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Choose Between Two Options
- $39 for a one-hour horseback trail ride for two (a $90 value)
- $49 for a one-hour horseback trail ride for two with drinks (a $103 value)
- $69 for a one-hour horseback trail ride for four (a $180 value)
- $89 for a one-hour horseback trail ride for four with drinks (a $206 value)
Equestrian guides pilot groups of 14 or fewer riders through the verdant foliage of a Pearl River trail. Those partaking in post-bridle drinks will do so at Daiquiris Gone Wild located about a half a mile away from the trail. Here, groups socialize while the juke box plays tunes in a laid-back bar room and lounge.
Wolfshohl Horse Training
The round sun teeters on the barn's gable roof, threatening to roll right down. In a quick burst of wind, leaves begin clapping, as if in response to the equestrians trotting regally past. A smaller group of 10 riders wait patiently as guides corral a posse of good-natured horses, who toss their manes and lift their hooves with the joy of motion on a woodland trail ride past Wolfshohl Horse Training's gardens. Downwind, an individual lesson has a skilled trainer versing a 5-year-old about tack, grooming, and the techniques involved in English and Western riding styles. After patrons dismount at trail's end, they can question guides about holding a special event, boarding a pony, or the uncertain ramifications of using a lucky horseshoe to break a mirror.