see the prettiest part of the hill country from the back of one of our
ranch geldings. We offer recreational riding for novice to advanced
riders. You do need advance reservations, so be sure to call a
couple of days ahead.
Advance Reservations Are Required
1 - Hour Ride: $50 per person
1 1/2 - Hour Ride: $65 per person
4 Riders Maximum
We take cash, checks Visa or MasterCard.
The weather dictates our riding schedule.
Riders must be at least 8 years old.
Weight Limit: 240 lbs.
Liability waiver required of all riders.
See other policies below.If it is raining or there is a threat of lightening,
we don't ride.
Your ride will last about 1 1/4 hours
from the time we leave the barn and includes a safety
briefing and warm up.
Then we head out on the ranch where we ride through open fields
and woodlands, pass by the stock pond where we often see ducks and
geese, and take in the views of the surrounding area from the windmill
at the top of the hill. The terrain is relatively flat.
We maintain a string of ranch geldings on which can accommodate
beginning to advanced riders. We match each rider to a horse depending
on the rider's age, size and riding experience. Our horses are working
ranch horses and are not "nose to tail" trail mounts.
No unaccompanied riding is permitted.
All riders must demonstrate the ability to
stop, turn and move forward at will before being taken out to
the open areas of the Post Oak.
We cannot take riders with physical
or mental disabilities out on the
Unruly, unsafe or disrespectful behavior will result in the immediate
termination of a ride.
email@example.com for reservations.
Horseback riding, no matter what the
discipline or experience of the rider, is an inherently dangerous activity. For all
of our lessons, clinics and rides, safety is our number one priority. All riders must sign
a liability waiver and observe our safety rules. Speed events such as cutting require
riders to wear helmets.
All riding on the ranch is accompanied. All riders must agree to accept
full personal responsibility for any injury that may result from participating in
equestrian activities at the Farm.
- UNDER TEXAS LAW
(CHAPTER 87, CIVIL PRACTICE AND REMEDIES
AN EQUINE PROFESSIONAL IS NOT LIABLE
FOR AN INJURY TO OR THE DEATH OF A PARTICIPANT
IN EQUINE ACTIVITIES RESULTING FROM
THE INHERENT RISKS OF EQUINE ACTIVITIES.