Interactive Vaulting

Interactive Vaulting is an activity in which the students perform movements on and around the horse. These movements can be very simple such as sitting without holding onto the surcingle or a more elaborate compulsory move such as kneeling or standing on the horse. It all depends on the individual needs of the vaulter.

Interactive Vaulting fosters teamwork, teaches respect for the horse, fosters independence, builds confidence, encourages social interaction, offers individualized instruction while mounted, and it introduces all gaits in a short period of time.

Interactive Vaulting classes are now being taught at Hearts and Horses through the Therapeutic Riding, Changing Leads and Blue Mountain Riding Academy programs!   Contact LIz DeKock for more information; liz@heartsandhorses.org or 970-663-4200 x303