA and the United States Equestrian Federation.