I love horse riding but it's too expensive?

I have learned how to ride horses in the past, but now we can't afford lessons or horses or anything and I really want to ride. What should I do?
Asked Nov 01, 2014
Maybe work at the barn in exchange for lessons?
Answered Nov 02, 2014
Chores, jobs or like HorseLover1234 has said.
Answered Nov 02, 2014
Edited Nov 02, 2014
I know how expensive riding can be. One option is that you can ask your trainer to start group lessons. Group lessons are riding lesson with a few other people ( the amount depends on your skill level or what your instructor deems best). At my stable group lesson go for half the price and are an hour verses half an hour. As other people have already mentioned you can work for free lessons, or money off lessons. I personally work at my stable once a week and help out when needed doing things such as helping people tack their horses, cleaning stalls, turning out horses, etc. This would be a great thing to talk to your instructor about. You can also do other things non-horse related to make money: House or pet sit, chores around the house ( if your parents are willing to pay), mow people's lawns, etc. be as creative as you can because there are plenty of ways to make money if you think about it from the right angle. But all in all, don't give up. ESPECIALLY if you love riding! Good luck!
Answered Aug 15, 2016

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