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Five Horses, LLC - Northwest Harris

Two, Four, or Six 60-Minute Horseback-Riding Lessons at Five Horses, LLC (Up to 62% Off)

The Fine Print

  • Expires May 8th, 2013.
  • Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Appointment required. Must be 8 or older. All classes must be used by same person.
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Questions and Answers 5 questions

Q:

If I select 4 lessons do all 4 lessons have to be completed in a certain period and what times and days are the appointments ?

Ahmed E.  asked on  Sep 5, 2012

A:

You just need to activate your Groupon or start with your first lesson by May 8th. The only day that we are closed is Sundays. So from 7am to 9pm Monday through Saturday are possible appointment times. Schedule as early as possible for Saturday appointments!

shannon b.  from  Merchant  replied on  Sep 5, 2012

Q:

•$40 for two 60-minute horseback-riding lessons (a $100 value) For the two-lessons deal above, can two people come at the same time and have one lesson each?

Bev.  asked on  Sep 5, 2012

A:

These are private lessons, as first time students require one on one attention. There is currently only one instructor for beginners, so they would have to be one after another at this time. Group lessons are available after achieving a specific level of competency.

shannon b.  from  Merchant  replied on  Sep 5, 2012

Q:

Can the riding lessons be done back-to-back? Waller is a bit out of my way, so I'd like to avoid two trips, if possible. Also, how old do you have to be to take lessons?

Bev.  asked on  Sep 5, 2012

A:

Sure you can ride two hours back to back and will probably have faster progress this way if you can handle the mental, emotional, and physical aspects of the lesson.

shannon b.  from  Merchant  replied on  Sep 5, 2012

Q:

Are Saturdays available for the lessons?

Karen H.  asked on  Sep 5, 2012

A:

There are some Saturday appointments still available at this time.

shannon b.  from  Merchant  replied on  Sep 5, 2012

Q:

Is this only for special needs? Also, are you teaching a Western or an English riding style?

erin  asked on  Sep 5, 2012

A:

This is NOT for special needs as I DO NOT do therapeutic riding. I teach natural horsemanship lessons, which can be done in either a western, english, or even a bareback pad. Whichever you prefer!

shannon b.  from  Merchant  replied on  Sep 5, 2012

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