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Rancho Palomino, Santa Barbara

1168 North San Marcos Road, Santa Barbara

One 90-Minute Semi-Private Horseback-Riding Lesson for 1 or 2 at Rancho Palomino, Santa Barbara (Up to 19% Off)

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Suitable for both beginners and more advanced equestrians, semi-private lessons are a great chance to hone horsemanship skills  

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1 ratings1 reviews
October 15, 2020
Had a wonderful experiences! Thank you to Sadie for being patient and expert at getting a middle aged lady on a horse for the first time ever.
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14 ratings4 reviews
September 17, 2020
IT WAS AMAZING!!! I highly recommend this experience. Our instructor walked us through the techniques and by the end of the two hours - We ALL where hitting the targets. My 10 year old daughter had the best time!! We want to go again!
4 ratings4 reviews
August 10, 2016
We will definitely be back for another camp and archery lesson. The kids loved the place, the animals, staff, everything!
10 ratings3 reviews
May 12, 2016
George was super great with our kids. Taught them what they needed to know and kept on encouraging them until the last minute of our lesson.
29 ratings16 reviews
February 14, 2018
Be prepare to have a good time. Bring something to drink and eat and enjoy being out in nature.

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  • What’s included: all equipment
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Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Reservation required. Customers can purchase multiple lessons. All equipment included. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Rancho Palomino, Santa Barbara

If it weren't for the fact that Santa Barbara is just a short drive away and that the horses all have pronounced California accents, you could be forgiven for mistaking Rancho Palomino for a farm in the rolling hills of Tuscany. Here, the agriculture is sustainable, the stables are busy, and the dining options aren't just farm-to-table, they're farm-to-table-at-that-same-farm. The little, old-fashioned ranch makes the best possible use of its stunning surroundings by hosting a variety of activities designed to bring people together and enrich their lives. After-school programs, for example, introduce youngsters to horseback riding, woodworking, and archery, while before-school programs offer real-world opportunities to be woken by a rooster.