Q:What Kind of clothes do I need to wear?

A:Please wear long pants, closed toe shoes, a hat, and in the winter a jacket/ sweater. 

Q: What else should I bring?

A: Summer: Bring sunscreen, hat, sunglasses and water! Winter: jacket, gloves warm clothes and water!

Q: Are children welcome to ride?

A: Yes, children 8 years and older may ride. 18 years and younger must wear a helmet provided by us. If you have a child younger than 8 yrs old, please let us know so we can try to make accommodations for them to ride as we also have ponies.

Q: How is the Weather?

A: Winter months:(Dec, Jan, Feb.)It can be cold in the mornings and evenings. Please wear layered clothing and a hat.

Spring and Fall months: (Mar, April, May, Sept, Oct, Nov.)- Beautiful but can be cool in the mornings and the evenings and the days can be warm.

Summer months: (June, July, August)- Warm but comfortable. Sun screen and a hat are a must! Please no shorts or open toe shoes. We are open year round!

Q: Weight Limits:

A: We try to accommodate people of all sizes but there are limits. Larger individuals(250lbs.+) please advise us so we can try to have a horse for you for your tour. Also smaller people ( kids) please let us know so we can saddle up a great kids horse .

Q: How Much Should I TIP my guide?

A: Remember, it is very hard work setting up the horses and tearing down for a ride. A good rule of thumb is to tip $5 per  person that rode per hour of your ride for standard service, but feel free to tip more if the guide is very good.

PLEASE give us a call at the time of making your reservations and we
will make every possible effort to make sure we have a horse to suit your needs. 

REMEMBER: If you enjoy your ride please KISS your horse and TIP your guide.

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