George School Equestrian Program

George School offers a three-season, co-educational equestrian program that combines athleticism and horsemanship for current students. Our experienced staff teaches the hunt seat discipline, which focuses on equitation and places emphasis on horse-care fundamentals, team participation, and sportsmanship. Instruction is available for the novice or beginning rider through the advanced jumper who enjoys competing in horse shows. George School is a member of the Interscholastic Equestrian Association.

Equestrian Center in Brief:

  • Two riding rings with all-weather surfaces.
  • Heated tack room and locker rooms for boys and girls.
  • Twenty excellent school horses with the option to board your own horse.

For experienced riders, our varsity team:

  • Is offered fall, winter, and spring, four days a week.
  • Competes in off-site horse shows.
  • Does flatwork, jumping, and weekly no-stirrup days.

For less experienced riders, the developmental team:

  • Is offered fall, winter, and spring, three days a week.
  • Gets instruction to improve riding skills.
  • Learns about horsemanship, including horse care.

For more information, contact:
Tiffany Taylor
Director of Equestrian Center

Learn more about George School’s community equestrian program and our equestrian summer day camp.