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· Reviewed September 2, 2017
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What You'll Get
Horseback riding replaced horsefront riding during the War of 1812, when American soldiers realized they couldn't be taken seriously while being carried in adult-size baby slings. Giddyup like a grownup with this Groupon.
$25 for a One-Hour Trail Ride or a 30-Minute Riding Lesson and a 30-Minute Trail Ride ($50 Value)
Horse Rides of Pensacola's owner Cheryl Glass and her cadre of instructors teach aspiring equestrians the ins and outs of horsemanship while they socialize with friends and revel in the great outdoors. An equine ambassador guides each timberland jaunt, navigating groups along one-hour, fresh-air-fueled journeys. Those without experience can opt for a combination 30-minute lesson and 30-minute ride, allowing rookie riders to learn basic skills, such as how to properly mount the horse, how to ask it for the day's stock prices, and how to get it to gently gallop.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 9, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. 2-3wk advance reservation required. Valid Mon.-Sat. 240lb weight max. Must sign waiver. Not valid on holidays. Subject to weather. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Horse Rides of Pensacola
Experienced instructor, trainer, and cowgirl Cheryl Glass brings her vast knowledge of all things equine to Horse Rides of Pensacola. Originally a trail-ride outfit, Horse Rides of Pensacola has grown over the past decade to include camps, lessons taught by trained instructors, and charitable events. During camps, kids learn riding techniques and also participate in fishing, wild blueberry picking, access to water slide, and arts and crafts activities. Introductory classes teach pupils equestrian techniques, grooming riders with the fundamentals of equine safety, anatomy, and proper form before they move on to more intense classes such as Equine 101 or Advanced Equine 101. Camps available for children of age three or older.