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.
Choose from Three Options
- $29 for a basic trail ride for one (a $60 value)
- $49 for a basic trail ride for two (a $100 value)
- $89 for a basic trail ride for four (a $200 value)<p>
Before hitting the trail, riders receive a basic horsemanship lesson inside a small, fenced-in area. There, they will also meet their steed and be fitted for riding gear to ensure safety throughout the ride.
Happy on Hooves
Situated on a humble Hampstead farm, Happy on Hooves manufactures smiles while reintroducing guests to nature atop the gracious strides of its equine tenants. The horses, named Sadie, Marco, and Kat, among others, are the driving forces behind a variety of adventures, including trail rides and all-inclusive picnics set among the farm's stunning scenery. The good vibes that accompany every visit to the farm begin with the facility's newly built barn, outfitted with white pillars, brick walls, and open stalls, from which the ponies poke their heads and debate the American-ness of putting ketchup on barley. When they're not in their stalls or on trail rides, Happy on Hooves' horses are leading lessons that teach basic riding techniques.
95% of 296 customers recommend
“the horses loves apples!”
“I purchased the Groupon for my girl scout troop to take a trail ride The only challenge is that they only had 6 horses and I have girls in my troop It worked out...”
“I purchased the Groupon for my girl scout troop to take a trail ride The only challenge is that they only had 6 horses and I have girls in my troop It worked out though and the girls had a great time They provided the girls who did not have experience with some of the "basics" before the trail ride so that they would be more comfortable It was a positive outing!”
“The horse are extremely well trained and the ride not very long at all. It's a great intro for people who've never been on a horse before!”