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 ﷯ Fieldtrips and Group Visits - Free Educational Ranch Tour Pet and visit with the horses Max participants = 40 Add ons Pony rides - $10 per person per ride* Feed the horses - $1 per person All lessons are by appointment only. CALL FOR AN APPOINTMENT **Refund Policy: All payments are non-refundable. Services can be rescheduled and/or transferred. *This price is for groups of 4 or more. See "Riding Lessons" for the price for 1-3 riders. ﷯  ﷯ ﷯ Fieldtrips and Group Visits We love to share our knowledge with others. If you are looking for an educational experience... look no further. Come out and spend a couple hours with us. We will gladly take you on an informative tour of our active working boarding ranch. It is a good idea to plan on spending about 2 hours once you get here. As a group you are welcome to stay longer and indulge in any of the "Add On" services - please let us know ahead of time so that we can staff and supply accordingly. Rules of the Ranch We have a few rules that must be followed. These are for the safety of both our 2 footed and 4 footed friends. While on site you will be reminded of the rules. Please note that we have a few Junior Ranch Hands that volunteer at the ranch and are part of our crew. One of their many jobs is to ensure that everyone is conducting themselves in a safe manner. And although they may be young they should be respected for their knowledge and training. 1. NO RUNNING or HIGH ENERGY activities on the ranch grounds (the ranch grounds are anywhere after you pass through the gates). High energy activities should be saved for the front drive or the arena (if it is empty of horses). The stalls to the horses are like your bedroom is to you. This is the place they rest and eat. 2. STAY OFF THE RAILS Horses are prey animals. One of their defenses is their size so if you get bigger or taller then them it makes them nervous. 3. NO YELLING OR SCREAMING For the same reason as rule #1. Also because if we hear yelling and screaming the crew will think someone has been hurt. So, even though you are outside you need to use your inside voice. 4. STAY OUT OF THE STALLS Our crew may be going in and out of the stalls as part of their job. You should NOT enter a stall that has a horse in it. The horses know the crew and trust them. Horses learn "stranger danger" from the time they are born. Remember the stalls are their bedrooms. Most of them love to be petted and given treats from the outside of their stalls. 5. PROPER ATTIRE IS REQUIRED Closed toed shoes are a must. No open toed shoes allowed once you pass the gate. Long pants and long sleeved shirts are best especially for those that are going to be riding a "pony". We have a few ranch helmets available for pony rides. Wearing a helmet when getting on any of our horses is mandatory. If you happen to have an equine helmet for your little rider feel free to bring it. If you have any questions on attire, please feel free to contact Hangin' Saddle Ranch and we will be more than happy to help. What Should You Bring? Water... Water... and more Water! Snacks are always a good idea. We are a ways away from a grocery store. We do suggest, however, a stop in at Raceway Bar and Grill on your way home for a good lunch and kid friendly environment. They are located on Papago Road in the one and only building strip. A hat and cool cloths are also great accessories for our sunny disposition.
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