No-Stirrup Month Certificate


Use our full-color printable certificate rewards riders of all levels for surviving No-Stirrup November!

This popular annual event encourages riders to build strength and improve their seat by riding without stirrups for an entire month, traditionally in the month of November.

Celebrate your students’ dedication with these printable certificates – and help remind them why riding without stirrups is a good idea the rest of the year, too.


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Tips for Printing and Using this PDF File

Make sure your printer software is set for “landscape” page orientation – and not set to “shrink to fit”!

If you’re using colored or textured certificate paper, do a test print first to make sure it’s all legible.

Pro Tip: If you have a lot of students participating – or if this is an established annual event for your program – might be easier and more economical to have a bunch of blank certificates printed at a local copy center.

What will students learn?

Learning Levels Topics covered in this resource:

flatwork skills, jumping skills, mounted safety

Students will learn these horsey skills and concepts:

You can see ALL of the Horsemanship objectives using the button below to download our free Learning Levels Curriculum.

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