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Clothing & Equipment

  • Shoes/boots with closed toes and closed heels are required. Shoes/boots with little or no tread and a heel are required. (We have extras on hand, so let us know if you don't have this type of shoe/boot.)

  • Long pants are required for riding.

  • Nothing is permitted to be hanging down around the neck or tied around the waist while riding.

  • The weather is ever changing and layered clothing is always a good idea.

  • We recommend that you bring your own water bottle, hat and sunscreen.

  • All riders are required to wear a safety helmet, provided by Two Hearts.

Information for Parents and Guardians

We require that a child's parent, guardian or approved caretaker be on the property at all times during their child's session. Adults and siblings or friends who do not have a session have some options. We hope for this time to be relaxing and enjoyable for all who come. Here are some ideas for that time, as well as some general safety rules:


  • Read or relax in one of the areas provided. Please ask a leader if further information is needed.

  • Seek out one of the private places at the Homestead for quiet reflection and prayer.

  • Get plugged in as a Volunteer. 

  • Play or be involved with your kids who are not in sessions. Please keep these children with you at all times. You are welcome to use our craft, toy and game boxes during your stay.

  • Watch your children ride during their session. We do ask that you watch from a distance and help us to maintain a one-on-one relationship with your child.

  • Taking pictures is permitted and encouraged. Again, we ask parents to use discernment regarding giving space to their child and leader during the session.

  • The horses love to welcome visitors. We invite you to meet them over the fence. However, please do not enter the paddocks or feed any treats without a Two Hearts leader present.  





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