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What You'll Get
For centuries, horseshoes have been associated with good fortune, which is why homeowners hang them over doorways and brides lob them at groups of their single friends. Get hitched with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $79 for a 60-minute guided horseback trail ride for two (a $130 value)
- $149 for a private sunset horseback trail ride for two (a $260 value)
- $279 for a private sunset horseback trail ride for four (a $520 value)
Guides lead groups along a 2-mile trail through Will Rogers State Historic Park. While horses navigate the mountain path, riders enjoy panoramic views of the Los Angeles Basin and Pacific Ocean. Each private trail ride includes a 30-minute break atop Inspiration Point, where participants can take in the sights and eat any snacks they bring along. Riders must wear long pants, closed-toe shoes, and provided helmets.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. 210 lb max weight. Subject to weather. Subject to availability. Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required. $12 parking fee not included. Valid Monday-Friday. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Westside Riding School
As owner and wrangler-in-chief at Westside Riding School, Dorte Lindegaard guides horseback expeditions and riding lessons across 180 acres of panorama-filled paths in Will Rogers State Historic Park. Trail rides depart from Jimmy's Barn and plod up mountain trails in pursuit of Inspiration Point, where riders experience spectacular views of the Los Angeles basin, the Pacific Ocean, and Catalina Island. Upon finishing the 2-mile trek and nailing their dismount, riders can visit the Will Rogers ranch house, where the celebrated humorist, actor, and horse whisperer lived with his family and talked shop with Kentucky Derby winners over gourmet oats and champagne troughs.