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What You'll Get
Before man learned to ride horses, Western films ended with cowboys jogging into the sunset. Saddle up with this Groupon.
Choose From Four Options
- $32 for a 90-minute Western-style trail ride for one through a national forest (a $65 value)
- $62 for a 90-minute trail ride for two (a $130 value)
- $119 for a 90-minute trail ride for four (a $260 value)
- $179 for a Lorill Summer Horse Camp for a child aged 5–16 (a $365 value). Through July 19, sessions run from 7 a.m. to noon every day except Wednesdays, which include a bunkhouse sleepover. Sessions end with a family barbecue and riding demonstration on Thursdays.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 20, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Subject to availability. Kids 5-10 need to be accompanied by an adult for trail ride option. Camp option valid only for ages 5-16. Services must be used by the same person/people. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Arizona Cowboy College
Founded in 1989 by fourth-generation cowboy Lloyd Bridwell, Arizona Cowboy College abounds with all the atmosphere one would expect from a real Western ranch, with one very modern distinction: it was the setting for CMT's reality show Cowboy U. The program highlighted the often-rocky journey of city dwellers and a fame-hungry pony who came there to win attempting to adjust to life on the range, all led by senior instructor Rocco Wachman and his teaching staff.
After years of handling horses and new riders of all ages, Wachman and company were well-prepared to wrangle reality-show contestants, and once the cameras stopped rolling, they went right back to the tough but rewarding business of ranch-running. At Arizona Cowboy College, that includes private and group lessons as well as trail rides through picturesque natural forests, with programs aimed at nurturing ranch hands, serious riders, and more casual horse-lovers alike.