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 7 Factors To Look For In An Instructor For Riding Lessons 
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7 Factors To Look For In An Instructor For Riding Lessons
by: Ruth Landry




Learning is universal. We all want to accumulate as much knowledge and skills possible throughout our lives. Others want to learn how to drive, paint, dive, and many more. But if you want to learn how to ride a horse and you are interested in taking riding lessons then you need a good instructor to teach and guide you in the whole process. It is important that you remember some pointers when choosing a good instructor.

1. For you to have a much better choice making a list of a few schools or professional individuals who offer or teach riding lessons in crucial. You could try to ask family and friends for some referrals and ask for their opinions about it. Otherwise, you could check the yellow pages or search the internet for potential schools.

2. Since it is best that you see everything yourself and be able to provide an objective judgment about the school and its instructor it would be best that you visit a few riding schools and observe the instructor who provides the lessons.

3. Experience is the best teacher. This is a truth that we all could probably agree upon. An experienced riding instructor could provide you with much better ways for you to learn how to ride in no time. There years of experience could give you an idea about how extensive their knowledge about horses and teaching, this must be greatly considered.

4. Good communication skills are very important. He must be able to establish rapport with his/her students and be able to deliver instructions clearly and accurately.

5. Punctuality should be considered. A professional instructor has some sense of time, for time is money. He/she should be on time and finish on time for you to get the most out of the money that you pay.

6. Courtesy. Does your instructor communicate to his students with respect? A good instructor and a professional one does not embarrass his/her students and provides answers to their query in a polite and subtle manner.

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7. The commitment of a good instructor is seen on his concern for his/her student’s progress. It is important that the teacher provides the students with ample time to make sure that they can voice out their concerns and be able to achieve the goals intended in taking the riding lessons.
The author invites you to visit:
http://www.ridingschoolandliveryyard.co.uk




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