If you’re interested in horseback riding lessons, we can’t blame you! We love our horse companions and are so happy that we get to spend our time teaching others about them.

At Pink Flamingo Stables, we’re ready to teach you how to ride in the style of your choice, whether you’re interested in competition riding or just want to become a better rider. We’ll also teach you all about the care of horses, including feeding and grooming. In short, we want you to know everything you can about interacting with our hoofed friends.

This blog series is an excellent addition to any information you might receive during your horse lessons. Read on to find out more!

  1. Getting Ready for Your First Horse Riding Lessons

    We understand that doing anything for the first time can be scary. Here at Pink Flamingo Stables, we want to do everything we can to make sure that your first lesson at our Lake Worth horse stable is a fun and stress-free experience for you and your horse. Our local horse riding lessons will not onl…Read More

  2. 4 Reasons To Go Horseback Riding and Trail Riding In Winter

    While we’re spoiling one of our points below by saying so, the weather here in the Lake Worth area is so nice that horseback riding and trail riding is almost always a possibility. No matter what time of year someone types in “horseback riding near me,” they’re going to have an excellent exp…Read More

  3. Horseback Riding Lessons and How To Train Your Dragon

    How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World, is coming to theaters March 1, 2019. Considering the first two films made over a billion dollars in the US alone, it’s obvious that the trainers at our horse riding school are not the only ones looking forward to a third installment of the franchise. If …Read More

  4. How Horseback Riding Lessons Positively Affects Your Brain

    In our previous article, we discussed the many positive ways that horseback riding can affect the brain, whether you’re just here for a single day of horseback trail riding or if you’re a regular attender of our horse riding school. First we talked about how horseback riding releases feel-good e…Read More

  5. How Horseback Riding Helps People With Disabilities

      Most people who take horseback riding lessons are doing so because they simply love horses. Some have a serious plan to become a professional, while others are more interested in simply enjoying it as a hobby. Of course, there are some who just want to stop by for an afternoon to enjoy some t…Read More

  6. Myths We Can Talk About During Your Horse Riding Lessons

      In our previous blog we discussed many of the myths that surround the people who take horseback riding lessons or spend a lot of their time trail riding; myths that tend to dog equestrians. Some people seem to think that the horses aren’t treated well, when in truth most horse owners tend to sp…Read More

  7. Myths About Equestrians And Horse Lessons

      If you have a hobby that you love, you’ve probably run into a lot of misconceptions about it and would love to set the record straight. For instance, people might mock professional wrestling, but fans might point out the incredible acrobatics that put it on par with Cirque Du Soleil. Other peop…Read More

  8. How Horse’s Jobs Have Changed Over The Decades

    Before the invention of the automobile, horses were one of the most common work animals around. While farmers might use oxen to plow a field, a horse could be used for both farm work and as transportation. If you didn’t want to walk the five miles into town, a horse could save you time and a whole…Read More