Real Riders Club Certificate


This full-color printable certificate helps your beginner riders deal with their first fall from the horse.

Learning how to how to handle the occasional “unscheduled dismount” – and how to fall correctly to minimize the impact – are important mounted skills.

Reward your students for their perseverance by including them in your “Real Riders Club”!

Pro Tip: We also post the Real Riders Club membership list in our barn and office to emphasize that it’s a normal part of the learning process … and a rite of passage. ;o)


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Tips for Printing and Using this PDF File

This PDF file is formatted for full color landscape desktop printing on 8.5 x 11” copy paper or card stock.

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

Pro Tip: Good idea to have a supply of these pre-printed and ready to fill out at the end of the student’s lesson.

What will students learn?

Learning Levels Topics covered in this resource:

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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