Horseback Riding Lessons

Horseback Riding Lessons

from beginner through world championship levels in saddle seat, hunter seat, western and driving

Oklahoma City Horseback Riding Lessons

Jett LessonHorses provide all of us with an opportunity to be passionate about a sport that is both athletic and emotionally engaging. An equine partnership teaches responsibility, empathy, patience, and trust. Riding improves focus, balance, and core strength while emphasizing teamwork and sportsmanship.

Tiny Tots LessonWhether you are a first-time rider or an accomplished equestrian polishing up for your next world championship, Cottonwood Creek Ranch has the expertise to guide you toward your goals. Our professional instructors approach teaching with kindness and positive reinforcement for both horse and rider. We realize that all students progress at different levels and adjust our lesson plans accordingly. Because horsemanship is much more than just riding, our students also learn to groom and tack their own horses and how to put them away after lessons. It makes for a better understanding of the horses and what it means to be a responsible caretaker of these noble animals. We view every riding lesson as an educational opportunity.

We have beautiful indoor and outdoor arenas for year-round riding and a string of safe, suitable lesson horses for all levels of ability. While many riders get their start around the age of five or six, we have coached students in the range of three years old to just shy of the century mark. We believe in pursuing dreams at any age.

Riding LessonOur full range of lesson and horsemanship opportunities includes—

Tiny Tot Lessons
Private Lessons
Advanced Private Lessons
Group Lessons
Horse Camps
Boot Camps




We are currently accepting students of all ages. Whether you’d just like to experience the world from the back of a horse, or you’re interested in dipping your toe into competition through our Academy program, we’re here to help!

We have students that travel from Oklahoma City, Guthrie, Edmond, Stillwater, Piedmont, Arcadia, Cashion, The Village, Moore, Norman, Tulsa, Jenks and Nichols Hills. We even have out of state riders and drivers at our highest levels.

Whether you’re a first time rider or an accomplished equestrian polishing up for your next World Champion, Cottonwood Creek Ranch has the expertise to guide you toward your goals.

TIMES: Lesson times are available during the week and on Saturday in the afternoon.
CANCELLATION POLICY: Please cancel your riding lesson at least 24 hours in advance for credit toward a new lesson date (no refunds). Exceptions in emergency cases or inclement weather.


All students must wear sturdy boots or sneakers and long pants. NO RIDER WILL BE ALLOWED TO RIDE IN SHORTS, CAPRIS, OR SANDALS. We do provide helmets if you do not personally own one that is approved for equine sports.

Have questions or need general information?

Contact us at by sending a message or call or text us at 405-888-7379.

Suggested Equipment


All riders under the age of 18 are required to wear a helmet when riding. While we provide helmets, many riders prefer to purchase their own.


When you first start taking lessons, any pair of long pants or jeans are recommended. Riders taking regular lessons should have riding pants to wear for every lesson.


Gloves are recommended for all riders. They help small riders hold the reins and prevent sore hands.


It is important that you wear closed-toed shoes during your lessons. Riders taking regular lessons should have riding boots with a heel and wear them for every lesson.