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Deposit to secure an Intensive: My personal riding retreat

Add to cart 200.00
Your deposit is your "earnest money" towards an intensive at NSAE. Intensives run from five days to two weeks with two or more lessons daily, and unless you're only doing work in hand, they always begin with seatwork.
Schedule a lesson on the first day that you hope to begin your intensive here and we'll get back to you via email to make sure that the dates will work. Scheduling the balance of your intensive will be completed through the office.
This is a remarkable experience! We'll love having you here.

On Line Studies: Four Private Lessons

Add to cart 360.00
One on one lessons are sometimes the best way to go. Continue your work with Craig between clinics, or zero in on a particular issue with Mary Anne. We can get you there... one lesson at a time, in the privacy of your own home.

On Line Studies: Four group lessons

Add to cart 280.00
Four lessons on line with a group of students. Take your lessons with one or both of the National School of Academic Equitation's instructors, Craig Stevens or Mary Anne Campbell.

4 lesson package at NSAE with Mary Anne Campbell

Add to cart 250.00
Four private riding lessons given once a week with Mary Anne Campbell. Any age, any level welcome. School horses provided.

Four Private Riding lessons with Craig Stevens at NSAE

Add to cart 300.00
Four private lessons with Craig Stevens at NSAE. These lessons last approximately 45 minutes each. Please arrive early enough to prepare your horse and be ready to begin at your start time.

Eight lesson package (2 per week) at NSAE with Mary Anne Campbell

Add to cart 450.00
Two lessons a week makes the work go faster! An eight lesson package with Mary Anne Campbell is a great way to keep your work on track. School horses provided, come half an hour early to be sure and be ready to start on time.

Eight private lessons with Craig Stevens at NSAE (2 per week)

Add to cart 500.00
Eight lessons, four weeks, with classical master Craig Stevens: Our school horses or yours...
Where will this take you?