Lessons, School Horses, and Polo

Beverly Equestrian's all weather training facilities allow riders to train year round. The safely-enclosed indoor arena features state-of-the-art dust-free footing, mirrors, lights and heaters. For more experienced riders, there are two outdoor sand and fiber arenas with show quality show jumps and irrigation.  Beverly also offers an irrigated grass derby field with cross country jumps including water, ditch and bank complexes. At this time, ships ins are only allowed to take lessons with resident trainers.

Private Polo Lessons

Ready to try polo?  We offer private instruction with professional polo players on trained polo ponies in our indoor arena.  No riding or previous experience is needed to get started in this exciting sport.  Once you are ready, try practice chukkers on our Bermuda grass polo field with professional instruction and courteous players.  Summer 2018 pricing: $175 per 45-minute lesson or prepurchase a block of four lessons for $150 each. Watch this short video to learn more about polo lessons at Beverly.

Private Riding Lessons

Private 45-minute lessons on safe and trained school horses are $175.  Local and Wakefield riders can take advantage of the discounted price of $150 for one lesson or $375 for a package of three lessons.  Horses are groomed and tacked for you.  When signing up for lessons, let us know if your rider is 5'10" or taller or 165 lb or greater so that we can select the appropriate school horse.  Short-term leasing is also available for riders who are ready to compete.  For more information on our training program at Beverly, watch this short video.

Wakefield Equestrian Sports Program

Beverly is proud to be the home of the Wakefield Equestrian Sports Team, a team comprised of middle and upper school students who compete in the Interscholastic Equestrian Association.  Started in the 2013-14 academic year, WESP has become a robust and competitive program, advancing to regional finals in only its second year of existance.  For more information on the program, visit Wakefield School's webpage, Facebook, or email Beverly.  Also, enjoy this short video featuring our Wakefield coaches by clicking here.


Riders are required to wear the following:

•    Long pants (jeans or riding pants preferable, no shorts)
•    Hard-soled shoes or boots with a minimum one-inch heel. No sneakers or flat-soled, open-toed shoes allowed. (For safety reasons, riders without required footwear will not be permitted to ride, or handle horses during the program.)
•    An ASTM/SEI-certified riding helmet (helmets may be purchased at local saddlery, such as Tri-County Feeds, Dover Saddler, or Saddlery Liquidators). Bike helmets are not permitted, as they do not provide the protection required when horseback riding.

Payment by cash or check only and in advance.