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Leap of Faith Equestrian Price Sheet



Monthly lesson Tuition packages: 



  • 1 hour assessment/trial lesson: $100

  • 1 hour requested private lesson - $110


  • Tiny Tot Lesson (Children 6 and under) (up to 1hr): $110


  • Lesson on your own horse or lease horse (non-tuition price): $75

  • Requested tack up/untacking/grooming: $25 per request if tacking up is requested for prior to a lesson

  • Clean up fee: There will be a $25 fee for any horse that is put away not properly groomed, and any tack or supplies left out, and for grooming areas that are left uncleaned

*1 hour lessons include tacking and horse prep before lesson, and untacking and horse care after each lesson. Once the instructor deems each rider capable of caring for their horse without supervision, riders are expected to be tacked up and ready at the start of their lesson time unless otherwise stated.

*Group lessons are available for intermediate rides and above, pending horse availability. Beginners may ride in groups with instructor approval only. 

*All assessment lessons are privates only. 


Training packages: 

  • Full training:  $850

    • Includes: 5 training days (owner lessons or training rides (interchangeable) , turnout, lunging, grooming, etc. 


*Additional rides and lessons can be added onto training packages at a discounted rate of $75 per addition. Lessons and training rides can also be interchanged pending schedule and needs. 




LOF Fees:

  • Hauling: Depending on distance, with a $200 minimum charge (per horse)

    • Prices can vary if outside haulers are used

    • Hauling to be split if sharing a horse. 

  • Travel Expenses: Trainer hotel and $30 per diem trainer food will be split equally among the total number of clients going to the show.

  • Coaching/Day Fee: $85 per day per client. 

  • Gas: Depending on distance, to be split equally among the total number of clients going to the show. 

  • Full Grooming: TBD depending on groom rates 

    • (Grooming is required for all rated shows, and will be included for schooling shows if needed)

  • Set up and Tear down: $50 per show per horse.

  • Show lease: $50 a day on non-leased LOF horse. 

  • Medication: Any medications provided to horses during the duration of the show will be added to the invoice for reimbursement. 

  • Deposit: $300

    • Clients are required to pay a $300 non-refundable deposit of horse show fees 3 weeks prior to a show to hold their spot. The deposit will automatically be charged to the credit card on file. After the horse show, the expenses will be finalized and any remaining amounts due will be charged to Student’s credit card on file.

  • All LOF charges will be invoiced by the end of the show. Invoices are to be paid by the end of the show, or will be charged to the card on file. 


To be paid to the show: 

  • Show fees: (I.e. class fees, office fees, etc) to be paid directly to show. Prices vary depending on show, classes ridden in, venue, and management. Clients are responsible for closing out with the show at the conclusion of the show.


Other services: 


  • Trailering: Starting at $200 + - depending on distance


  • Training ride (pay per ride): $75


  • Groundwork/ground lesson (pay per): $35


  • Lunging: $25


  • Turnout: $5


  • Horse sales: 10% (final sale price) 


  • Finders fee/ assisting with purchase or lease: 10% (final purchase/lease price) 




Payments can be made with Check, Venmo, Zelle, or Credit Card. NO CASH.  

  • Checks to be made out to: Natalie McMahon

  • Payment to be made at the time of the lesson.


Monthly invoices can be set up on an individual basis. 


Rules & Policies: 


1.All riders must wear closed toed shoes or boots with a heel. 

2.Long pants required

3.ASTM/SEI Helmets required at all times. NO bicycle helmets. 

4. 24 hour cancellation policy. All no shows, or lessons cancelled after 24 hours must be paid in full. Extenuating circumstances and emergencies will be considered on a case by case basis. 

5. All training and lesson packages must be paid at the beginning of the month for the upcoming month. 

6. All cancellations or lessons that need to be rescheduled must be made up in the same month in order to be honored.

7. Horsemanship lessons may be substituted for a riding lesson at any time. Horsemanship lessons are key for all students to become truly well rounded horsemen & women. 


Equipment & Apparel: 


LOF has limited rider equipment available. Riders are encouraged to purchase and provide their own gear if possible. We are happy to help discuss all available options, and help riders purchase gear!


Here are some helpful links to purchase equipment:


Local tack stores: 


  • Western Saddlery (Pleasanton) 

  • Dover Saddlery (Moraga)


All prices as of January 1 2024.

*all prices are subject to change

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