Preparing For Your Ride:
It is always our goal for rides to out on time. Please arrive 30 min early. This allows time to sign waivers and fit you properly to your horse and give you a riding intro.
To ensure that your ride goes smoothly and to minimize delays, please be aware of the following:
- Please check the location before you book.
- No Dogs or pets allowed on the Sleigh Rides unless booked as a private and approved by management.
Even thought we try our best sometimes rides don’t leave out on time. Because we are dealing with livestock, wildlife and nature we are met daily with unpredictable situations. Remember your safety is always our top priority. If we see wildlife on the trail (which we do) we will always take care to respect the wildlife and let the horses stop and see them and the wildlife see us. There are many days we see a lot of wonderful critters on the trail. Please try to allow an extra hour to your plans just in case we have some delays.
Rider Weight Limits:
Our weight maximum per rider is 300lbs. We require advanced notification if the rider is over 250lbs. We have a limited number of larger horses. If a rider shows up and has not listed their weight accurately, they may be turned away with no refund. We do reserve the right to ask riders to get weighed prior to the ride. We will have a scale in the office.
What. You Need To Know:
We always have experienced wranglers guiding our horseback rides. They are are there to see to our riders and horses safety. All Riders must be able to control their own horse. This means keeping their heads up and out of the grass and on the trail and following wranglers instructions. Minimum age to go out on the trail is 8 year old an a height requirement is 48inches tall. This is for your child’s safety.
It is important to us that all of our guest have a great time and safe experience on the trail. In order to do that please let us know ahead of time if anyone in your party has any physical limitations or handicaps. All riders must be able to mount and dismount their horse on their own. You must be able to stay seated and centered in the saddle without any aids. We do reserve the right to not allow a guest to ride if we deem it is not safe.