What You'll Get
Contrary to conventional wisdom, one can in fact look a gift horse in the mouth, now that the mouth no longer houses the retina-scorching nuclear reactor that powers the horse. Get an eyeful of equine incisors with this Groupon.
$25 for a 30-Minute Guided Horseback Ride ($50 Value)
Staff members equip riders aged 2 and older with a helmet, then select a horse based on comfort level and a rider’s previous experience. Knowledgeable jockeys may act as hands-on guides for newbie equestrians walking the scenic outdoor paths or supervise more experienced riders at the facility’s outdoor obstacle course. In the event of bad weather, rides will take place in the 130′x270′ indoor arena. East Coast Equestrian Training Center asks that all riders wear closed-toe shoes⎯such as tennis shoes, hiking boots, or scuba fins⎯for the experience. More than one Groupon may be purchased for riding groups of up to six people or to extend the experience to a 60-minute ride.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 5, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 6 per person. Limit 6 per visit. 24hr cancellation notice or fee up to Groupon price may apply. 220lb weight max. Subject to weather conditions. Can only accommodate 6 people at a time. May combine up to 2 Groupons for back-to-back 30 minute rides. Must wear non-heeled, closed-toe shoes. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About East Coast Equestrian Training Center
Aided by more than 40 years of competitive-riding and training experience, Sharon Golesh built East Coast Equestrian Training Center, a full-service training, boarding, and breeding facility. Hidden under an expansive, baby-blue roof are 54 stalls that stay packed all year long with equine boarders and in-house horses ready to run through guided rides and lessons. Students learn the equestrian arts within [facilities] (http://gr.pn/n2lU5n) that include an exterior riding ring and dressage ring complete with mirrors and a pack of paparazzi sheep hounds. East Coast Equestrian Training Center also oversees the birth of future first-place finishers through its extensive breeding operation, which includes a 2,200-square-foot boarders’ lounge and 19 pastures ready to set the scene for equine matchmaking.