Originally Posted by goldilockz
Your best bet would be to google riding lessons in your area. The price will depend on where you live and the availability of instructors. Most instructors will require you do a few "basics" lessons before committing to teaching you jumping.
Don't be offended if/when they tell you they want you to start from the ground up. Someone who has never had a lesson before in their life usually does have to start fairly close to the beginning to get positioning and what not correct.
Good luck!! I can't wait to take lessons again when we get back from vacation.
This is exactly it , the lesson price will vary for where you live ! I pay $45 for an hour flat lesson but it would still be the same price if I was jumping anyhow . It will also depend if your having someone come to your place for the lesson so you can ride your horse or you plan to go ride lesson horses. If someone is coming to your place they will charge you gas fee aswell.