What is Vaulting?
Equestrian vaulting, or simply Vaulting, is most often described as gymnastics and dance on horseback, which can be practiced both competitively or non-competitively. Vaulting has a history as an equestrian act at circuses, but its origins stretch back at least two-thousand years. It is open to both men and women, and is one of ten equestrian disciplines recognized by the International Federation for Equestrian Sports.
Therapeutic or interactive vaulting is also used as an activity for children and adults who may have balance, attention, gross motor skill, or social deficits. In competitive vaulting, vaulters compete as individuals, pairs and teams. Beginning vaulters compete at the walk or trot while experienced vaulters compete at the canter. The vaulting horse moves in a circle and is directed by a lunger who stands in the center. In competitive vaulting, the rider and horse will both be judged on a scale from 1 to 10. Vaulting competitions consist of compulsory exercises and choreographed freestyle exercises done to music.
Wednesdays 4:30-6:00 pm & Sundays 4:30-6:00 pm.
$160 per month for 1 practice per week
$320 per month for 2 practices per week
Drop in fees are $50 per class and private lessons are $60 per class.
Dues payable on the first of each month, sign up now as space is limited!
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Our team attends a minimum of two competitions per year.