The Farm at One Under Lane
Lugoff, South Carolina
Never stop learning.
Our year-round Riding School program emphasizes horsemanship, equitation, and safety, developing confident riders of every level from beginner to advanced.
We consider our program a delicate balance between a school and a sport. Our leveled curriculum is unique to our program and is proven to produce successful riders both in and out of the show ring. Students receive a comprehensive equestrian education, from horsemanship to riding and everything in between. We view our riders and horses as athletes, and cultivate an atmosphere of teamwork and camaraderie between all ages and levels of riders. We work with students as individuals to reach their goals and help them turn their dreams into reality!
Equestrian sports are shown to develop confidence, independence, responsibility, empathy, courage, and sportsmanship in riders of all ages.
It’s so much more than just heels down.
Lessons are offered six days per week in private and small group formats. Beginner riders start out in private lessons, learning the basics in preparation for joining a small group of riders of similar skill level. Riders with previous riding experience will start with an evaluation lesson to determine in which group they will best fit. Group lessons are shown to enhance learning by allowing students to watch and listen to others, develop their skills working around other horses, build friendships, and continue learning while their horse takes a breath.
All Riding School students are taught proper horse care skills as a major component of our curriculum. We are passionate about developing not just skilled riders, but skilled horsemen! Students learn how to and are responsible for catching, grooming, tacking, and untacking horses, as well as cleaning tack, at every lesson. Independence, horsemanship, and safety are paramount in our program.
Our School Horses
13.1hh Quarter Pony Cross mare
Minnie is a wonderful teacher for beginners to crossrails. Riders love her for her comfortable way of going.
15.0hh Appaloosa gelding
Leo has the biggest personality in the barn, which matches his loud leopard coat perfectly! He’s suitable for beginner to intermediate riders.
16.2hh Quarter Horse gelding
Peyton is a favorite of all riders, big and small! He is safe enough to teach beginners, but talented and educated enough to jump around courses!
Our monthly lesson packages offer the most value and riders the best opportunity for growth! Just like with any other activity, the more you ride, the better you will be. In addition to more saddle time, monthly packages guarantee your rider the same day and time slot in our schedule every week.
Both of our monthly packages include Saddle Club for junior riders, our monthly horsemanship large group lesson day. Topics for Saddle Club range from nutrition to anatomy, wrapping to bits, all with fun hands-on activities.
Twice-Weekly: $350 per month, up to 9 lessons
Once-Weekly: $200 per month, up to 5 lessons
Individual lessons are offered based on availability in the lesson schedule and do not guarantee a recurring time slot.
A-la-carte Lessons: $55 each
More than just riding lessons.
The Riding School offers so much more than just riding lessons. Check out some of our other awesome opportunities!
Hands-on horsemanship group lessons for all students!
Boo! At The Barn costume party & trunk or treat
Christmas party and Secret Santa
Annual Farm Party
movie nights and more!
Cross Country Lessons
It’s not all about ringwork. Intermediate and advanced riders have a blast with lessons over our cross country course.
Challenges & Contests
No Stirrup November, Two-Point-ember, spring grooming contests, and more improve riding and horsemanship through friendly competition...with prizes!