Up and Out Vaulters

​Contact

For more information about Up and Out Vaulters and to sign up for classes contact:

Abi Rigg

231-830-7396

ab.rigg@hotmail.com

Is Vaulting Safe? YES!

Vaulting is one of the safest sports with horses. An instructor controls the horse throughout each lesson, while another instructor assists and spots the vaulter. Horses are fitted with non-slip pads and surcingles with large handles. Vaulting is done in a controlled environment where "safety first" is the motto for each vaulter.


​For more about Safety and Vaulting see: https://www.americanvaulting.org/safety/

What is Vaulting?

The art of dance and gymnastics on a moving horse! 


In addition to being a fun sport, vaulting promotes and builds: Balance, Responsibility, Team work, Safety, Confidence and Strength

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Who Can Vault?

Vaulting is fun for individuals of many different ages and abilities. Previous horsemanship is not required to try vaulting. 

Vaulting Attire

Unlike other equestrian sports where boots and helmets are necessary, vaulting requires leggings/spandex, a form fitting shirt and either tennis shoes or vaulting shoes.

Classes and Prices

  • Up and Out Vaulters is starting up classes in April 2018. 
  • Classes at the Up and Out Youth Ranch:
    • Tuesday 4:30-6:30
    • Friday 4:30-6:30
  • Saturday Vaulting in Muskegon Heights 

Up and Out is supported by donations. All kids are welcome to join. Please consider giving a donation to help our club. 

AVA

Up and Out Vaulters is a club in the American Vaulting Association. To learn more about vaulting, visit their website: 

https://www.americanvaulting.org/

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Classes Start April 17

See Contact info below to sign up!

The Equestrian Vaulting Club at the Up and Out Youth Ranch​

What to Expect in Class

  • ​grooming and tacking the horse
  • warm-ups and stretching
  • acro and conditioning
  • practice on a stationary barrel
  • dance and gymnastics
  • team building
  • ​and vaulting on a horse!