Dead Broke Farm

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Customer Reviews

408 Ratings

This is a great place with awesome staff and a great mission!! Get there 30mins early and bring cut apples or veggies to feed the horses before your ride!
Ronda C. · July 13, 2014
Wonderful experience! My kids and I had the best time
Amy I. · April 16, 2013
Everyone is great and goes out of there way to make it a fun experience
CYNTHIA P. · April 4, 2013

What You'll Get

Horses require human guidance to keep from brushing against barbed wire, eating poisonous rocks, and galloping triumphantly into the ocean. Take the reins with this Groupon.

$275 for a One-Week Horseback-Riding Camp ($500 Value)

Children aged 5 or older assemble on the farm, where they spend a week enjoying Western horseback-riding lessons, guided trail rides, and wagon rides. When they aren't moseying along on horseback, they can play with animals ranging from dogs, cats, and rabbits to chickens and peacocks. A deluxe jungle gym and merry-go-round afford opportunities for levity between lessons on cleaning and oiling tack and farm chores. Dead Broke Farm suggests campers bring lunch, a snack, plenty of bottled water, and apples and carrots for the horses.

This summer's weeklong camp sessions run from Monday, June 10, to Friday, September 27. Drop-off for campers takes place between 7:30 a.m. and 9 a.m., and pickup occurs from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires Sep 27, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Reservation required. First-time campers only. Must sign waiver. Not valid for previously registered campers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Dead Broke Farm

Dead Broke Farm's name derives not only from the cost of owning horses, but also from the terminology for teaching a horse to wear a saddle—known in the industry as “breaking a horse to ride.” Trainers stable “dead broke,” or thoroughly saddle-trained, horses, alongside more spirited animals on the 110-acre farm. They also house steeds saved through their horse-rescue program, with more than 70 of their mounts avoiding fates in slaughterhouses and other undesirable ends since 2004.

Horses show off their trotting chops during farm trail rides, carrying riders on explorations of the rolling hills and whispering creeks scattered across more than 10 miles of bridle trails cut through woods populated by deer, cranes, and other wildlife. Private rides allow for more personalized routes and can incorporate stops at scenic ponds for proposals or more challenging terrain for advanced riders. Instructors also schedule horseback-riding lessons, teaching balance through rides over undulating terrain rather than through exercises such as riding a horse that is riding a seesaw.

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