Looking for a little more excitement than the average trail ride? Our running horseback riding tour gives you the opportunity to let the horses run to a full canter on several parts of the trail!
About Your Brown County Horseback Riding Adventure
This is our walk and trot trail, and is the best option for most of our customers. It is essentially first and second gear on the back of a horse. Beginner and intermediate riders should stick to this walk and trot trail until they are fully comfortable.
Kids giggle and laugh while the parents do their best to forget the stresses of life and enjoy the peace of the woods. Nonparents will still enjoy the scenery and the great body workout that horseback riding brings.
This ride accommodates children 6 year or older. We match you up with one of our wonderful herd members when you arrive after assessing your abilities and needs. We have horses for everyone, and they love making new friends.
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- Maximum weight limit: 215 LBS NO EXCEPTIONS! if there is any question of being over 215LBS riders will be weighed discreetly and if over will be refused the ride. This is part of our insurance as well as for the safety of horse and rider. No refunds will be made in the case of being refused a ride due to exceeding the weight limit.
- Folks over are 200+ lbs should stick to this trail, instead of the running trail. Being on a running horse and trying to keep your center of gravity can be challenging at the 200+ range. The trotting ride isn’t as fast and you don’t bounce as high. Please take our word for it and follow these suggestions.
- Please arrive 20 minutes early.
- Equestrian-certified helmets will be provided free of charge. We advise all riders to wear helmets. Bike helmets are not allowed. Riders under the age of 12 years old MUST wear a helmet.
- We have a limited number of child horses (ages 6-11). If there is no availability, only riders ages 12 and older are allowed on the ride.