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What You'll Get
Horses and humans have worked together for centuries, transporting goods, fording rivers, and sharing the blame for the fall of Troy. Bond with the noblest of creatures with today's Groupon to RR Saddle Club in Mt. Angel. Choose between the following options:
- For $99, you get a romantic, 90-minute trail ride for two (a $210 value).
- For $149, you get a two-hour family trail ride for three (a $315 value).
RR Saddle Club is a nonprofit organization raising funds to support horse rescue and promoting equine education to the public through lessons, camps, and scenic trail rides with the guidance of 10 resident horses. Sweethearts and bantering bank-robbing partners mount calm, gentle steeds for a private trot down the Thomas Creek Trail through the lush Oregon terrain, where saddlers might spy elk, deer, or the elusive duck-billed raccoon. Riders may opt to bring a picnic and stop for a picturesque meal among the mountains.
Private family rides can include buckaroos ages 7 and older, and conclude in a sunset marshmallow roast. Each ride begins with a brief horseback-riding lesson and a mare meet-and-greet. Riders are welcome to arrive 30 minutes early to ensure maximum trail time, and are free to help saddle, groom, and serenade their new best filly friends.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 2, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Valid only for option purchased. 24hr cancellation notice or $25 fee may apply. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About RR Saddle Club
RR Saddle Club helps connect humans without the means to own horses with equine friends and also hopes to rescue horses that are stuck in unsavory situations. Nestled in the heart of the Santiam River Valley, the club's barn houses gentle steeds who carry riders on guided trail rides through the club’s 200-acre property, past wildflower-strewn meadows, into the foothills of mountains, and through thickets of fir and maple. Visitors can also schedule pony parties for youngsters or sign up for lessons to learn the basics of riding and how to signal horses to trot, canter, and fly.