St. John the Evangelist Catholic School in Warrenton recently introduced its first series of Pony Club lessons. The class is limited to five students for six weeks; students learn the skills and pleasures of riding. This group meets weekly at High Meadow Manor Farm in Rappahannock County. Proper body language, horse anatomy and riding skills are taught in an indoor arena and on the trails on the property. This session has six instructors for the five participants. “Our students are thrilled,” said Julie Copeland, preschool director and school sponsor of the SJES Pony Club. For more information, contact 540-347-5341.

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