My Granddaughter, Amelia, has really enjoyed her lessons with her friend, Sam.
I'm so glad I can repurchase more lessons, here, on Groupon!
I am certain that the horseback lessons she receives will be part of her Memories forever ❣️
They took my payment and refused to let us ride. They are extremely unprofessional and probably racist. My daughter is 6 and she left crying. The owner is completely unorganized and changes rules for customers depending on if she likes them or not. I demanded a refund and she refused. They took my money and we never got to ride. If you look at the other reviews online, you will see that they are not a good company
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About This Deal
All the coolest people from history have ridden horses: knights, cowboys, the top portions of centaurs. Relive history with this voucher.
The beginning of the lesson includes brushing and tacking up
The last part of the lesson includes untacking and brushing
One voucher required per rider
Choose Between Two Options
$42.80 for two 60-minute horseback riding lessons (a $100 value)
$65.20 for four 60-minute horseback riding lessons (a $150 value)
Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires.Must be 3 or older. 24-hour cancellation notice required. Reservation required. Must sign waiver. One voucher required per rider. 5+ minutes of tardiness will result in forfeiting the lesson and scheduling a new one on a future date. Limit 3 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Subject to availability. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Amethyst Performance Horses
An avid rider since the age of 11 and instructor since 16, Lynne Hartman is dedicated to passing on her lifetime of experience working with horse to fledgling jockeys at Amethyst Performance Horses. Lynne tailors her lessons to all levels of riders, from those with an eye toward competition—several of her past students have won awards at the local, state, and national levels—to those who just want to ride for fun, to those who believe they can have more fun on a horse than on the neighborhood cats. The lesson program emphasizes equitation and working with the horse as a team, as well as learning how to groom, saddle, and bridle the horse when out of the saddle. Students have their choice of a wide range of riding styles, including Western, English, dressage, reining, and gaming.