Sterling Hill Riding Academy - Price List - Murrieta, CA
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Horseback Riding Lessons
Private lessons:  $45 (30 min riding time)
Group Lessons:  $40 (30 min riding time)
Lesson Package:  $200  (5 -30 min Lessons)
Camps:  $60 - $65 per person per day (see Camp page for more details)  

Rates for Training, Boarding and Shows

Board with Training
The horses are typically worked 4-5 days per week. Workouts are varied throughout the week depending on the individual horse’s needs and abilities. The horses maybe driven, ridden, long lined, or bit up and lunged. 4 lessons per month are included for horse and rider teams. Additional lessons can be purchased at regular lesson prices.
Board with Maintenance/Part-time Training
The horses are exercised 2-3 days per week.  Workouts are varied throughout the week depending on the individual horse’s needs and abilities. Additional lessons can be purchased at regular lesson prices.
Stall Board
Your horse is fed two times a day, and stalls are cleaned twice a day. Vaccinations, coggins, hoof care and deworming are also provided and billed accordingly.

Outside Board
Stalls are cleaned twice a day. Your horse is fed twice a day .
2016 Rehab care
  • Hand walking
  • Wrapping
  • Doctoring
  • Medication as directed
  • etc.  

Additional Costs
Any medical treatments or additional supplements will be billed to the owner directly.  

Blanket Wash
$10 blanket Fee for blankets and sheets to be washed.    

Late Payments
Payment is due on or before the first of each proceeding month.
For example you'd pay for all of January’s board on or before January 1st. Late payments will be subject to a late fee of $25 after the 5th of the month unless prior arrangements are made. 

Lease options
Leasing horses
Horses are available to lease on a first come first serve basis with approval. No separate or additional lease fees are added! However, show horses must be kept in full training for the entire duration of the lease. Shoeing, routine vet care, insurance and normal expenses that would be associated with keeping/showing the horse are also required. When available, leasing is a great way to get your feet wet or to add an additional horse to your show string without the initial investment or commitment of buying one.

Class Fees
$25 per class fee for classes that you enter at each show. It takes a lot of time and many products to get a horse from his stall to our standard of show ring excellence. This per class fee helps off-set the supply expense (show sheen, hoof black, sand paper, clipper blades, brushes, rags, baby gel, oil, shampoo etc.) and the cost of having such great grooms and helpers to apply it, as well as the time it takes to saddle, unsaddle, coach and show a horse. 

2016 Show Day Care fees 
Each horse will be charged $100* per day they are at a show, or in route to or from a show, plus one preperation day. "Day fees " help to offset the cost of extra hours for employees, extra contract labor, extra supplies, lumber, stall curtains, and care of the horse while at the show, etc. The day before we leave for a show are spent preparing your horse; clipping, tail washing, sanding feet, tack cleaning, etc. and packing for the show.
*Certain horse show costs will vary depending on the number of horses attending that show.
You will need to supply Mary with a copies of your: AMHA Card, USEF Card, and Horse's Registration papers listed in your name.  
Billed at cost. 

For hay, grain and shavings purchased at the show. The total cost is divided per horse.  

Tack/Extra Stalls
Stalls for getting your horse ready, changing room for riders, tack room, etc. Usually one extra stall is purchased per horse. If more or less stalls are needed they are divided per horse. Billed at cost. 

Hotel/Travel Expenses
Cost for staff to go to the show. This is divided per horse. Billed at cost. 

Horse show grooms work very hard and very long hours to care for your horse. Please tip them at the show if you feel they are doing a good job.

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