We're sorry, but this activity is over. The last meeting was Tuesday, November 29, 2016.
Equestrian vaulting combines elements of gymnastics and dance performed to music on a moving horse. The horse moves in a circle on a longe line and is controlled by a longeur. Vaulters begin on stationary barrels and progress to performing on the horse at the walk and trot; experienced vaulters perform at the canter. The club emphasizes horsemanship, safety, team-building, communication skills, fitness, and relationship between vaulter and horse. Woodside Vaulters, founded in 1990, is one of the largest and most successful vaulting clubs in the United States.
TINY TOT VAULTING
In the 45-minute Tiny Tot classes, children learn to be comfortable on and around horses. Filled with confidence building games, these classes focus on basic balance exercises. Vaulters also learn basic horsemanship and safety. No prior horse experience necessary.
What to wear? You should wear the following to class: Ballet, water, tennis, vaulting shoes or other soft shoes T-shirt with shorts, leggings, or sweat pants and bring layers if it?s cold outside (clothes should not be too loose). Long hair should be pulled away from the face with longer hair in a ponytail or bun.
Activity Secondary Category
Preschool (Age 0-6)
The Horse Park at Woodside, 3674 Sand Hill Road, Woodside
Woodside Vaulters ,
Red Morton Community Center