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What You'll Get
Horses were once so much a part of human civilization that the number-one answer given by first-graders to the question, “what do you want to be when you grow up?” was “a centaur.” Hearken back to the time of horse-man hybrids with today's deal: for $99, you get five private (a $40 value each) or group (a $25 value each) riding lessons at GrayStone Stables and Equestrian Center in Snohomish. For safety purposes, riders must weigh 250 pounds or less.
With five private or group riding lessons, GrayStone can turn the most land-based of legs into horse-clutching saddle accessories. Lessons are available for beginners to advanced riders of all ages, making the lesson a perfect place to learn how to ride or stay in good form. Each 50-minute lesson consists of activities and riding tailored to individual riders' skills, whether they need to learn how to tack up and mount their furry, adorable mode of conveyance or want a lot of saddle time and advanced pointers on how to properly appreciate a horse's extremely soft nose. GrayStone's western or English saddle-style lessons give you the option of going horned or staying smooth all over the 70'x180' indoor riding arena and 110'x220' outdoor field as you gaze over an incredible view of the valley and the back of a horse's head. Call to set up lesson times and experience the traditions of equestrianism at GrayStone, reaching the potential of which your first-century alter ego once dreamt.
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The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 1, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. New clients only. Rider weight limit of 250lbs. Reservation required. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About GrayStone Stables & Equestrian Center
At GrayStone Stables & Equestrian Center, the horses play, stomp, and whinny happily in their ample surroundings—the natural result of proper nutrition and a compassionate environment nurtured by passionate equestrians. The welcoming spirit pervades every aspect of the center: from the 70'x180' indoor riding arena to the 110'x220' outdoor field, as well as its pony club meetings to the lessons in Western and English riding. All lesson-takers are encouraged to focus on communication with their horse—a skill that manifests itself in dressage competitions, reining, and successful trips to the drive-thru.