Horses are our teachers
Horses don’t care how much you know, but they know how much you care. We use a technique called Natural Horsemanship, which is based on the principles developed by Tom Dorrance, Ray Hunt, Mark Rashid, Josh Nichol and Pat Parelli. The practice centers on the relationship between the horse and rider, forming partnership and trust on the trails. The principles of natural horsemanship are based on the psychology and body language of the horse, and work to create a safe, fun, and respectful horseback riding experience.
No bits in our horses mouths
We are very proud to ride our horses in bosals
and rope halters instead of painful bits. Our horses are used to these aids, which are soft and gentle and create a responsive and happy ride.
A personalized horse for each guest
When you come to stay with us, we will assign you a horse for the duration of your stay. Before we go on our first trail ride, we’ll introduce you to your horse in the ranch arena. We will explain how to communicate with your horse, as well as the basics to have a safe and enjoyable trail ride.
Trail riding for beginners and more experienced riders
We offer two, half-day trail rides per day, as well as full day horseback riding. We also offer Natural Horsemanship Courses and rides of various gaits, walk, trot or canter. This depends on weather and terrain conditions! We assess every guest’s ability in the Ranch arena or on the trails to make sure you have good horsemanship and can handle a horse in walk, trot and canter. Both rider and horse’s safety is our highest priority at the ranch.