What You'll Get
Humans would never have started riding horses if it weren't for donkeys' willful stubbornness and unicorns' sad nonexistence. Jump into an amenable saddle with today's Groupon to Linden Hill Stables in Kearney. Choose between the following options:
• For $150, you get a 2-hour horse-riding birthday party for 11–25 kids (a $300 value).
• For $125, you get a 2-hour horse-riding birthday party for 1–10 kids (a $250 value).
Amid 20 verdantly wooded acres, the three barns and two showing arenas of Linden Hill Stables perch in the shade of a century-old house, granting an ideal setting for memorable birthday celebrations. Youngsters can frolic about the grounds, ride horses, feast on the supplied birthday cake and drinks, and enjoy amiable discourse with their new equine pals while admiring each others' shoes. The helpful staff also provides party setup, cleanup, plates, and decorations for the bash, and even surprises the birthday brood with a special performance by pro-nay horses warbling "Happy Birthday".
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 8, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Subject to availability. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Linden Hill Stables
Amid 20 acres of pastures and trails, the three barns and century-old home of Linden Hill Stables perch in the shade of mature trees, granting an idyllic setting for horse-riding lessons, birthday parties, and children's day camps. Property owner Lisa Hillmer tends to the horses each day, calling upon a lifetime of experience in training and showing American saddlebred horses. Through individually tailored riding lessons, Lisa helps students achieve personal goals, such as riding comfortably for enjoyment or participating in competitions. Her helpful staff also assists in boarding horses and monitoring kids at day camp. Students are required to wear long pants and closed-toe shoes while atop one of Linden Hills' well-trained steeds, their own horse, or a 1,000-pound housecat.