No doubt you’ve heard this warning about Facebook before, but I’m here to tell you again. Don’t rely on Facebook as your main business information outlet and contact.
A successful riding lesson program is one that has students coming back for more. With great fall weather following on the heels of school starting, there are multiple
A reader asked about website design basics for riding instructors, insurance, and release forms. I thought I’d share my answer with a blog post and ask other instructors
“Integrity is what we do, what we say and what we say we do.”– Don Galer Integrity is one of the most important qualities a riding instructor can
Scheduling and collecting payment for lessons can be a headache for riding instructors. When you’re busy handling horses and more than one student at a time, it can
We all have “go to” sources where we read about horses. It could be a book, website or periodical and each type of riding has it’s own selection.
There have been a lot of conversations lately about the direction the horse business has gone, and what needs to be done to keep things from getting out
Do I recommend certification to student instructors? Would I tell prospective riders to look for only instructors who have certification? It all depends, because those are two questions
If you teach beginners you know the importance of developing a safe riding program. Safety is the number one requirement for beginners, but how can you tell if
THE PROBLEM: Lesson cancellations can become a big problem for instructors if they are not handled well. Lesson cancellations leave holes in your income and also in the