Before man learned to ride horses, Western films ended with cowboys jogging into the sunset. Saddle up with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $35 for a 60-minute horseback-riding lesson for one (a $75 value)
- $65 for a 60-minute horseback-riding lesson for two (a $150 value)
- $199 for one week of spring break or summer riding camp (a $450 value)
- $599 for three weeks of summer riding camp (a $1,350 value)
Summer camps are held from June through August on Monday–Friday. Spring break camps take place on March 25–29 and April 1–5. Campers may choose from one of two daily sessions, 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., or 12:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m., riding the stable's horses for two hours each day and spending the rest of their time engaging in other horse-related diversions, such as horse shows and games. They also learn the basics of stable management, including grooming and daily equine care.
Stable Mates Equestrian Center
Stable Mates Equestrian Center facilitates proper technique in the saddle through year-round riding lessons, summer camps, and polo instruction. The outfit specializes in teaching students the gait of walk-trot during riding lessons and oversees riders’ advancement all the way up to the grand-prix level. The onsite professional instructor teaches both horseback-riding and polo lessons, helping novices to develop basic riding skills, practice mallet work, and understand the rules that govern the sport of kings, which can only be changed by the decree of another king. Summer camps held from June through August enlighten participants in the areas of riding and stable management, in addition to hosting equine entertainment such as shows and games.
89% of 61 customers recommend
“We had been to this stable before but there are new owners now and they are very good. Would definitely recommend this place.”
“It was a great experience for Jada my 6 yr old. She loved it.Yes, I will take her back to ride Skittle's again..Thank you”
“Staff were friendly and accommodating. Horses are in great condition and lovely to ride.”