Frequently Pondered Questions

FAQ

  • Chevron down Do I need any previous riding experience?
  • Nope. We have a horse for almost anyone, from gentle and half asleep to spunky and energetic. Just let us know how often you have ridden and we’ll match you up accordingly.

  • Chevron down What should I wear?
  • Tennis shoes or hiking boots, and of course, jeans. Shorts tend to leave you with a little rubbed spot on your legs after an hour of riding. If you show up in flip flops we will secretly laugh at you.

  • Chevron down What's your cancellation policy?
    • 100% refund if you cancel 24 hours in advance.
    • “Day of” cancellations are subject to a 50% charge if we cannot find another group to fill your spot.
    • “No-shows” will be charged 100%.
    • If the weather is rainy and you need to cancel “day of,” you will receive a 100% refund. Please keep your reservation and see how the weather pans out. I’ll send a weather cancellation text if we end up closing. Please use a cell phone as your contact number.
  • Chevron down Can I go on a trail without a guide?
  • No. Ride with us for a few years and we’ll talk.

  • Chevron down How many people can ride at once?
  • We have around 25 rideable horses. We can currently accommodate 20 customers at a time, with at least 2 guides going along. This number is subject to change.

  • Chevron down Is there a weight limit?
  • Yes. Our weight limit is 230 lbs. THIS IS FOR YOUR SAFETY AS WELL AS THAT OF THE HORSE.

  • Chevron down Do I need a reservation?
  • It helps if we know you are coming to ride with us. We can get fairly busy in the spring and fall, so a reservation is always best.

  • Chevron down What is the difference between the walk/trot pace and a running ride?
  • Good question! We would suggest that if you have never ridden a horse, or haven’t ridden in a few years, to stick with the easy goin’ walk/trot speed. Basically 1st and 2nd gear. The cantering ride (running) is a slightly different trail. Throughout the hour, you will have the chance to canter several times. It isn’t running through the woods the entire time, as some folks tend to wonder. The average canter is between 10-17 mph depending on the horse.

  • Chevron down Do you offer any kind of discounts?
  • We will be giving FAMILIES (this means 5+ people living in your house, not in-laws and cousins) of 5 or more a 10% discount. This is something you will have to ask for at the barn. Note: Groups of friends do not receive this discount, only families!

  • Chevron down Can I bring cell phones and cameras?
  • Sure, but please put cell phones on vibrate and secure those cameras. Anything in your back pocket will weasel its way out, so leave your wallets in the car once you pay. We are now renting cell phone saddlebags for $2.

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